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SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 

DE-PARTMENT 



MAR 2 « 1971 



SAN FRANCISCO 



REFERENCE BOOK 

Not to be taken from the Library 



Digitized by tine Internet Arciiive 

in 2009 witii funding from 

San Francisco Public Library 



http://www.archive.org/details/langleyssanfranc1885sanf 



ATTORNEY AT LAW, 

606 Montjomefy SU S, F. (M. 



ADVERTISING DEPABTMENT. 



3 



choirs Patent Ornamental Crown Chimney Caps. 

^ SURE CUftE FOR SMOKY CHIMNEYS. 





I claim that with my CHIMNEY CAP it 
is not necessary to go to the expense of ™ning 
a pipe to the top of your next door neighbor s 
house, whose roof happens to be higher than 
yours, to get a draught; as my Cap will remedy 
-^^.Mffiip.- all defects; that it will create and increase a 

draught in any chimney that is free from obstructions within sufficient 
to canv off all smoke, and keep itself clean, no maUer in which posi- 
tLTuRleoi place it is set. Furthermore, that it will surpass anything 
heretofore invented for that purpose. . I can also recommend it as a per- 
fect Ventilator. For further information and particulars, mquii e ot 

M SCHOLL, Inventor, 900 Vallejo St., San Francisco. 



SIMPSON & MILLAR. 

(SUCCESSORS TO C. V. GILLESPIE) 

SEARCHERS 




— OF — 



1=1. E O O Z=^ 13 S 

— AND — 

CONVEYANCERS. 



1 «,wi AH«tracts Famished to Lands in any 
Titles Examined and ADSiracis k ^ 

County in the State. 



SAIf FMAW€I8€0 



FRED'K M. HUSTEH:). 

ATTORNEY AT LAW, 
606 Montgoneiy St« S, F. C«4. 



ADVERTISmO DEPABtMENT. 



M^^^^ 



jcholl's Patent Ornamental Crown Chimney Caps. 

/ SURE CUftE FOR SMOKY CHIMNEYS. 





I claim that with my CHIMNEY CAP it 
is not necessary to go to the expense of running 
a pipe to the top of your next door neighbor s 
house, whose roof happens to be higher than 
yours, to get a draught; as my Cap will remedy 
-^u^'ijilillllllllllfl^- all defects; that it will create and increase a 

draught in any chimney that is free from obstructions within sufficient 
t carry o^aV smoke, and keep itself clean no matter in which posi- 
tion angle or place it is set. Furthermore, that it will surpass anything 
heretofore invented for that purpose. . I can also recommend i as a Per- 
fect Ventilator. For further information and particulars, inquire of 

M. SCHOLL, Inventor, 900 Vallejo St., San Francisco. 



SIMPSON & MILLAR, 

(SUCCESSOES TO C. V. GILLESPIE) 

SEARCHERS 




—OF— 



I=LEOOI^I3S 



—AND— 



CONVEY ANCEES. 



. ^ ^ AhstfAots Furnished to l.ands in any 

Titles Examined and Abstracts ««»"» 

Connty in the State. 



522 C^liforrxi^ Street, 

SAN FMAWCISCO. 



SAN- FEANCISCO DIKECTORY. 



iiTEiMiyii i LEITEi 



IMPORTERS OF 



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Wagoi Lmbr I Carriage Finigs 

Clark's Adjustable Carriage Umbrellas, Brewster & Whitney 
Side Bar Spring, Gears and Parts. 

PETERS' PAT. ADJUSTABLE LEATHER DASHES 

Leather and Rubber Carriage Tops. 




Manufacturers of 



Sarven and Wood Hub Wheels 

BODIES, GEARINGS, Etc. 



16, 18, 20 and 22 Beale st, - San Francisco. 

709, 711, 713 and 715 J ST., SACRAMENTO. 

NEW YORK OFFICE, 159 FRONT STREET 

WHEEL AND BODY FACTORY— SACRAMENTO. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



JOSHUA HENDY 




mil Willi 



Nos. 39 to 51 FREMONT ST. 





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San Francisco, Cal. 



Manufacturers of NEW and Dealers in SECOND-HAND 







Of Every Desci'iption. 

Hjtalic MiiiliE, Qirlz aaJ Saw-fflill MacMnery 

For any conditions of use, a specialty. 



SOEE MANUFACTURERS OF 

HYDRAULIC GRAVEL ELEVATORS, 

HYDRAULIC GIANTS, 

AUTOMATIC ORE FEEDERS, 

"Hendy" and "Triumph" Concentrators 



AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF 

" CUMMER ' ENGINES, from Cleveland, Ohio ; Portable Engines and 

Boilers (connected) from the Porter Manufacturing Co., Syracuse, 

N. Y. ; Clerk Gas Engines ; "Baker" Rotary Pressure 

Blowers ; " Wilbraham " Rotary Piston Pvunps ; 

Vertical and Horizontal Centrifugal Pumps ; 

P. BLAISD£LL Sc GO'S MACHINISTS TOOLS. 



8 ' SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 

o 

F. P. BACON, President. C. L. FOrTS, Secretary. 








Manufacturers and Repairers of all kinds of 

MACHINERY AND IRON CASTINGS 

AND BUILDERS OF 

Lumbermen's Locomotives, 

PORTABLE, STATIONARY AND MARINE ENGINES AND BOILERS. 
Mining, Hoisting and Hydraulic Machinery, etc. 



OFFICE AND WORKS; 



222 and 224 Fremont Street, S. F. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

THE DYER CANNON-BALL QUARTZ MILL. 

A. J. TAIT. MARTIAL HAINQUE. 






■"•tlMm 




■mebta 




9 

115 and 117 BEALE ST., 

Below Mission Street, 



Manufacture and Repair all kinds of Machinery 

Sole Manufacturers of 

THE PATENT WOOD BRANDING AND PRINTING PRESS. 

Particular Attention given to Repairing. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 9 




MINING, MILLING, PUMPING 



AND- 






Plans, Working Drawings and Specifications for all kinds of Machinery. 

GOLDEN STATE SUCTION AND PRESSURE BLOWERS. 



Nos. 237 to 257 First Street, ■ San Francisco. 

THOM.\S THOMPSON. THORNTON THOMPSON. 

THOMPSON BROTHERS, 

EUREKA FOUNDRY 

Manufactui-ei's of 

CASTINGS OF EVEKY" DESCKIPTION, 
129 and 131 Beale Street, 

Between Mission and Howard, SAN FRANCISCO. 

G AS WORK A SPECIAL.TY . 



BLACKSMITH and MACHINE SHOP 

143-145 Beale Street. 

Established 186S, J. WEICHHART, Proprietor. 



Sole Mannfactnrer of the California Patent Hay Cntter and Lawn Rale. 

Pine Cat Tobacco MacUiiie, Match Splitter:^, etc. Dies and Punches for Shoe Fac- 
tories, Printers, Tinners, etc. Butchers' Rnckinjg: Knives and Larife 
Cleavers, HopTon^-s, Moulding and Shapin^r Knives, Turning' 
Chisels, Pump and Spoon Aug'ers, and all kinds 
of Ed^ed Tools Made to Order. 

Repairing of all kinds of Machinery a specialty. Heavy Punching, Forging, Turning, Job Grinding, and 
Polishing done with dispatch. ALL WORK WAKKANTED. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



ELOEE nm m eell founeei. 

WHYTE & DE ROME, Proprietors, 
137 Beale and 292 Howard Streets, 

SA.isr ra.A.2srcisoo. 




Manufacturt- rs of the 

Tucker & Salsbury Patent Lubricator; 
Fisher's Patent Oil Cup and Lubri- 
cator; Kelborn's Patent Safety Pop 
Valve; Phosphor Bronze; Brass, 
Composition, Zinc and Babbitt Metal 
Castings; Church and Steamboat Bells 
and Gongs; Ship Work, Spikes, etc.; 
Car Brasses and general car work; 
Hydraulic Pipes, Nozzles and Hose 
Couplings. ^ 

Heavy Machinery Castings a Specialty 



CALIFORNIA BRASS AND BELL FOUNDRY, 



125 FIRST STREET, 

Opposite Minna, SAN FKANCISCO. 




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AGENTS FOB 

SEIBERT'S 

Eureka Lubricator, 

mil COMPOSITIOH, 

ZINC AND BABBIT METAX. 
CASTINGS. 



8^ BrasB Ship Work of all kinds, Spikes, 
Sheathing Nails, Rudder Braces, Hinges, 
etc. Also Church and Steamboat Bells and 

GODgB. 

Steam, Liquor, Water, Oil and Flange 
Cocks and Valves made and repaired. 

Hydraulic Pipes and Nozzles, and Hose 
Couplings and Connections. 

Oarden Valves, substitute for Hose Bibs. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



11 



p. CJIOVANNIM. 



F. ONTKRI.OH. 



UNION BRASS AND IRON WORKS 

105 FREMONT STREET, S. F. 




MANUFACTUREB8 AND SUPPLIERS OK 

BRASS GOODS, 

Brewery, Dlslillery aid Mil Sniles 

Macaroni Presses, Dies, Soda and Gras Apparatus. 

SHIP WORK, STEAM FITTINGS, PAT. WATER GATES 

Meters, Counters, Gauges. Indicators and General Brass Wort. 



MACHINE, PATTERN AND MODEL MAKING. 

Clock Work Gear Cut to Order. 



BRASS CASTINGS of all kinds furnished at the shortest notice. 
All orders from the interior promptly attended to. 
ALL WORK WARRANTED. 
N.B.— Sole Manufacturers of the Latest Improved Maxim Gas Machines. 



SOLE MANDFACTURERS AND PATENTEES 



-OF- 



onitor Valves and Gates. 



SAN FRANCISCO BRASS WORKS. 

DEALERS IN 

MITER m mm mu goods. 




OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 
♦•♦ 



I5IPORTKRS OF 

lEON PIPE AND FITTINGS, PUMPS, SINKS, ETC., 

And Plumbers' Supplies of all kinds. 



Warerooms: 413 and 415 Mission Street, 

SAX FRANCISCO. 



:E;sT^A>T=tT ■isu:ex> loeo. 





San Francisco Pioneer Screen Works 

881 and 23» FIRST ST.. Kan Francisro. 

JOHN W. QUICK, Proprietor. 

.Sheet Metals of all kinds perforated for Flour and Rice Mills, 
Grain and Malt Dryers, Furnaces, Chess, Cement aod Smut 
Mills, Separators, Revolving and Shot Screens, Stamp Batter- 
ies and all kinds of Mining and Milling Machinery. 

Inventor and Manufacturer of the Celebrated Slot 

Cut and Slot Punched Screens. 

Mining Screens a Specialty, from No. 1 to 15 (Fine.) 

ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 




12 SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY, 



GEORGE BELMOR. JOHN BROWN. 

BELMOR & BROWN, 






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nilfiffi 



SHEET IRON WORKERS. 




REPAIRING A SPECIALTY 



Jobbing don9 promptly at reasonable rates. 



ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ANY KIND OF WORK. 



208 and 310 Mission St., 

BETWEEN MAIN AND BEALE, JF^f^ Wm^W^SM^®. 








GEORGE H. MIXER, Proprietor, 

1 17-1 19 Main Street, San Francisco. 



IVXA.3a.-i;i.fa.ct;i:i.x*esi 

liARGE AND SMALL CASTINGS, 
HOUSE FRONTS, 

QUARTZ MILLS, 

BRIDGE CASTINGS, 

MACHINE WORK IN GENERAL. 

SPECIALTIES 

SMALL FINE CASTINGS. MACHINE WORK FOR BREWERS. 



DEPOT FOR 



Broken Castings and Machinery Repaired. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



15 



BYRON JACKSON 



MANUFACTURER OF 




St 3am Engines, 

Threshing Machines, 

High and Low Derricks, 

Forks and Fork Hoists. 



JACKSON'S ACME STACKER, LOADER & RAKES' 

The **.4cme " stacAs hay, grain or sfraiv^ or loads it on ■ 
toagania, at uhout one third usunt cost. It tnket the hay from the tttstth (or \ 
from the cock or tmruirotr) and puts it on t he stack wUhout mannatiahm: It 
builds high and compact stacks ^ trhich turn the rain, and the rapidity tcith 
u^tich a crop can he harvested insures its safettf. 'Die hay is of a good color I 
and not <Iry nnd hrittle. Six men and ten httrses put up 100 tons n day. 
With the ",/tmf " Rake thegrain is not shattered out as when taken up with 
o fork. Titey have heent''ied in every kind of hay amfg'-ain ; are a success 
in reapTil grain. They are t \e best for unloading header wagons trith nett, \ 
for which purpose a net attachment is used. They lift the net from the j 
header f'ed, and, after dumping, tpread it hack in u*agon. Cheapest ma- 1 
chine and cheapest to operate. Jmprofed and adapted to this Coast. Every 
improvement tested and ever-y machine guaranteed, I 

The Rakes are the best in the trorld ! They carry from ZOO to \300 pounds,' 
and dump the load automatically. Teeth are iron pointed to prevent splitting. \ 
The dnvers' loeight ha lances the toad so it can he carried easily. 'Pie Stacker 
tneighs 1700 ///»., fM/* $150/ the Rakes weigh 650 lbs., cost $50 each; Net 
attitchment to unload header hed tt*eighs 640 Ihs ,cottt $50; A'/j, ^& each. 
Satisfaction guaranteed If you are interested, u^te me fm- circulars .free. 
I own, for this Coast, the original patents covering this plan of stacking. 
Betcare of infringements. Aeldrest l 

Byron Jackson, e2s sixth st. San Francisco 



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Hay and Grain Stackers 

« ., . ^ and Rakes 

Centrifugal Pumps, 

Wind Mills, Harrows, 

Etc.- Etc. 



Catalogues Free. 



C. OSGJiii) HOOKER. 

THE CELEBRATED 
PETALUMA 

BALING PEESS 

Weight 2600 lbs. Price 
(430, delivered at the fac- 
tory. ' 

Size of bale 22x12x48 
inches. Capacity 26 tons 
per day. Weight of bale 
from 225 to 400 Ihs. I 

This remarkable machine 
ttill stands at the head of 
all vertical balincf presses, 
and probably bales three- 
quarters of all the h.iy west 
of the Rocky Mountains. 

Iddress TRUMAN, ISHAM & CO. San Francisco, Cal. 



A. H. ISHAM. 



J. J. TRUMAN. 




Truman. Isham & Co. 

421, 423, 425 and 427 
IVt^^IMtET STJREET. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



SAN LEANBRO VILLA&E CARTS, 

Pc'taliinia, E ijfle, Climax, Monarch and Junior Monarcli 
IngersoU Hay Presses. 

HAND HOP PRESSES, $75 to $100 




DIEDRICK'S PERPETUAL BALING PRESSES, 



The No. 2 McCormick Mower— The Best in the world. 



BUGGIES, CARRIAGE*!, BCCKBO.VRDS, 

AND TWO-WHEELED PHAETONS 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

MILBDRN HOLLOW IRON AXLE FARM WAGOHS 
y , Randolpli Headers, Hollmgwonii RaKes. 



SEND FOR CIRCULARS. 



16 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



FRANCIS Mclaughlin 



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120-122 Main Street. 



Bet-ween Mission and Howard, 



SAN FRANCISCO. 



The above Estaljllslimeiit is prepared to undertake contracts for tile erection of 
Staircases, and supply Posts, Rails, Balusters, etc. 




A. I. SAIteORN, 

yr|«teS| 



MECHANICS' MILL, 

Cor* Mission and Frem^ont Streets, 

e^All kinds of Plain and Fancy Turning, Circular, Band and Scroll Sawingr. "^ 

Orders for the Country for Stair Material promptly attended to. 



G. K. JESSE. 



H. M. DREW. 



JESSE & DREW, 

STAIR BUILDERS 

SOUTH POINT MILL, 

Berry Street, bet. Third and Fourth, S. F. 

« 

ALL KINDS OF WOOD TURNING 



Con&tautly on hand and Made to Order, 

STAIR RAILS, POSTS, BALUSTERS, Etc. 





HURLEY, 



134 MAIN STREET, 

(Bat. Mission and Howard) 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 



838 MARKET STREET. 

Opposite Fourth, 
SAN FKANCISCO. 



Medal Awarded over all competitors 
for ttwe BeBt Photographs at the State 
Fair, 1879. Medal awarded over all 
i-omijetitors for the Best Photo- 
;^rai)hs at the Mcchauics' Insti- 
tute Fair, 1880. 




A. ^yiiEi 




SEAL ENGRAyER 



— AND 



Die 8iaker, 




704 



Montgomery Street 



SAN FRANCISCO. 



E S T ABLISHED 



1849. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



GEORGE BELMOR. 



JOHN BROWN. 



BELMOR & BROWN, 







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j^jsriD 



SHEET IRON WORKERS. 




REPAIRING A SPECIALTY 



Jobbing done promptly at reasonable rates. 



ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ANY KIND OF WORK. 



308 and 310 Mission St., 

BETWEEN MAIN AND BEALE, Jf^^ F'm^^^S&&Q* 








r 



GEORGE H. MIXER, Proprietor, 

117-119 Main Street, San Francisco. 



'^/LeLTOLiLx.tek.KZ'tix.iCGisi ■ 



LARGE AND SMALL CASTINGS, 
HOUSE FRONTS, 

QUARTZ MILLS, 

BRIDGE CASTINGS, 

MACHINE WORK IN GENERAL. 

SPECIALTIES 

SMALL FINE CASTINGS. MACHINE WORK FOR BREWERS. 



DEPOT FOR 



Broken Castings and Machinery Repaired. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



15 



BTRON JACKSON 



MANUFACTURER OF 




Stsam Engines, 

Threshing Machines, 

High and Low Derricks, 

Forks and Fork Hoists. 



JACKSON'S ACME STACKER, LOADER & RAKES- 



The **.-4cmf '* stacks hay^ grain or siratv^ or loads it on ' 

%pngont, at uftout one thinl uxiuil cost. It tnkftthe hnyfyom the tityith (or 
/fom the ('(Vi or tvirufrow) and puts it on the stuck nnthout manual lahoi: It 
buitits kiffh and coirtpiict stacks, trhiih turn the rain, and the rapidity tcith 
Kihich a c^op can he harvested insures its sa/ety. T^it* hay is of a good color \ 
ami not 'Iry and hrittle. Six men and ten horses put up \00 tons rt dujf. 
With the "Jcme'* Rake the grain is nut thfitteretl out as when taken up tnith ' 
a fork. They have heent^ied in every kind of hay andg^ain ; are a success 
in reaped grain. They are t he best for unloading header uvgont vith nets, 
fur ir/itch purpose a net attachment is used. They hft the net from the i 
heatier hfd, and, after dumping, tpread it hack in tnagon. Cheapest ma- 
chine and chenpestto operate. Jmptored and adapted to this Coast. Every ' 
improvement tested and et^ery machine guaranteed, I 

The Rakes are the best in the world! They carry from :iOO to \30(\pounds,^ 
and dump the load automatically. Teeth a*-e iron pointed to prevent splitting, j 
The drivers '' Height balances the load so it can be carried easily. 'Dte Stacker 
iceiphs 1100 i/'S., costs %\F>0; the Fakes weigh 6oO lbs., cost $W each; Net 
att'ichment to unload header bed weighs 640 lbs , cotft $50; A'ts, $6 each. 
Satisfaction guaranteed If you are interested, u^te me for circulars, free. ' 

I own, for this Coast ^tht original patents covering this plan of stackisig. 
Bexcare of infringements. AJdresM 

Byron Jackson, 625 sixth st. San Francisco 



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Hay and Grain Stackers 

« ., , ^ and Raises 

Centrifugal Pumps, 

Wind Mills, Harrows, 

Etc., Etc. 



Catalogues Free. 



C. OSGJ<iH HOOKER. 

THE CELEBRATED 
,Vg5Jn PETALUMA 
? E| BALING PEESS 

^ ^ ~ Weight 2600 lbs. Price 

• g ^ t4So> delivered at the fac- 1 

a tory. i 

Size of bale 22x12x48 

inches. Capacity 26 tons 

per day. ^\■eighl of bale 

trom 225 to 400 lbs. 

This remarkable machine 
still stands at the head of 
all vertical balinsf presses, 
and probably bales three- 
quarters of allthe h.iy west 
of the Rocky Mountains. 

Iddress TRUMAN, ISHAM & CO. San Francisco, Cal. 



A. H. ISHAM. 



J. J. TEUMAN. 




Truman. Isham & Co. 

421, 423, 425 and 427 
>i:^\.IMiET STJREET. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



SAN LEANDRO VILLA&E CARTS, 



Pc'taliinia, E iifle, Climax, Monarch and Junior Monarcli 



i3.^^T_iiTsrc3^ i=>p=^:e]ss:e]s 



IngersoU Hay Presses. 




HAND HOP PRESSES, $75 to $100 



DIEDEICK'S PERPETUAL BALING PRESSES. 



BUGGIES, CARRIAGES BUCKBOARDS, 

AXD TWO-WHEELED PHAETONS 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

MILBURN HOLLOW IROK AXLE FARM WAGONS 
RandolpH Headers, Holllnawonii RaKes. 



The No. 2 McCormick Mower- 



Tile Best in the world. 



SEND FOR CIRCULARS. 



16 



SAN FRANCISCO DIEECTOEY. 



FRANCIS Mclaughlin 



I 




la^^T^ 




120-122 Main Street. 



Bet"ween Mission and Hovrard, 



SAN FRANCISCO. 



Tlie above Estahlisliment is pi-epared to undertake contracts for the erection of 
Staircases, and supply Posts, Rails, Balusters, etc. 

til! lilte I f Mne! 

MECHANICS' MILL, 

Coj^, Mission and Frem^ont Streets, 

i^~All kinds of Plain and Fancy Turning, Circular, Band and Scroll Salving:. '"^ 

Orders for the Country for Stair Material promptly attended to. 




G. E. JESSE. 



H. M. DREW. 



JESSE & DEEW, 

STAIR BUILDERS 

SOUTH POINT MILL, 

Berry Street, bet. Third and Fourth, S, F. 

« 

ALL KINDS OF WOOD TURNING 



Constantly on hand and Made to Order, 

STAIR RAILS, POSTS, BALUSTERS, Etc. 





D. J. HURLEY 



J 



tftfp I 



134 MAIN STREET, 

(Bst. Mission and Howard) 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



19 



838 MARKET STREET, 

Opposite Fourth, 
SAN F KAN CI SCO. 



Medal awarded over all competitors 
for th« Best Photographs at the State 
Fair, 1879. Medal awarded over all 
couipetitore for the Uest Photo- 
graphs at the Mechanics' Insti- 
tute Fair, 1880. 




k, Kunm 



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SEAL ENGBAVEE 

— AND — 

Die Sioker. 




704 



Montgomery Street 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

E S T ABLISHED 
1849. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 




PHILADELPHIA 



P 



BlWl 






Corner Second and Folsom Streets, 



The amount of Beer Sold during the year 1884, was 63,027 Barrels! 



We take the present opportunity of thanking our friends and customers for the liberal 
support heretofore extended to the 

PHILADELPHIA BREWERY 

And notify them that we have added to our establishment 

^MW m^m MMWMMmrm BwmmsMm^ 

By which we hope, through the greatly increased facilities now possessed 
by us, to furnish, as usual, a 

8UFEMIOM AMTIVLE OF LAGER BEEM, 

That shall not only equal that previously furnished by us, but convince them that we are 
determined to merit their continued patronage and support. 

ESTATE OF JOHN WIELAND. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



21 




CORNER FULTON AND WEBSTER STREETS, 



DEALERS IN 



BEER and MALT 



Yielding to the manifest wishes of the San Francisco public for a 

Genuine Lager Beer, 

We have thoroughly renovated our establishment, rebuilt our ma- 
chinery, added extensive and ample facilities for ICE MANUFAC- 
TURE, and effected corresponding increase in our storage vaults. 

We are, therefore, now in the field, prepared to face all competitors 
both as to QUALITY and quantity. 

N. B.— Especial attention paid to Country patronage. 



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BAFAEL GALLEGOS. 1 

EDUARDO MONTEALEGRE. ) 



( J. M. MONTEALEGRE, Jb. 
( MANUEL MONTEALEGRE. 



MONTEALEGRE & CO. 




■ AND 



,@ffi 




230 CALIPOENIA STEEET, 



SAW SEA»©I1©©, 



E. D. HEATLEY. 



EDWIN WOTTON. 



ERNEST L. HEATLEY. 



DICKSON, DEWOLF & CO., 

IniissiiB lifBltits 

412-414 BATTERY ST., SAN FRANCISCO. 



Heatley, Wotton & Co., 



11 Georie YarJ, Lomliarfl St., LoMob. 



SOLE AGENTS OF THE CELEBRATED 



H. & H. W. Catherwood's 
FINE OLD WHISKIES, 

IN WOOD— "Monogram," "01dSto:k," "AAA," "Cranston Cabinet," "Century," 

" Henry Bull," " Double B." 

IN GLASS — In cases of 1 doz. quart bottles each — "Brunswick Club," pure Old Eye, 

" Upper Ten," very old and choice. 



ADVERTISING DEPAETMENT. 



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AGENCY, No. 506 BATTERY STREET, S. F. 

Notice is hereby given that arrangements have been entered into between the 

ROYAL MAIL ST£AM PACKET COMPANY 

AND THE 

For the forwarding of treasure to the Bank of England and to the Bank of France 
and Hamburg, by the steamships of the two Companies, under through bills of 
lading, for delivery at destination by the Packets of the Royal Mail Steam 
Packet Co. 

The following Steamships of the R. M. S. P. Co. leave Aspinwall for the 
West Indies and Southampton, calling at Cherbourg, France, and at Plymouth, 
England, to laud iias.sengers, on the 6th and 22d of each month. 

Regristered Tonnage. Horse Power. 

I*ARA 3.805 600 Captain Bruce 

DON 3.805 600 " Wool ward 

HEDWAir a,687 600 V eillles 

MOSEliI^E 3,aS2 600 •• JeHIooe 

l«Il,E S.039 600 •' 

EI^BE 3,063 " Brainier 

RETURN TICKETS, available for twelve months, issued at a reduction of 2.5 per cent. 

The Company also dispatches an Extra Steamer from Aspinwall on the 23d of each month, for Bremen, 
which affords great facilities to shippers of cargo for Bremen and Hamburg. 

Through First Class tickets are issued from San Francisco to Plymouth, Cherbourg and Southampton, at 
$200 r. S. gold. Third Class, 8100. 

For further particulars, etc., apply to the Company's Agent. 

BRITISH VICE-CONSUL. 




H. B. VCILLIAMS. 



A. CHESEBROUGH. 



W. H. DIMOND. 



Williams, Dimond I Co. 

Shipping and Commission 




202 Market Street, 



Union Block, 



San Francisco. Cal. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Queen Lily Soap! 

MANUFACTURED BY 

NEW ENGLAND SOAF COMFANY. 

The great and increasing success of 
Queen Lily Soap has induced numerous 
imitators to offer on the market a worth- 
less imitation, but possessing none of the 
extraordinary properties for which the 
Queen Lily Soap is so justly and univers- 
ally praised. The Queen Lily Soap is 
guaranteed to do washing of white clothes 
without rubbing or injury to the most 
delicate fabric, bleaching them a pure 
snow white, and leaving the texture soft 
and pliable. 

An?' one vtisliiiig to test the <|neen liily Soap 
Mill receive a bar by sending 10 cents to pay 
postage. 

PRICE, $2 PER BOX. Sent by regular freight C. O. D. 

OFFICE: 214 Sacramento Street, 

Factory: Cor. Sixteenth and Utah Sts., San Francisco. 

M. MILLONIY, 






917 MARKET STREET, 



(Bet. Fifth and Sixth Streets) 



lAW wm 



Having opened the large and spacious Store at the above number 
with a new and laree stock of 







Selected with Care in the PAEIS, LONDON, and NEW YOEK 
MARKETS, for Cash, I am prepared to furnish and 

MANUFAOTUEE CLOTHING TO OEDER 

At the lowest possible rates. 
A CALL SOLICITED BEFORE PAYING BIG PRICES. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 



25 



Pacific Carriage Co. 



TELEPHONE, No. 5050. 



OLIVER HINKLEY, Supt. 



Business Office, II Powell St. 



CENTRAL STAND, 300 SUTTEK STREET, 

N. TV. Corner Kearity and Sutter Streets. 



COUPES and CARRIAGES at Central Stand at any hour of the Day or Night 

SPECIAL RATES by applying to Superintendent or Foreman, at Central Stand. 



SPECIAL RATES 



• 'mipe. Carriftge. 

Shopping and ) First Hour $1 50 $2 00 

Calling r Each subsequent hour 1 00 1 50 

To and from Theatre, reserved 300 400 

To and from Balls, reserved 3 00 4 00 

Weddings 3 00 4 00 

Fiinerals 3 50 4 OO 

Park Drive 400 500 

Clifif via Point Lobos 5 00 6 00 

Cliff via Park, return Point Lobos 6 00 7 00 

Alms House via Park 5 Ofl <i 00 



Coupe. Carriage. 



Ocean House via Park $6 00 

Black Point 2 .50 

Villa 4 00 

Oakland 5 00 

Industrial School 4 00 

14.Mile House 10 00 

Presidio.. 3 00 

German Hospital 2 .lO 

City and County Hospital 2 00 

St. Lube's Hospital 2 00 



$8 00 

3 00 

5 00 

6 00 
5 00 

12 00 

4 00 
3 00 
2 50 
2 50 



Detentions after the time on -whiclii C'arriag^es are ordered 
will be cliarg^ed by tlie hoar. 



FOUR-IN-HAND WAGONETTES FOR PARTIES. 

MOBSES, BUaaiES ANB MOCKAWAYS, 



XVorls. 



on 



let, 







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Self-Inking, Dating, Pocket and Pencil Stamps. 

ALSO,. BANKING AND ALL COMMERCIAL 
Stamps, Seals, Stencils. Etc. 




PATENT 



CHANGEABLE METAL-BODIED RUBBER TYPE 



MANUFACTURERS, 

702 Market Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Largest Rubber Stamp Works on the Pacific Coast. 



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T. nLjXJisriD"3r, 





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JEWELRY, DIAMONDS, 

^@IM miwm ami 1IIt©I' flate^ 




CLOCKS IN ALL STYLES^ 



WHOLESALE AWB METALL. 



Sole Apnt for Mnller's and E. N. f elsli MauiifactiiriuE Go's Fine Clocks. 

7 and 9 Third Street, - - - San Francisco. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 27 

JOHN JYIARTEIiI., 

Gold ^ Silver Plater 

No, 623 SACRAMENTO STREET, 

BET. MONTGOMERY AND KEARNY. S-AIST ZFISz-A-ZSrCISCO. 



Manufacturer and Iniport<>r of Coach and Carriaafe Hardware, Lamps, etc. A ^ood 
assortment of Carrlaipe LampK and Candles constantly on hand. Particular attention 
paid to the repiiirini; of Carriage Liitiups. Name Plates made at short notice. A gooA 
assortment of Door Plates and Numbers on hand. 

N. B. — Orders from the Country promptly attended to. 

J. 0. HAMPTON. W. S. GAGE. D. D. SHATTUCK. 

GAGE, SHATTUCK & CO. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS 

Importers and Wholesale Dealers in 

PROVISIONS, BUTTER, CHEESE, Etc., Etc. 



Nos. 317-321 Front Street, and 310, 312 and 314 Commercial Street. S. F. 

p. O. BOX 2203. 



ROTHSCHILD & EHRENPFORT, 

Wholesale CANDY Manufacturers 



IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 



FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NUTS, ETC., 

118 FRONT ST., bet. California and Pine, - - - SAN FEANCISCO. 



Steam Candy Factory, 118 Front Street. 

WTZImCH a CO. 

IBS, mm d Hission wmm 

Brittan's Building, 109 CALIFORNIA ST., San Francisco, Cal. 
Agents Moodyville Sawmill Company (limited) Burrard Inlet, B. C. 



R. D. WELCH & CO., - _ _ 4_6 Tower Chambers, Liverpool, En^. 

WELCH, RITHET & CO. , - . . . Victoria, British Columbia. 



28 SAN FKANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Wines and Brandies 

J. GUNDLACH & CO., 

Vineyard Proprietors, and Wholesale Dealers, 

COR. MARKET AND SECOND STREETS, 

s-A-isT raA-isrcisco. 



R A C I F" I C 



Blass limi, Cutting, Mmi d Desipg Works 

19 FREMONT ST., and 1213-1215 HOWARD ST., SAN FRANCISCO. 



Glass Cutting, Staining, Embossing and Designing in all its Branches. 

Bending of Glass a Specialty. 

A, D. OAKLEY, 

Red Rubber Stamps 

AT HALF PRICE, 

No. 329 SANSOME STREET, 



&.A.JSr DF»H-ua.3XrOISOC>. 



JOHN H. REDSTONE, 

COUNSELOR AT LAW, 

And Solicitor of Patents. 
Office: No. 1509 Market Street. S. F. 



Will attend to Patent Suits in the Federal Courts and procure United States and Foreign Patents, furnish 
Models on short notice, and assist Inventors in perfecting their inventions. Taxes and Annuities paid on 
existing European Patents, and Patents worked according to the requirements of law. 

Assay office connected with my office, and correct returns given of assay, and mill process. Ores milled. 

Q0AKTZ Mills and other Machinery for sale. All Machinery warranted of the best quality. 



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I ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 29 

JOHN SKINKER, 

256 Market Street, San Francisco. 

Solf Agvnt for tlie Pucifir CoHKt for 

Dupont's Cannon, Musket, Blasting, Mining & Sporting 



Union Metallic Cartridge Cos Cartridges, Rim and Central Fire Brass and 
Paper Shot Shells. Wads, Primers, Bullets, etc., etc. 

EAGLE SAFETY FUSE and NOBEL'S GIANT CAP COMPANY. 



H. L. DODGE. L. H. SWEENEY. J. E. RUGGLES. F. W. VAN SICELEN. 

DODGE, SWEENEY & CO. 
WHiLEilLE PiOVlilili DEILEii 

And Commissioii Merchants, 

Nos. U4-U6 MARKET ST., and U-13 CALIFORNIA ST., 

s-A.isr FR-A»2SrCISCO. 

Sole Agents for Libby, AIcNeill <*ic Liibby's Canned Sleats. H. M, Dnpee's Cliica^o Hams. 

P. O. BOX 1942. 

The Black Diamond Coal Mining Co. 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ALL FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 

STEAM and HOUSE COALS and SCREENINGS, 

By the Cargo, and in Lots to Suit. 
EGG COAL, LEHIGH LUMP and CUMBERLAND COALS. 

El>Ta-XjISH COKIE. 



OFFICE : S . E. CORNER SPEAR AND FOLSOM STREETS. 

P. B. CORNWALL, President. 



Optician and Matliciiiatical Instrmenl Mor 

429 MONTGOMERY STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 



Instruments Made to Order, Repaired and Carefully Adjusted. 



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SAN FKANCISCO DIRECTORY. 




CJITE" 



LiyERY AND SALE STABLES 

JAMES FAGEN, Propr, 

No. 332 BUSH STREET, 

Between Montgomery and Kearny, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



SINGLE or DOUBLE TEAMS and SADDLE! 
HORSES, for Pleasure Trips and Business 
Purposes. 

PRICES VERY LO^V. 



H. W. QRAY & CO. 



amia 



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Bet California and Sacramento Streets, SAN FRANCISCO. 



Boarding, Sale and Livery. Particular attention paid to Boarding Horses. 

THE DR. BLY ARTIFICIAL LIMBS 




-MANUFACTUBED BY- 



MENZO SPRING, 

No. 9 Geary Street, 

Commisfcioned to furnish Limbs on Government Orders to " Officer or 
enlisted or hired man " who has lost a limb in the military or naval 
service of the U. S. Government; they being entitled to 
Witnout Que once in five years, and transportation 

Lateral Motion. | paid to and from Manufactory. 




Universal 
Ankle Motion. 



ARTIFICIAIi AR9IS OF THE BEST HINDS AT EASTERN PRICES. 

Descriptive Circulars, Blanks for taking Measurements, with Instructions and Price List, free on application, as above, 



ROBERT BRACC, 



STEERING 



On Hai aiii ^— ^ 

No. 322 MAIN STREET, 




WHEELS 



1 



Made to OMer. 



BETWEEN FOLSOM AND HARRISON. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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HARNESS. SADDLES 



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Wholesale and Retail. 



SINGLE BUGGY HARNESS, $10 00 to $ 75 00 

DOUBLE HARNESS 20 00 to 250 00 

HORSE COLLARS, Per Dozen 18 00 to 75 00 



BUGGIES, WAGOIS m CARRIAGES 




IN AliL. STYLES. 



Californian and American Men's, Boys' and Ladies' Saddles. 

Riding, Buggy, Cab, Hacl<, Cart, Cattle, Team and Dog Whips. 

Bridles, Bits, Spurs, Combs, Spoiigfes, Blankets, Robes, Halters, Lariats, Ivory Rin^s, 
Cinches, Surcingles, Horse Boots, Fly Nets, Whip Sockets, Horse Brushes, Lap Dust- 
ers, Harness Tools, Harness Oil, Black Soap, Feed Bajfs, Harness Snaps, Enameled 
Leather, Horse Medicine, Chamois, Cashions, etc 



SBND FOR CATALOGUE. 



41 Market Street, 



San Francisco. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



JOHN W. SHAEFFER. 



JOHN W. FISKE. 



J. W. Shaeffer & Co 



3VC A.33.-i;Lfa/Ct vLX-ex-si of - 




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No. 634 SACRAMENTO STREET. 

Bel. Moileoiei; aM Iiatir, 



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Constantly on hand, a large and complete assortment of 

MANILA CORDAGE 

Whale Line, Bale Rope, Tarred Manila Rope, Etc. 

MANUFACTURED FROM 

SISAL ROPE OF ALL SIZES AND KINDS. 



ORRICE AT 



611 and 613 Front Street. 



Manufactory at the Potrero. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 33 



GEO. C. SHREVE. GEO. BONNY. A. J. LEWIS. 

GEO, C. SHREVE & CO. 

manufacturing 



IlWB^l 




J^IsTID 



Silversmiths. 



IMPORTERS OF 

Precious Stones 

Watches, Clocks, 

Decorated China, 

Bronzes, 
Opera Glasses, 

Ivory and Fancy G-oods. 



106-108 MONTGOMERY ST 

Corner of Sutter. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



SI iilTlir HUES! 



Van Ness Ave., bet. Hayes and Grove. 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



This Institution, conducted by the Fathers of the Soc iety of Jesue, was opened for the reception of 
students on the 15th of October, 1855. On the 30th of April, 185i), it was incorporated and empowered to 
confer degrees and academical honors in all the learned professions, and to exercise all the rights and 
privileges common to any other literary institution in the United States. The design of this Institution is 
to give a thorough 

Euflisli, Classical, Mattenialical and PMlosoBtiical 



IT IS INTENDED FOR DAY SCHOLAKS ONLY. 

The Course of Studies embraces the Greek, Latin and English Languages, Poetry, Rhetoric, Elocution, 
History, Geography, Arithmetic, Bookkeeping, Mathematics, Chemistry, Mental, Moral and Natural Philos- 
ophy. The study of the French and Spanish Languages, Vocal Music and Practical Telegraphy is optional. 

Besides the Classical, there is a Preparatory and Elementary Departinent for the younger students. Its 
object is to qiialify the pupil for the higher studies. 

This Institution, provided with a full staff of Professors, presents the highest advantages for the 
mental and moral training of the students. 






HAS BEEN RECEIVED FROM PARIS. 

The Laboratory contains over Two Hundred and Fifty PURE CHEMICALS, and all that is necessary 
for the most complicated Manipulations and Analysis. 

THE COLLEGE HAS, MOREOVER, A COMPLETE PHOTOGRAPHIC APPARATUS, 



The " St. Ignatius' College Orchestra," and the two " Philhistorian Debating Societies," are established 
in the College for the improvement of the pupils and younger gentlemen of good standing. 



REV. JOSEPH 8ASIA, S. J., President, 



EDUCATIO 



!^ei£R^ 




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FOR YOUNG LADIES. 

Dolores St.. bet. Sixteenth and Seventeenth Sts., San Francisco. 



Conducted by the SISTERS OF NOTRE.DAME. 

This Institution, founded in 18fi6, chartered in 1876 by Act of the Legislature of the State of Cali- 
fornia, and empowered to confer Collegiate Honors, is situated on Dolores Street, opposite the Old Mission 
Church. 

The course of instruction embraces all the branches necessary to the acquisition of 

^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ $ ^ ^t 

Tuition, Board, Washing and Bedding, annum $260 00 

EXTRA CMARGES- 

Piano, with use of Instrument, per annum $60 00 

Vocal Music, Class Lessons • " 20 00 

Vocal Music, Private Lessons " " 36 00 

Drawing, per annum 20 00 

Painting in Water Colors, per annum 36 00 

Painting in Oil, per Lesson 1 00 

Vacation spent at the College 30 00 

Graduating Fees 10 00 

Physician's Fees to be paid in case of sickness. 

Bills are presented and are payable at the beginning of each half session, in advance. 

Select Day School Attached to the College, 

TERMS PER MONTH, PAID IN ADVANCE: 

Tuition in the 1st and 2d College Classes $ 6 00 

Tuition in the 3d and 4th College Classes 5 00 

Tuition in the Ist and 2d Preparatory Classes 4 00 

Tuition in the 1st and 2d Grammar Classes 3 00 

Tuition in the 1st and 2d Intermediate Classes 2 00 

Tuition in the Ist and 2d Primary Classes 1 50 

Music (Vocal and Instrumental), Drawing, Painting and Private Elocution lessons form extra charges, 
as in the Boarding School, but lessons in French and Spanish are given gratis throughout ; as also in Plain 
and Fancy Needlework. 

N. B. — A Private Conveyance is furnished at moderate rates, for the convenience of pupils residing in 
distant parts of the city. 

For further particulars apply to the 

SUPERIORESS. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 




iiiPEi iEiiiiL iiLL 

N. E. Corner Sacramento and Webster Streets. 

(Successor to Medical College of the Pacific.) 




FACULTY. 

L. C. LANE, M. D., Professor of Surgery. 

C. N. ELLIKWOOD, M. D., Professor of Physiology. 

ADOLPH BARKAN, M. D., Professor of Ophthalm- 
ology and Otology. 

J. H.WYTHE, M. D., Professor of Microscopy and 
Histology. 

HENRY GIBBONS Jb., M.D., Professorof Obstetrics 
and Diseases of Women and Children. 

W. A. DOUGLASS, M. D., Professor of Clinical Sur- 
gery. 

J. O. HIRSCHFELDEK, M.D., Professorof Clinical 
Medicine. 

CLINTON CUSHING, M.D., Professor of Gynecology. 

W. D. JOHNSTON, M. D., ProfeBSor of Chemistry 
and Toxicology. 

R. H. PLUMMER, M.D., Professorof Anatomy. 

CHAS. H. STEELE, M. D.. Professor of Materia Med- 
ica and Therapeutics. 

J. O. HIRSCHFELDER, Acting ProfesBor of Princi- 
ples and Practice of Medicine. 

J. F. MORSE, M.D., Adjunct to Chair of Clinical 
Surgery. 

W. S. WHITWELL, M. D., Adjunct to Chair of Ob- 
stetrics. 

CHAS. E. FARNUM, M.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

A. A. ABRAMS, M.D., Demonstrator of Pathology. 



Tlie Tliree-Year Curriculum is adopted by 
this College ; attendance upon three regular courses — 
at least one in this institution — being obligatory. 

A matriculating Examination, or other ev- 
idence of the possession of a fair education, will be 
required on entering. 

Tlie Regular Course commences on the first 
Monday in June of each year, and continues until 
November. It is thus a Summer Course, contrary to 
general usage. 

The Intermediate Course commences early 
in January of each year, and continues nearly four 
months. It is a great assistance as a preparatory step 
to the Regular Course, and as offering the fullest op- 
portunities for the prosecution of dissection. Al- 
though attendance upon this course is not obligatory, 
it is earnestly recommended that all attend it who 
can possibly do so. 

Should any ftirther information be desired, it may 
be obtained by application, in person or by letter, to 

HENRY GIBBONS Jr., 31. D., 

Dean of the Faculty, 

Office, 920 Polk Street, corner of Geary ; or at the 
College, NE corner Sacramento and Webster Streets. 



'»»0 'i '8 IS ^9Uio8;uoy^ erg 
— 'MV I iV AJNMOiiV — 



I_. .A- HNT C3^ X_. IB ^2^'S 

SAN FRAICISOTMffMY 



For the Year commencing April, 1885, 



EMBIIACING AN 



ACCURATE INDEX OF RESIDENTS 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY; 

ALSO 

A GUIDE TO STKEETS, PUBLIC OFFICES, ETC., 

AND A RELIABLE MAP OF THE CITY. 

TOGETHER WITH 

le Officers of the Municipal Oovernment, Societies and other Organizations, and 
a great variety of Useful Information. 



^ ^ ^ TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR OF PDBLICATION. 

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Q O OSUBSCRIPTION PRICE FIVE D O L !• A R S 

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._j f= r^: 3 Publicaticm Office : 518 CLAY STREET. 

^^ !r C.5 *^ - 

,«cocj^ SAN FKANCISCO: 

1885. 

Entered according to Act of CongresB, In the Year 1885, by Paujtee A Co., In the office of the 
Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C. 



(SUCCESSORS TO R. STONE) 

MANUFACTUKEKS AND IMPORTERS OF 



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HOBSEBLANIETS 

Anl all HnJs of 



AND 



Patent Leather. 




iiiL 




mraips 



SOLE AGENTS 



FOE THE 



BUCICENTER WHIPS 



Ml-M^ BATTERY ST., cor. Washington, San Francisco. 

DIXON, BERNSTEIN & CO. 

Manufacturers of every description of 




No. 37 Market Street, S. F. 



BRAIIfCII FACTORY: 

Corner Front and Stark Streets, - - Portland, Oregon. 



PREFACE. 



In presenting this, the Twenty-sixth Volume of Langley's San 
.Francisco Directory, the publisher desires to again express his obli- 
gation to the enterprising portion of our business community, whose 
advertising patronage has contributed towards this issue. Without 
such assistance, such a publication as this would be impossible, no 
subscription list ever obtained having paid the cost of a complete 
< Directory. 

Material changes have been made in the methods of display and 
classification, which, will, it is thought, commend themselves to our 
patrons and the public. 

New methods and novelties will be added in the future as our expe- 
rience or the development of Directory publications generally may 
suggest. 

Attention is also called to the increased size of the volume, as an 
indication of the development of our city. 

During the past year our city has been canvassed by various Direc- 
tory frauds, who, by wholesale promises and under high-sounding titles, 
have sought the patronage which our merchants only intend to give to 
first-class works. Experience will teach the business community to give 
these frauds a wide berth in the future. 

Very respectfully, 

THE PUBLISHEE. 



LARKINS & CO. 



Manufacturers of 




Carriages of all Descriptions 

631 and 633 HOWARD STREET, 

Corner of Hubbard, _ - . _ San Francisco. 




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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



PAOE. 

ADDITIONAL NAMES, RKMOVALS. ETC 128 

BANK AND INSURANCE DEPARTMENT 1221 

BANKS 63 

BUILDINGS, BLOCKS, ETC 125 

Blocks, Rows, Wharves 126 

Places of Amusement 12fi 

Prominent Places 126 

Public Bnlldlngs, Halls 125 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 124ii 

CEMETERIES 101 

CHINESE DIRECTORY 1215 

CHURCHES M 

COURTS fi-t 

EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT M 

FEDERAL OFFICERS 58 

Army 58 

Coast anil (Jeodetlc Survey 59 

Custom House 60 

Internal Revenue 59 

Light House Department 59 

Post-office 61 

Surveyor-General 59 

United States Treasury 60 

United States Mint 60 

FIRE ALARM AND POLICE TELEGRAPH 52 

FIRE DEPARTMENT 54 

FIRE PATROL 55 



PAQE. 

KEY TO PUBLIC OFFICES 127 

City and County 127 

Federal 127 

State.....' 127 

MILITARY 99 

Independent Companies., 101 

National Guard of California 99 

MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT 49 

Board of Education 49 

Board of Supervisors.... 49 

City and County Officers 50 

POLICE DEPARTMENT 52 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS 57 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS 55 

REGISTER OF NAMES 161 

SOCIETIES 71 

Benevolent 73 

Literary; Historical, etc 92 

Masonic 85 

Odd FeUows 87 

Protective... 89 

Religious 71 

Social 96 

Temperance SS 

STATE APPOINTEES 62 

STATE OFFICERS 62 

STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE 102 

WARD BOUNDARIE.S 52 



N. A. JVDD. D. HICKS. 

D. HICKS & CO. 











PRINTERS 



AND 



BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS 



IMPORTERS OF BOOKBINDERS^ MATERIAL. 



Fine Antique Binding at Eastern Rates. 



PATENTEES ADVEETISING HOTEL EEGISTEES. 



SAN FRANCISCO. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ADVERTISERS. 



PAOE. 

JEluu Insurance Co back cover 

AlUn W R 1346, 1372 

Allen, Tuwlf & (-0.48 and back of cover 

Andcrfuren W. J 1341 

Anglo-Cnlifornlan Bank 122:2 

Amies & Diillani 1373, 137() 

Ashton Charles 1352 

Bacon A Conipanv 1347 

Baldwin A. H. 1271 

Bancrolt A. L. & Co I!i2 

Bandniann, Nielsen & Co 1329, 1347 

Bank British North America 1227 

Baptis John 11 i:JOI 

Barber Asphalt I'avlnK Co lai, 880 

Barnard's Business College 1279 

Barry <fe Evans 1350 

Ba/nn F. Dr., 

rea. of names, lower cor. left pape 

Beach C. W. & Co 1351 

Belnior & Brown 12 

Bennett & Palv 132fi 

Bernard Charles A 1340 

Berry & J'lace Machine Co, 

reg. of names, side lines 

Bisbee S. B. Miss 42 

Black Diamond Coal Mining Co 2S) 

Blair AValter 161 

Bodwell H. H 1373 

Boerlcke & Scbreck 610 

Boesch Emile 1314 

Bovee, Toy & Co 1351 

Boyd C. W 1285 

Bradley & Riilofson 18 

Brady & Marlon 1310 

BragK Robert 30 

Browell ,) 1379 

Brown Chas. & Sons 1362 

Brown D. S. & Co 1294, 13.54 

Bncknam E. H. & Co 1357 

Budde .lolin 1372 

Burke Jlartln J. & .Son 1350 

Burr Folding Beds, 

reg. of names, upper cor. right page 

Bush David 280 

Bush & Mallett 280 

Busweli W. F 1341 

Cadenau John 51. & Co 284, 1272 

Caledonian Oat MealMills 1338 

California Artiticial $tone Paving 

Co (2) 1250, 1280, 1342, 1358 

California Brass and Bell Foundrv...lO 
California Eioctricai Works. ..1249, 1250, 
1258, 12.59, 1260, 1261. 1267, 1269. 1270, 
1290 (2), 1291 (3), 1294, 1299, 1310, 
1322, 13:J4 (21. 1344, ];»8, 1367 (2) 
1372, 1373, 1374 

California Fireworks Co 1294 

California Grocer and Cauner 13.37, 

/.,,., . , 1348, 1.349 

California Label and Printing 

House 288 

California Militarv Academy."' 39 

Calllornia Tool Works '....'.'.'.'.. 9 

Callahan Charles i3.30 

Cameron A. <t Co 1369 

Campbell Glass Works 47 

Capp C. S. & Co 1.351 

Carlos White Printing Co 320 

Carpenter A Whitman 1267, 1299 

Carter Bros 1270 

Casey J. J. & Co 1346 

Chattln Edward 1337 

Chicago and North-Western Baiiway, 

commencement each letter 

Chicago Rattan Manufacturing Co.12,58 

Cobb&Co 1350 

Coburn C. W. & Co !!;;;"'.;.".'."l354 

College of Notre Dame 35 

^iiinsT ■.■.■.■.:.:i26i 

Colton Dental .\B60Clation 336, 1285 

Commercial Insurance Co 1238 



PAOK. 

Composite Fuel Manufacturing Co... 14 

Conkhu Bros 1271 

Connecticut Fire Insurance (Jo., 

1244 and bottom edge of book 

Cook A. (I. & Son 12.59, 1309 

Cook H. N 12.59, 1309 

<;oon M. F 1292 

Cooi)er Medical College 36 

Coos Bav Stave and Lumber Co 1376 

Crclghton .los 1369 

Cuunlnghani. Curtlss & Welch 368 

('yclups Engine and Machine Works...8 

Davis W 31 

Davis & Cowell 3S3 

Degen L. P 12.59 

Dennlston E. G 13.5.H 

Dickson, DeWolf & Co 22 

Dixon Bernstein & Co back of title 

Dixon Crucible Co 402 

Doane & Co 1339 and back of cover 

Dodge, Sweeney & Co 29 

Doriiin George I) 1240 

Dougherty P. E. & Co 416 

Downie Boiler Incru.statlon Pre- 
ventive Co 1261 

Driscc.ii C. E 1258 

Duncan George & Co 1251, 1353 

Dunliani, Carrlgan & Co 1307 

Eastun & Eldridge 13.50 

Egerton Henry C 1.334, 1360 

Eldridge H. L 1283 

Electrical Supply (Jo., 

12.59, (2) 1291, l.S;i4, 1.367 

Evans A 1289 

Elite Photogiaphic Studio 19, 1342 

Enginger V 1375 

Fagen .Tuuies 30 

Falkner, Bell & Co 12.38 

Farnswortli «t Ruggies 448 

Filippe T. B 1:565 

Ifireniaus Fund Ins. Co., 

404, and front cover 

First National Bank ...1227 

Fischbeck & (Jlootz 24 

Fisher L. P 1249 

Flood M 13.50 

Foard Lorentz 1351 

Folkers .1. H. A. & Bro...l285, i:«3, 1368 

Forbes A. B front cover, and 12:i0 

Korderer .loseph F 1282 

Forrest (Jharles 705 

Frank Hein-y 1298 

Fratringer & Co. 

reg. ot names upper cor. right page 

Freud &. Sous 1283 

Friediander B side line back cover 

FuldaBros 1282 

GabelH. F 1357 

Gage, Sliattuck & Co 27 

Gallagher Bernard 1272 

German Savings and Loan Society..l229 

Ghirardelli D. & Sons 1273, 1277 

Gibbs A 1364 

Giovannini & Csterloh 11 

Gladding, McBean & Co., 

see business headings 

Globe Brass and Bel Foundry 10 

Globe Iron Works Co 8 

Goehrlng A 1250 

Golden State and Miners' Iron 

Works 9 

Goldstein & Cohn 1306 

(}ordon Hardware Co 1307 

Graft Albert S 1314, 1330 

Gray H. W & Co 30 

Gray Matthias 1345 

Gray N. & Co 1369 

Greenebaum A. <feCo 536 

Greenebaum & Co 1329 



PAGE. 

Greenwood <t De Wolf 1351 

Gross II. H., 

reg. of names upper cor. right page 

Gulttard E. & Co 1273 

Gundlach .1. & Co., 

28, ami side lines front cover 
Gutte& Frank 1239 

Ilal.sled A Evans 1369 

Ilamuiani Baths 1258 

Hammond .Tohn 1291 

Hanks M. W. A Co 13.53 

Hanson & (Jo 1325 

Harden Hand Grenade, 

reg. of names upper cor. right page 

Harkness Fire Extinguisher 1294 

Harmon Seminary 40 

IlarrissD 1309 

Harvev C. I) 1308 

Hawlev David N. & C. A 1355 i 

Heald's Bu.slness College 1279 I 

Healv T. J 1346 

Hendy Joshua. Machine Works 7 

Herrmann (J. &Co 1307 

Hibernia Savings and Loan Soc 1228 

HIckb D. <fc Co .594, and back 

table contents 

Hills Bros 1277 

Hirsch A 600 

Holjbs, Wall&Co 601, 1264 i 

Hottman G. & Co 1292 

Holje M 1300 

Holt Bros 5 

Hoj) Kee & Co 1358 1 

Hopkins Academy 41 } 

Hopper S. E 1300 , 

Howard & Parlser 616 

Hughes E. C....reg. of names, top lines 
Hughes Uienzl,reg.of names, top lines 
Hurley D. J 16 

Imperial, London, Northern and 

Queen Ins. Go's front cover 

Indianapolis Furniture Co., 

front edge of book 
Indianapolis Mnfg Co..top edge of book 
Irwin & Watson 1242 

Jackson Byron 15 

Jaukson P. H. & Co 1310. 1312, 1.3.58 

Jacobv Franz & Co 42, 1237 

Jephson J. 1348 

Jesse <fe Drew 16 

Jewell A. M. & Co , 17 

Judson Manfg Co 1363 

Jung J. C 1310 

Kahn Henry & Co 1338 

Kalienberg Theodore 1326 

Kaulfuss F. C 1300 

Kellv James 1!. & Co 657 

Kemp J. & Co 1269, 1299, 1369 

Kerr David •'> 

King James L 1279, im 

King M (2) 1340 

Klein J. M. & Co 1291 

Kneass & Co., 

1362, and reg. of namcs.bottom lines 

Knorp A. F i;<45 

Knox G. T 1337 

Koefoed Charles J 1^85 

Kohler & Frohllng, 

bottom line, front cover 

Koster John L 1371, 1376 

Krajewski F 1326 

Krogh F. W. ACo 1374 

Kuncr A !« 

Lane W. B., 

702, 1267, 1273, 1299, 1338, 1346, 1356 

Langland N. P .■17 

Larkins &Co back of preface 

LawBon J. C 1368 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



PAGE. 

Lee John A Co 1368 

Le Gal C. L 1260 

Leopold C. M. A Co 12i»5 

Leopold Hugo 1295 

Levy John & Co back of map 

Llnforth James, 

12o!l, 1296, 1312, 1361,1362, 1373 

Lion Fire Insurance Co 1240 

Little John T i:«l 

London and New York Clothlns; Co. 

reg. of names, top lines 
London, Paris and Anieriian Bank,.l-25 

Loryea A. M 1258 

Lowuey Jerrv &Son 1272 

Luckhardt C. A. & Co 1251 

Lund Henn- & Co 1241 

LundvT 26 

Lu8k F , 1355 

Lutgen Charles F 1249 

Lybrand G. F. * Co 1358 

MacCabe K. S 1377 

Macdonough J. & Co., 

reg. of names, top lines 

Magnetic Elastic Truss Co 1369 

Mallon John 28 

Marcus Geo. <fe Co 1241 

Marsh H. F 1262 

Martell John 27 

Massey Atkins 1369 

McAIester & Jones, 

1266, 13.51, and back cover 

McGowan C 1373 

Mclntyre William* Co 1-351 

McLaughlin Francis 16 

McPhun William 1273 

Mearns George 13.56 

Medical I)ept University of Cal 37 

Mercer M. A 1281 

Merrell L L 14 

Merwin P. .T. * Co i:»0 

Meussdorfter K 1^507 

Meussdorffer M 823 

Mllloniv M 24 

Jliiis Seminarz 40a, 40b 

Minor Sam 1322 

Mission Potlerv Co 13.56 

Mitchell J. E. & Co 1271 

3Iixer George H 12 

Molioy P. C. 1351 

Montague \V. VV. <fe Co., reg. of 

names, upper corners left page, 
and 1286, 1312,1.326, 13.50,1362,1367 
(2), 1368 

Montealegre & Co 22 

Moraghan M. B 1339 

Moretti & Trezzini, 

re'j. of names, bottom lines 

Morgan Enoch Sons <% Co i;554 

Morgan * Co .'...13.39 

Mott J. H. & Co 852 

Mull George 1324 

MuUerC 856 

Munsell James, Jr.. .reg. of names, 
lower cor. right page, and 1231, 1232 

Murphey William L 1342 

Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co., 
register of names, lower corners 

right page, and 1231, 1232 
Mutual Life Insurance Co., 

front cover, and 1230 
Mutual Reserve Fund Life Assn.. .1234 

National Brewing Co 21 

Neustadter Bros 1357 

Nevada Bank of S. F 1223 

Nevada Metallurgical Works 1251 

Newhall H. M. & Co 41 

New Zealand In.surance Co 2 

New Zealand Loan and Mercantile 

Agency Co 2 

Nichols A. C. & Co 1315 

Norcross & Co 881 

Noriega Juan L 883 

Novelty Iron Works and Foundry.... 12 

O'Connor John 1327 

O'Kane John 449 

Oakland Bank of Savings 1256 

Oakland Homeopathic Hospital 43 

f)aklnnd Hospital 43 

Oakley A. D 28 

Oceanic SS. Co U81 

Oesterrelcher L. <fe Co 1351 

Oliva C. & Co 1.369 

Oliver H. & Co 1292 

Orient Insurance Co 1240 



PAGE. 

Osborn R. F. &Co 1299 

PaciflcBank 1226 

Pacific Business College 

864, 1279, and back of cover 

Pacific Carriage Co 25 

Paclllc Coast Land Bureau 909 

Pacific Collection Co I27b 

Pacific Electric Co 1291, 1.369 

Pacific Graphite Manufacturing Co..910 

Pacific Lamp & Reflector Co 1314 

Pacific Rolling Mill Co 13 

Pacific Press 44 

Pacific Saw Manufacturing Cc i:555 

Pac. Steam Carpet Beating Works.1271 
Pacific Vinegar and Pickle Works..l371 

I'acksber S 1274 

Palace Dye Works 1290 

Palmer & Rev 912 

Paltenghi A 1327 

Panlinl N. & Co 1308 

l'arke& Lacv, reg. of names, side lines 

PasciualeB 1295 

i'atent Brick Co 1265 

Payne Bros 1262 

Peddar Svduev H 12.53 

Perey P 1282 

Perry Seminary 40 

Peruvian Bitters, 

reg. of names, side lines 

Peterson L 13.34 

Phelps & Miller 932 

Philadelphia Brewery 20 

Piedmont Springs 161 

Pioneer Carpet Beating Machine. ..1271 

Plate & Co 1380 

Pons Henrlette Mme 1283 

Pratt H. G 1271 

Preston & McKlnnon 1:G5 

Price Jacob 1249, 1.347 

Price M 1283 

Price Thomas 1251 

Quick John W 11 

Quigiev J. & Son 1368 

Qulnn's Foundry 1313 

Quitzow & Behnemau 1335 

Ralston H. & J 1310 

Rankin, Brayton <fe Co 6 

Ransouie E. L...1249, (2) 12.50,1251, 1264, 

1270, 1280, 1281, 1282, 1286. 1292, 1342, 

(2) i:«5, 1362, (2) 1364 

Raveley S. W back of cover 

Redstone John H 28 

Reeve & Staab side line, front cover 

Relmer Julius 1249, 1312 

Richards Seth 1346 

Rix E. A. & Co 1249, 12,89, 1308, 13.W 

Roach John 29 

Rothschild & Ehrenpfort 27 

Rouleau F. A 1356 

Royal Mail Steam Packet Co 23 

Rovai, Norwich Union and Lan- 

'cashire Fire Insurance Cos 12.38 

Ruffino & Bianchi 1327 

Sackctt School 38 

Sadler F. E 1345 

Samm & Co 45 

Samuel & Wright 13.51 

San Francieo Brass Works 11 

San Francisco Bridge Co 1265 

San Francisco Carpet Beating Ma- 
chine 1271 

■San Francisco Cordage Factory 32 

San Francisco Embossed Glass 

Works 1300 

San Francisco Savings Union 1229 

San Francisco Wire Works 1375 

San Jose Woolen Mills 1377 

Sanborn A. 1 16 

Santa Clara C'-llege 6-56 

Savings and Loan Society 1228 

Sawyer B. F. & Co 1365 

Schafer & Co reg. of names 

lower corners left page 

Schenk Chris 1292 

Schmidt Label and Lith. Co 1008, 

1264, 1292, 1314, 1322, 1348, 1377 

Scholi M 3 

Schuster Bros 1362 

Schwan Frank 1307 

Scudder N. W 1352 

Selbv .Smelting and Lead Co 13 

Sbaeffer J. W. & Co 32 

SheplarS. H. &.Co 25 



PAGE. 

Shepman W. E _ 1359 

Shreve George 0. 4 Co., 

33, 1285, 1313, 13-59, LTTl 

Siebrecht Franz 1256, 1281 

Simpson G. W 1324, 1334 

Simpson & Millar 3, 1336 

Skinker John 29 

Smith G. W 704 

Smith J. R. <fe Co 46 

Stange & Jaenecke 1362 

Sllukey J. E 980 

SpauKling George <ft Co 1348 

Spaulding J. & Co 1271 

Spauiding N. W. Saw Co 1355 

Sperrv & Co 321 

Spreckels J. I). & Bros 1381 

Spring Menzo 30 

St. David's House, 

reg. of names, top lines 

St. Ignatius' College 34 

St. Joseph's Academy 42 

St. Marv's College 1072 

Stanlev Charles T 13:17 

Starbird & Goldstone 1325 

Stearns Mnfg Co 1355 

.Steele .James G. & Co 1345 

Sterling Furniture Co 1299 

Stevens M. V 1250 

Stone L. D. & Co back of title 

Sun Insurance Co 1235 

Sutro & Co i 1226 

Swanberg & West 1339 

Swiss Marine Ins. Cos. Combined...l240 
Syz Harry W 1240 

Taber L W 1103 

Tait & Haiuque 8 

Tatum & Bowen 1224, 1355 t 

Terme Louise Mme 1283 

Thomas P. .1 1120 

Thompson Bros 9 

Thomson A Evans 1291, i;*49 

ThorsSam 1270 

Thorson N bottom line, back cover 

Thrall H. H side line, back cover 

Timmerman Geo. W. & Co 1307, 1357 

Tobin T. & M. E back of cover 

Tracy Bros. & Co 1356 

Tracy L. Miss , 41 

Trinity School 37 

Truman, Isham & Co., 

15, i:J47, and reg. names, bottom lines 
Trumbull R. J. & Co., 

top line, front cover 
Truworthv F. M., Stencil \Vorks...l3(|l 
Tubbs& Co M 

Union Brass and Iron Works U 

Union Ice Co top line, back coyer 

United Painters' Association 

United States Life Insurance Co.. 

Upton Bros ; 1| 

irtschlg John, reg. of names, side lln 



Van Winkle I. S. & Co., 
reg. of names, 



bottom Unei I 



WaldteufelA 127S 

Walsh Robert 1339 

Walton N. C 12.51, 135? 

Warren W. H 257, 130C 

Washington Insurance Co „...124fl 

Waterhouse & Lester 4 

Weed & Kingwell IC 

Welch & Co 27 

AVellington B. F 1290,1366 

Wells, Fargo & Co 1226 

Wells. Russell & Co 1364 

Western Insurance Co 123i 

VVhitelaw T. P. H i:fi6. 1377 

Whyte & De Rome H 

Wichman George 1281 

Wickson G. G. &Co 755 

Wigmore John, 

reg. of names, top linei 

Wild & Spear 1-35; 

Will & Flnck 1258, (2) 1259, 1283, 135! 

Williams, Dimond & Co 2! 

Williams &. Norton..- 134! 

AVilmerding & Co..reg. names, side llnei 

Wilshlre W. B. A Co 18* 

Wolf Joseph 136! 

AVolflr & Rheinhold 1316, 137J 

Wood Geo. M. * Co 120! 

Woodworth. Schell A Co 134J 

Wright James 135( 

Zelle C. J> 121; 



JklAOnmUnilPU Jl. on L-KHIOH. CmBERLANn nnd ENGT^INH FOrBTDBT 
• InAUUUIlUUbrl <X OU. COKK. -it narUet street, corner Speur. 



THE 



MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT 



City and County of San Francisco, 1885. 




Matok of the City and CotmTY.— WASHINGTON BART- 
LETT, ex-ofllcio President of the Board of Supervisors; salary 
$3,000 per annum. 

Clekk.— J. T. WASHINGTON; appointed by the Mayor; 
salary $3,000 per annum. 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. 

Term of office, two years ; salary, $1,200 per annum ; terms 
expire first Monday in December, 1886. Weekly meetings 
each Monday evening. Quarterly meetings first Monday in 
January, April, July, and October. Special meetings at the 
discretion of the President. 

President.— WASHINGTON BARTLETT. 

Clebk.— JOHN A. RUSSELL ; appointed by the Board ; salary 
$3,600 per annum. 

Deputy Clerk.— WILLIAM T. PATTERSON; salary $1,800 
per annum. 

Sergeaot-at-Aems.— R. B. BARTLETT ; salary $1,200 per 
annum. 



Blembers. 



First Ward- JrSTIN GATES. 
Second " ROBERT ROY. 
Third " JOHN E. KUNKLER. 
Fourth" JOHN E. ABBOTT. 
Fifth " WILLARD B. FAR WELL. 
Sixth " E. B. POND. 



Seventh Ward— JAMES WILLIAMSON. 
Eighth " DAVID L. FARNSW(^TH. 
Ninth " ALBERT HEYER. 
Tenth " JAMES GILLERAN. 
Eleventh " DANIEL McMILLAN. 
Twelfth " SAMUEL VALLEAU. 



STANDING COMMITTEES —Judiciary— Abbott, Farwell, Heyer. Finance and auditing- Roy, Pond, 
Farwell Fire DepHrtment— Williamson, Farwell, Valleau. Streets, Wharves, etc.— Farnsworth, McMillan, 
Gates Rov Williamson. Public Buildings— McMillan, Gilleran, Farnsworth. Water and Water Supplies- 
Farwell Valleau, Roy. Pond, Farnsworth. Health and Police, and House of Correction- Gates, Kunkler, 
Farnsworth, Abbott, Valleau. License and Orders— Pond, Heyer. Williamson. Hospltal-Kunkler, Poud, 
Gates Printing and Salaries— Valleau, Roy, Abbott. Industrial School— Gilleran. Abbott, Gates. Valleau, 
Williamson. Street Lights— Heyer, Kunkler, McMillan, Gilleran, Farnsworth. Outside Lands— Farwell, 
•Gilleran, McMillan, Heyer, Kunkler. 

BOARD OP EDUCATION. 

Term of office, two years ; expires first Monday in January, 1887. No compensation. Meetings, first 
•nd third Fridays of each month. 

President- IRA O. HOITT. Secretary— John T. McGeoghegan. Assistant Secretaries— George Beanston 
and Frank G. Andrews. Bookkeeper— E. B. Bullock. Messenger— A. H. Bean. 

Superintendent of Common Schools— A. J. MOULDER ; salary, $4,000 per annum. 

Depott Superintendent -JOSEPH O'CONNOR ; appointed by the Superintendent ; salary, $3,000 per 
uinum. 



IRA G. HOITT. 
C. W. BE\CH. 
J. H. CULVER. 
C. T. DEANE, M. D. 



Klemttero. 

A. C. DITHMAR. 
J. F. ENGLISH. 
G. J. HOBE. 
THOMAS O'BRIEN. 



EDWARD POLLITZ. 
GEORGE T. SHaW. 
D. STERN. 
J. P. H. WENTWORTH. 



STANDING COMMITTEES.— Classification— Deane, Stern. English. Hoitt. Moulder. Rules and Regula- 
tions— Hobe Beach. Deane, O'Brien. Hoitt. Moulder. Credentials and Qualifications of Teachers— Shaw. 
Pollitz O'Brien Hoitt, Moulder. School Houses and Sites— Beach. Shaw. Englisn. Dithmar, Hoitt. Salaries 
— Pollitz Wentworth, Deane. Furniture and Supplies— Culver. Hobe. Shaw, Hoitt. Finance- S.tern, Went- 
worth, O'Brien. Judiciary— O'Brien, C'llver, Dithmar. Printing— Dithmar, PolUtz, Culver. Janitors- 
English, Stem, Hobe, Hoitt, Moulder. Visiting— Wentworth, English, Shaw, Beach. 



RUMAN 



ISHAM & CO., 



421-437 SOLE AGEXTS FOR 

Market St. Dedefick's PerDeM HAY PRESSES, 



ta 0. nUbnhb, San FranciMCO. ' I 1116 JOD rrintinQ. liists and Pamphlela 



50 SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



CITY AND COUNTY OFFICERS.* 



SUPERIOR COURT— Department l.-Judge— THOMAS "K. WILSON ; term expires January, 1887 
Reporter— J. H.W.Riley. 2.— Judge— JEREMIAH F. SULLIVAN ; term expiree January, 1891. Reporter 
— Thomas R. Knox. 3.— Judge — JOHN F. FINN ; term expires January, 1887. Reporter— H. A. Jones. 
4.— Judge— J. G. MAGUIRE ; term expires January, 1889. Reporter— R. F. Gallagher. 5.— Judge— JOHH 
HUNT Jr.; term expires January, 1891. Reporter— E. S. Belden. 6.— Judge— M. A. EDMONDS; term 
expires January, 1887. Reporter — C. F. Reynolds. 7. — Judge — T. H. REARDON ; term expires January, 1891. 
Reporter — Hervey Darneal. 8. — Judge — F. W. LAWLER (presiding Judge) ; term expires January, 1887. 
Reporter— J. L. Holland. 9.— (Probate)— Judge— J. V. COFFEY : term expires January, 1889. Reporter— B 
S. P. Sumner. 10.— (Special)— Judge — F. M. CLOUGH ; term expires January, 1889. Reporter— Stephen fe 
Potter. 11. — (Criminal) — Judge— D. J. TOOEHY ; term expires January, 1889. Reporter — John J. Maginia. k 
12.— (Criminal) — Judge— D. J. MURPHY ; term expires January, 1891. Reporter— George W. Smith. 

Salakies — Judges, $4,000 per annum, each. Reporters, fees. 

POLICE COURT— Judge— HALE RIX ; salary, $4,000 per annum. Prosecuting Attorney— E. W. Blaney; 
term regulated by the Board of Supervisors ; $3,000 per annum. Clerk— Jacob Steppacher; term regulated 
by the Board of Supervisors ; $2,400 per annum. Interpreters — Louis Locke, Chinese ; Ernest C. Stock, 
German ; J. Becsey, French ; Andrew Glover, Italian, Slavonic and Portuguese ; $1,500 per annum each. 



POLICE COURT No. 2.— Judge— JAMES LAWLER ; salary, $4,000 per annum. Prosecuting Attorney— 
L. E. Pratt ; salary, $3,000 per annvim. Clerk — Bert McNulty ; salary, $1,500 per annum. 

JUSTICES' COURTS — Justices— E. BURKE, (Presiding Justice), J. C. Pennie, W. B. Smith, C. F. Wood 
and H. J. Stafford ; salaries, Presiding Justice, $2,700 per annum ; Associates, $2,400 per annum each. 
Clerk — Frank P. Murphy ; $2,400 per annum. Depxity Clerks— E. Gilson andM. T. Dwyer ; $1,200 per annum 
each. Janitor — John McHardy Hay ; $900 per annum. 

CiTT AND CouNTi Attobney AND CotTNSELOR — JOHN L. LOVE ; Salary, $5,000 per annum. Assist- 
ants — John S. Bugbee, $2,400 per annum ; A. E. T. Worley and E. Crane, $1,500 per annum. 

District Attoenet— J. N. E. WILSON ; salary, $5,000 per annum. First Assistant^JAMES M. TROUTT ; 
$3,600 per annum. Second Assistant— Geo. L. Woods ; $3,000 per annum. Special Assistant— J. T. Dare; 
$3,000 per annum. Clerks — A. O. Colton, $1,800 per annum ; Joseph V. Ellis, $1,500 per annum. 

Chief of Police— PATRICK CROWLEY ; appointed by the Board of Police Commissioners ; salary, 
$4,000 per annum. Clerk— Alfred Clarke, $1,800 per annum. Property Clerk— William Cullen ; $1,800 per 
annum. 



: 



CoTJNTY Clerk— JAMES J. FLYNN, and ex-officio Clerk of the Superior Court ; salary, $4,000 per annum 
Deputies— James D. Ruggles, J. Hirsh, H. Vollers, E. C. Palmer, J. W. McClung, A. C. Berthier, Chas 
Ascher, E. Kilday, J. H. Mott, P. F. Krausse, S. Heringhi, H. Kohn, J. Collins, L. J. Welsh, J. Hughes, R. H 
Fitzgerald, H. Crummy, John Harrison, C. Waterman and J. J. Farrell. Court Room Clerks — B. C.Lanfar, 
G. Lambert, E. A. O'Connor, H. Hart, H. Zemausky, J. J. Kenny, S. Aldrich, F. McGenney, C. MoCouitney, ! 
J. C. Nealon, L. Kaplan and T. P. Burns. Copyists— S. C. Walsh, S. Bridgewood, D. J. Gordon, Jos. Holz, 
A. Fike, S. Burke, R. McCord, W. Dinan, R. Cochran, H. Falk, J. Casey, T. C. Orndorflf, E. Casserley and 
Henry Gallagher. 

She^f— PETER HOPKINS ; salary, $8,000 per annum. Under Sheriff— J. J. Driscoll, $2,400 per annum. 
Bookkeeper— F. J. Skelly, S3,000 per annum. Assistant Bookkeeper— S. L. Simon, $1,200 per annum. 
Deputies — John Heaney, Marign A. Wilson, William H. Williams, William H. Bigger, P. McDonald, Joseph 
Mansfield, Thomas Kiernan, C. Hewett, J. Fichtahler, R. Boyd, S. Hall, N. Selig, Geo. Webb, D. Coleman, C. 
Mullane, P. Fay, John Terrill, M. McCarthy. M. Montague, H. P. Goldstein, M. Marra, C. H. Meyer, John 
Coughlin, Jos. Gordon, F. Doran, E. Byrnes, M. Sullivan, James Neil, M. Davis, T. Seal, H. L. Davis, J. L. 
Mears Jr., L. Guion, W. Clare and M. C. Gorham. Chief Jailer — John Rogers. Matron — Mrs. Lizzie Bel- 
more. 

Recordeb— D. M. CA8HIN ; salary, $4,000 per annum. Chief Deputy— M. C. Conroy, $3,000 per annum. 
Deputies — D. S. Culp, Geo. L. McComb and R. D. Blauvelt. Clerks— E. A. Branca, C. H. Fehneman, Frank 
Grimes, Martin Murray, Geo. D. O'Neil, H. A. Reiman, B. S. Stone, C. J. Tracy, John B. Reilly, W. J. Right- 
mire, J. S. Kennedy, B. Ryan, Mrs. Kate F. Arnold, Miss Nellie Brosnan, Miss Sarah Cashin, MissL. M. Cun- 
ningham, Miss Lizzie E. Greene, Miss Nellie Taylor, Miss Emma Taylor, Miss Mattia E. Watson, Miss Kate 
Short, Miss F. G. Gould ana Mrs. H. M. Ellis. Messenger— W. S. Dornil. 

ArrDiTOR— FLEET F. STROTHER ; salary, $4,000 per annum. Deputy— H. B. Cook, $3,000 per annum. 
Clerks— H. C. Farquharson and Geo. W. Thomas, $1,800 per annum each. 

Treasurer— JOHN A. BAUER ; salary, $4,000 per annum. Chief Deputy — A. A. Hpbe, $3,000 per annum. 
Deputies— W. P. Stout" and Henry Gille 

Assessor- LOUIS F. HOLTZ; salary, $4,000 per annum. Office Deputies— J. M. Merrill (chief) and 
E. T. Batturs, $2,400 per annum each ; Gordon E. Slose, T. B. Mortie, William Miller, Geo. Tyrall, James 
Curlett, M. M. Baldwin, and D. Maloney, $1,800 per annum each. Chief Draftsman— Alfred D. Miesegaes. 
$2,400 per annum. Field Deputies— Chief Deputy, $200 per month. Assistant Deputies, $100 per month each, 
when employed. 

Tax Collector t—L. WADHAM ; salary, $4,000 per annum. Chief Deputy— F. R. Fowler, $2,400 per 
Cashier— W. K, Dietrich, $2,400 per annum. Deputies— E. Du Py, J. P. Crouch and O. E. Perrigo, $1,800 per 
annum each. Porter — Patrick Haley, $840 per annum. 



♦ For location of Public Offices, see Key to Public Offices. 

t The Tax Collector is allowed by law one Chief and one Cash Deputy, at a salary of $200 per month each j 
three general Deputies, at $150 per month each; and extra Clerks, when employed, $100 per mouth each. 
The entire annual amount of salaries for his Deputies and Clerks not to exceed $12,000. 



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License Collector— JOHN T. FOGARTY ; appointed by the Mayor, Auditor and Treasurer and con- 
flnned by the Board of Supervisors ; salary, $3,000 per annum. Deputy— WM. M. EDGAR, $1,800 per anntim. 
Casliier—L. Fitzgerald, $1,500 per annum. Assistant CoUecWs— John J. Boyle, William S. Fitch, S. H. 
Smith, B. Connolly, James H. Ryan. J. F. Carroll, Thomas H. Fogarty, A. A. Edgar, W. J. Blattner, J. H. 
McClune, Michael Finn, J. I. Demond, 1. Danielwitz, S. Haas, J. W. Burdett and S. J. Strauss, $1,500 per 
annum each. 

Reoistb.^b of Voters— p. F. WALSH; appointed by the Governor; salary, $3,600 per annum. Chief 
Clerk- Wm. Broderick, $1,800 per annum. Clerk and Messenger— J. J. Cadogan, $1,500 per annum. 

Surveyor t— CHARLES S. TILTON ; salary, $500 per annum and fees. Deputies— Geo. R. Turner 
•Dd William Plater. Collector— Frank Osborn." 

SuPERRTEXDENT PUBLIC STREETS AND HIGHWAYS— CHARLES S. RUGGLES ; Salary, $4,000 per annum. 
Chief Deputy— W. F. Patterson. Deputies— Geo. Lee, Wm. Stark, F. H. Norton, W. J. O'Brien, J. Hoey, G. 
W. Elder, G. McNab, D. McLeod, E. Groat, J.T. Welly, J. S. Clark, M. Kelly, L. Louderbach and John J. 
McDade. 

Coroner— C. C. O'DONNELL, M. D. ; salary, $4,000 per annum. Deputies- C. H. Lane, $1,800 per annum, 
and J. J. Groom, $1,500 per annum. Messenger — S. P. Grummer, $900 per annum. 

Public ADiiiNisTRATOB— PHILIP A. ROACH ; salary, fees 



Attorney — John A. Wright; salary, fees. 

Police Surgeon— Frank H. Dennis, 



CiTT PHYsiCLiN— CHARLES BLACH ; salary $1,800 per annum. 
$1,200 per annum. 

Pound Keeper- J. FRANKLIN ; salary, $900 per annum and fees. 

FiBE Department Commissionebs— FRANK G. EDWARDS (President), Gordon E. Sloss, Samuel 
Newman, Frederick C. Siebe and John Mason ; no compensation. Clerk— Ezekiel B. Vreeland ; salary, 
$1,800 per annum. Janitor and Messenger— George W. L. Post, $900 per annum. 

Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph- Superintendent— JOHN CITRRAN ; term regulated by the 
Board of Supervisors ; salary $2,400 per annum. Operators— William Morton, Alfred Clarke, Jr., and E. H. 
Beese, $1,500 per annum each. Line Repairers— Antone Christianson, $1,200 per annum ; A. B. Kinney and 
Daniel Shay, $1,080 per annum each. 

Park Commissioners— F. M. PIXLEY (President) Charles Goodall and J. Rosenfeld ; no compensation. 
Engineer— City and County Surveyor (ex officio), no compensation. Secretary— Miss Block. Superinten- 
dent — John J. McEwen. 

Board of Health— Members : THE MAYOR (President), and Doctors J. C. Shorb, Auguste Elers, 
William A. Douglass and A. W. Perry ; no compensation. 

Board City Hall Co&nnssioNERS— M.\T0R (ex officio), Auditor (ex officio) , City and County Attorney 
(ex officio) ; salary, $1,'200 per annum each. Secretary (pro tem.J— J. T.Washington. 

Commissioners of Insanity- Isaac S. Titus, M. D., G. Phelan, M. D., J. M. Eaton, M. D., and A. P- 
Hayne, M. D. ; salary, fees. 

Office Health Department— Health Officer— J. L. MEAEES. M.D.; salarj-, $3,000 per annum. Quaran- 
tine Officer.- William F. McAllister, M.D., $1,800 per annum. Secretary— Peter Mulloy, $2,100 per annum. 
E. H. Harding, M. D., Assistant Secretary; $1,200 per annum. Health Inspectors— jefifersou Martenet, 
John Kelly Jr., Otto H. Frank, T. M. Boarman, Jacob Gans and E. H. Coe, $1,200 per annum each. Market 
Inspector— E. F. McKittrick, $1,200 per annum. Superintendent of Disinterments- G. W. Green, $1,200 per 
annum. Messenger— John A. Coflfey, $900 per annum. Inspector of Drainage and Plumbing — James E. 
Sweeney. 

Alms House and Hospital— Superintendent— M. J. KEATING ; salary, $2,400 per annum. Matron— Mrs. 
M. J. Keating, $720 per annum. Resident Physician— S. R. Gerry, $1,500 per annum. 

City and County Hospital— Superintendent Physician— E. H. BRYAN; salary, $2,400 per annum. 

Resident Physician ; $l,.5O0 per annum. Visiting Physicians— Francis B. Kane and J. O. 

I Hirschfelder, $1,200 per annum each. Visiting Surgeons.— W. A. Douglass and R. A. McLean, $1,200 per 
annum each. Apothecary— J. R. Garrett, $1,200 per annum. Terms regulated by the Board of Health. 

Twenty-sixth Street Hospital— Resident Physician. —JOHN W. FOYE, salary, $1,800 per annum. 
Steward — Jeremiah Sullivan, $600 per annum. 

Industrial School (Transferred to the control of the Board of Supervisors April 9, 1872. by Act of the 
Legislature)— Superintendent— M. A. SMITH ; salary, $1,680 per annum. Assistant Superintendent— Jas. 
Corcoran, $1,080 per annum. Teachers— John A. Wright, $1,080 per annimi; William Hinds, $900 per annum. 
Foreman Shoe Shop— Dan Maloney, $780 per annum. Foreman Tailor Shop— Cornelius Sullivan, $780 per 
annum. Teamster— Geo. Ingalls. $600 per annum. Farmer— Edward Sweeney, $600 per annum. Carpenter— 
E. J. Famsworth, $780 per annum. Steward— Thos. Collins, $720 per annum. Matron— Mrs. Annie E. 
Nichols, $^00 per annum. Seamstress— Mrs. E. McCauley, $360 per annum. Visiting Physician— Benjamin 
D. Dean, $900 per annum. 

House of Correction— Superintendent.— JOHN SEDGWICK; salary, $1,800 per annum. Assistant 
Superintendent— Isaac M. Ward, $1,200 per annum. Commissary— S. D. Jones, $840 per annum. Matron- 
Mrs. A. H. Bruce, $600 per annum. Fifteen Guards, who receive $660 per annum each. 

SupERiNTEN-DENT CiTY CEMETERY— ASA M. BOWEN ; Salary, $900 per annum. 

Gas Inspector— E. P. MCCARTHY'. 

Gabdenebs Public Squares— J. H. GARDNER (chief) ; salary, $1,200 per annum ; Alfred Barrett. L. A. 
Lincoln, Samuel Watkins, John Cahill, W. H. Hanmiond, Wm. Jausen, Wm. Horton and L. Baccigalupl ; $900 
per annum each 

Watchman Old City Hall— Samuel Alden, Jr. ; salarj-, $960 per annum. 

Watchman New City Hall— John Williamson (night) salary, $960 per annum; Stephen Famsworth 
(dayj $900 per annum. 

t The County Surveyor receives fees for surveying private property, principally street work. Salaries of 
Deputies and Clerks paid by the Surveyor. 



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Ward Boundaries. 



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FiEST Wakd.— Bounded by the waters of the Bay of 
San Francifico on the north and east ; by the north 
line of Washington street on the south ; by the east 
line of Kearny street on the west ; including the 
islands in the Bay. 

Second Wabd.— Bounded by the waters of the Bay 
of San Francisco on the north ; by the west line of 
Kearny street on the east ; by the north line of Val- 
lejo street on the south ; by the east line of Larkin 
street on the west. 

Ttttr-h Wabd.— Bounded by the south line of Wash- 
ington street on the north, by the waters of the Bay 
of San Francisco, and the northerly line of Market 
street on the east ; by the north line of California 
street on the south, and the east line of Kearny street 
on the west. | 

FouBTH Wabd.— Bounded by the south line of Val- 
lejo street on the north, by the west line of Kearny 
street on the east, by the north line of Washington 
street on the south, and by the east line of Larkin 
street on the west. 

Fifth Wabd.— Bounded by the south line of Cali- 
fornia street on the north ; by the northerly line of 
Market street on the southeast ; and by the east line 
of Kearny street on the west. 



"Sixth Wabd.— Bounded by the south line of Wash- 
ington street on the north, by the west line of Kearny 
street on the east ; by the north line of Pine street on 
the south ; and by the east line of Larkin street on the 
west. 

Seventh Wabd.— Bounded by the southerly line of 
Market street on the north-west ; by the waters of the 
Bay of San Francisco on the north-east ; by the north- 
erly line of Harrison street on the south-east ; and by 
the easterly line of Second street on the south-west. 

Eighth Wabd.— Bounded by the south line of Pine 
street on the north ; by the west line of Kearny street 
on the east ; by the northerly line of Market street on 
the south-east ; and by the east line of Larkin street 
on the west. 

Ninth Wabd.— Bounded by the southerly line of 
Harrison street on the north-west ; by the waters of 
the bay of San Francisco on the north-east and east ; 
by the northerly line of Channel street on the south- 
east ; and by the easterly line of Seventh street on 
the south-west. 

Tenth Wabd.— Bounded by the southerly line of 
Market street on the north-west ; by the westerly line 
of Second street on the north-east ; by the northerly 
line of Harrison street on the south-east ; and by the 
easterly line of Seventh street on the south-west. 

Eleventh Wabd.— Bounded by the southerly line 
of Ridley street, the southerly line of Ridley street 
produced due west to the Pacific Ocean, the southerly 
line of Market street, the westerly line of Seventh 
street, and the southerly line of Channel street on 
the north ; by the waters of the Bay of San Francisco 
on the east; by the southerly line of the City and 
Coimty of San Francisco on the south ; and by the 
waters of the Pacific Ocean on the west. 

Twelfth Wabd. — Bounded by the waters of the 
Pacific Ocean and the waters of the Bay of San Fran- 
cisco on the north ; by the west line of Larkim street 
on the east ; by the northerly line of Market street, 
the north line of Ridley street, and the north line of 
Ridley street produced due west to the Pacific Ocean 
on the south ; and by the waters of the Pacific Ocean 
on the west. 



""^'TfiTeciiy^s divided inio ten Senatorial and twenty 
Assembly Districts, the boundaries of which are 
established by an act of the Legislature, and are sub- 
ject to change, as provided in the Constitution. The 
Ward boundaries being permanently established by 
the Consolidation Act are given as above. 



Police Department 



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Chief of Police.— PATRICK CROWLEY. 

CoMMissiONEBS.— Richard P. Hammond, William 
Alvord, Robert J. Tobin, and the Chief of Police 
(ex officio) . 

Captains of Police.— Isaiah W. Lees, William Y. 
Douglass, John Short, A. W. Stone, and Andrew 
J. Dunlevy. 

Cleek Chief of Police.— Alfred Clarke. 

Peopebty Clebk.— William CuUen. 

Detectives. — John Meagher, John Coffey, Williai 
S. Jones, G. D. Harper, Joseph Bee, Benjamin f; 
Bohen, Daniel Coffey, J. R. Rogers, Edward Byram, 
Amop Bainbridge, Robert Hogan, and Christopher C. 
Cox. 

Sebgeants.— George W. Harman, Abraham Sharp, 
J, W. Shields, T. P. Kingsbury, John Spillane, 
Edward Cohrn, Michael Fitzgerald, Gideon Thomp- 
son, William L, Coles, William E. Hall, Socrates C. 
Fleming. Thomas D. Barnstead, Thomas Flanders, 
Bernard Harter, George L. Gano, George Birdsall, C. 
H. Witham, John Duncan, Charles Nash, Charles Cul- 
len. C. Martin, R. J. Falls, J. T. Wright, M. Lind- 
heimer, Joseph Melody, Charles W. Armager, Wm. 
D. Hensley, J. A. Wilson, William H. Kentzel, Thos. 
R. Langford, John P. McDermott, Frederick T. 
Brown, M. Murphy, Thomas W. Bethel, T. D. McKen- 
na, Stephen Bimner, A. J. Houghtaling, and George 
W. Hogue. 

Cobpokals— P. S. Hagerty, John C. Ayres, John 
M. Fitzgibbon, James H. Button, Watson Nichols, 
John Avan. John Burke, Jacob Lerman and Patrick 
Slevin. 



Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph. 



Supebintendent — John Curran. 

Opebatobs— Alfred Clarke, Jr., E. H. Beese, and 
WiUiam Morton. 

Repaibees. — Antone Christiansen, A. B. Kinney and 
Daniel Shay. 

SIGNAL BOX STATIONS. 

2— S. W. comer Mason and Lombard. 

3 — S. E. comer Stockton and Greenwich. 

i — N. W. corner Sansome and Greenwich. 

5— N. E. comer Battery and Union. 

6-8. E. comer Montgomery and Green. 

7 — S. E. comer Kearny and Union. 

8— S. W. comer Powell and Union. 

9 — N. E. corner Dupont and Vallejo. 
12 — S. W. corner California and Kearny. 
13— S. W. comer Front and Broadway. 
14_g. w. comer Stockton and Broadway. 
16_S. W. corner Clay and East. 
16 — N. W. comer Mason and Pacific. 
17— N. E. comer Kearny and Pacific. 
18 — N. E. comer Sansome and Jackson. 
19— N. E. corner Davis and Washington. 
21— S. E. corner Clay and Kearny. 

*The Act of the Legislature of 1877-78, approved 
April 1, 1878, authorizes the Board of Supervisors to 
increase the police force in their discretion to any 
number not exceeding four hundred in all. Number 
now- authorized and employed, five captains, salary 
$1,800 per annum each; one clerk of Chief of Police, 
$1,800 per annum; one property clerk, $1,800 per an- 
num; twelve detectives, $1,500 per annum each; 
twenty-five sfergeants, $1,500 per annum each ; twelve 
corporals, $1,404 per annum each; two hundred and 
seventy-three regular patrolmen, $1,224 per annum 
each. An ordinance has been passed increasing the 
force to four hundred, the limit allowed by law. 

The sum of $24 per year($2 per month) is deducted 
from the pay of every member of the force for the 
creation of " The Police Life and Health Insurance 
Fund." 



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23-^8. E. corner Taylor and Clay. 

24 — S. E. corner Clay and Powell. 

25— N. W. corner Washiunton and Dupont. 

26—8. E. corner Clay and Battery. 

j7_N. W. corner Montgomery and Commercial. 

28— N. W. corner Pine and Dupont. 

29— N. W. corner Stockton and California. 

II— N. W. corner Sansome and Halleck. 

32— N. E. corner California and Drumm. 

34 — S. W. corner Mission and Steuart. 

35 — S. E. comer Montgomery and Pine. 

36— N. W. comer Folsom and Sttuart. 

37— N. E. comer Battery and Bush. 

38— S. W. corner Market and Second. 

39— S. E. comer Howard and Spear. 

41— N. W. comer Sutter and Jones. 

42 — S. E. comer Geary and Mason. 

43— O'Farrell, near Dupont. 

45— S. E. corner O'Farrell and Jones. 

46— N. W. comer Kearny and Sutter. 

47— S. W. comer Eddy and Powell. 

48— S. W. comer Geary and Kearny. 

49— N. W. comer Stockton and Sutter. 

51 — N. W. comer Folsom and Beale. 

52 — S. W. comer Mission and Fremont. 

53— N. side King bot Second and Third. 

54— Engine House No. 4, Second, near Howard. 

56— South side Bryant, west of First. 

57— N. W. comer Brannan and Second. 

58— N. W. comer Folsom and First. 

59— P. M. S. S. Co.'s wharf, foot of First. 

61 — S. W. comer Howard and Third. 

62— S. W. comer Mission and Fourth. 

63— N. W. corner Harrison and Fourth. 

64— S. W. comer Howard and Fifth. 

65 — S. W. comer Mission and Sixth. 

67— N. E. comer Han-ison and Hawthorne. 

68 — N. E. comer Brannan and Fourth. 

69— N W. comer Bryant and Third. 

71— S. W. corner Mission and Eleventh. 

72— S. E. corner Mission and Thirteenth. 

73 — S. E. comer Howard and Eighth. 

74 — Engine House No. 7, Sixteenth. 

75 — N. W. corner Jones and McAllister. 

76 — S. W. comer Market and Hayes. 

78 — N. E. comer Folsom and Ninth. 

79— S. E. comer Folsom and Twelfth. 

81— S. W. comer Franklin and Hayes. 

82 — N. E. comer Fulton and Gough. 

83— N. E. corner Octavia and Oak. 

84 — Junction Valencia and Market. 

85 — S. E. comer Laguna and Hayes. 

86 — S. W. comer Oak and Van Ness Avenue 

91— N. E. comer Hyde and Turk. 

92 — S. E. comer Franklin and Turk. 

93 — N. E. comer Jones and Turk. 

94—8. E. comer Polk and Ellis. 

95— N. W. comer Taylor and Golden Gate Avenue 

96— S. W. corner Ellis and Taylor. 

97— S. E. corner McAllister and Polk. 
123— S. W. comer Hyde and Union. 
124— Pioneer Woolen Mills, Black Point. 
125 — N. W. comer Filbert and Jones. 
126 — S. E. comer Hyde and WashLngton. 
127 — S. E. comer Broadway and Polk. 
128 — S. E. comer Clay and Leavenworth. 
129 — N. W. comer Pacific and Leavenworth. 
132— S. W. comer Pine and Mason. 
134— S. E. comer Bush and Hyde. 
135— S. E. corner Bush and Polk. 
136 — N. E. comer Post and Van Ness avenue. 
137 — 8. W. corner Post and Larkin. 
138— S. W. comer California and Larkin. 
139—8. E. comer O'Farrell and Hyde. 
142 — N. E. comer Valencia and Twentieth. 
143— N. E. comer Mission and Twenty-second. 
145 — N. W. comer Folsom and Twenty-second. 
146 — N. E. comer Folsom and Sixteenth. 
147 — N. E. comer Howard and Twentieth. 
148 — N. E. comer Mission and Sixteenth. 
149— J< . E. comer Folsom and Eighteenth. 
162 — N. W. comer Brannan and Eighth. 
153 — N. W. comer Harrison and Seventh. 
154 — N. W. comer Bryant and Sixth. 
156 — N. E. comer Fourth and Berry. 
157 — N. W. comer Folsom and Fourth. 
158— N. W. corner Folsom and Fifth. 
159— N. W. comer Folsom and Sixth. 
162 — 8. E. corner Pacific and Franklin. 
163— S. E. corner Sacramento and Franklin. 



164— S. E. comer Clay and Polk. 

172-8. E. corner McAllister and Buchanan. 

173— S. W. corner Ellis and Buchanan. 

174— N. E. corner Turk and Fillmore. 

175 — N. E. comer Grove and Webster. 

176— N. W. corner Post and Octavia. 

178 — N. W. corner Buchanan and Geary. 

182— N. E. corner Sixth and Townsend. 

183—8. E. corner Mission and Eighth. 

184— Folsom, east of Eighth. 

185 — N. E. corner Tenth and Harrison. 

192— S. W. corner Francisco and Mason. 

193—8. W. corner Hyde and Chestnut. 

194— N. W. comer Stockton and Francisco. 

213— S. W. corner Bush and Buchanan. 

214— S. E. corner Bush and Steiner. 

215— S. W. comer Washington and Webster. 

216— S. E. comer Sacramento and Fillmore. 

217-8. E. corner Bush and Devisadero. 

218 — N. E. corner Post and Fillmore. 

219— S. E. corner Filbert and Fillmore. 

231- N. W. corner Howard and Twenty-fourth. 

234— N. W. comer Harrison and Twenty-fourth. 

235— S. W. Twenty-second and Potrero Avenue 

236— N. E. corner Mission and Twenty-sixth. 

237—8. W. corner Twenty-second and Dolores. 

238— N. E. comer Santa Clara and Potrero avenue. 

239 — N. W. corner Butte and Columbia. 

241 — 8. E. corner Gough and Bush. 

243— N. W. corner Clay and Scott. 

245— S. W. comer Geary and Steiner. 

246 — S. E. corner Geary and Devisadero. 

247— N. W. corner Turk and Scott. 

248 — N. E. corner Devisadero and Fulton. 

251 — N. E. corner Broadway and Octavia 

253 — N. E. corner Union and Laguna 

254 — N. E. corner Union and Pierce. 

256 — 8. E. corner Fillmore and Pacific. 

261 — S. W. corner Stevenson and Ecker. 

263— N. E. comer Main and Bryant. 

264— N. E. corner California and Front. 

271 — S. W. corner Seventeenth and Church. 

273 — Eighteenth, east of Castro. 

274 — N.W. corner Twenty-fourth and Guerrero. 

275 — Comer Twenty-fourth and Church. 

276 — S. W. corner Valencia and Eighteenth. 

281 — San Bruno Road and Twenty-eighth. 

283 — Corner Twenty-eighth and Church. 

284 — Comer Twenty-ninth and Mission. 

285— S. W. corner Twenty-fifth and Florida. 

286 — N. E. corner Twenty-fouith and York. 

291— S. W. corner Jones and Vallejo. 

312 — N. E. comer Jackson and Laguna. 

314 — S. E. corner California and Laguna. 

321 — S. E. corner Pierce and California. 

324 — S. E. corner Sacramento and Broderick. 

325-8. E. corner California and Central avenue. 

326 — S. E. corner Sutter and Baker. 

327— N. W. corner Geary and Boyce. 

341 — S. W. corner Ellis and Pierce. 

342— S. E. corner Golden Gate Avenue and Octavia. 

351— N. W. corner Montgomery and Broadway. 

352— North Point Sea Wall. 

361 — S. E. corner Kidley and Guerrero. 

362— N. W. corner Noe and Fifteenth. 

364— S. E. corner Howard and Fourteenth. 

371 — N. E. corner Sutter and Mason. 

372 — S. E. corner Post and Leavenworth. 

.381-8. E. comer Haight and Buchanan. 

382— N. W. comer Fillmore and Waller. 

384 — N. E. corner Webster and Oak. 

385-8. E. corner Haight and Scott. 

SOUTH SAN FBANCISCO BRANCH. 

2— Twenty-eighth and San Bruno Road. 

3— N. E. comer Honduras and Kentucky. 

4— S. W. corner Teneriffe and St. John. 

5 — E. side Kentucky, bet Sierra and Nevada. 

6-8. W. corner Butte and Kentucky. 

7—8. W. corner Yazoo and St. Thomas 
DiBECTioNs FOR Key-holders. — Upou the discov- 
ery of a fire near your signal-box, turn the crank 
steadily to the right, forty times, then wait a few 
moments, and if you hear no alarm on the large 
bells, turn as before. If you still hear no alarm, go 
to the next box and give the alarm from that. Never 
open the box or touch the crank except in case of 
fire. Never signal for a fire seen at a distance. Do 
not give an alarm for a burning chimney. Be sure 
your box is locked before leaving it. Upon a second 






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alarm being struck for the Bame fire it will be con- 
sidered a general alarm. Second alarms will be 
turned in only by order of the Chief Engineer or his 
Assistants. 

Keys of the signal boxes are deposited in the vicin- 
ity of each box, at such places as are indicated upon 
cards placed thereon. 

The signal boxes in use consist of ninety-two crank 
boxes and eighty-four automatic boxes. An alarm 
from an automatic box is given by pulling down the 
hook once and letting go, unerring mechanism doing 
the rest. 

Complaints concerning the working of the Fire 
Alarm Telegraph, irregular striking of the bells and 
gongs, broken wires, etc.. should in all cases be made 
at the Fire Alarm Office, Brenham Place. 

In case of tumult or riot, whereby the services of 
the Police force are required, an alarm will be given, 
consisting of ten strokes upon the bells and gongs, 
repeated five times, which will be a signal for the Po- 
lice to assemble at the old City Hall. This alarm will 
be given only by order of the Mayor or Chief of 
Police. 

The telegraph apparatus consists of about one hun- 
dred and twenty miles of wire, divided into nineteen 
circuits, of which twelve are signal circuits, or cir- 
cuits running to the signal boxes. Alarm gongs are 
located in the different Engine, Hook and Ladder, and 
Hose houses, each connected with the Central Office by 
the fire alarm circuits and eight alarm bells for striking 
the alarm box, located as follows: One on the Hall of 
the Exempt Fire Co., one on the Engine House on Sixth 
street, one on the Engine House on Stockton street, 
one on the Engine House on Second street, one on the 
Engine House on California street, one on the Engine 
House on Sixteenth street, one on the Engine House 
on Bryant street, and one on the Engine House on Pa- 
cific street. The bells and gongs are each struck at 
the same time by electrical machinery. 



Fire Department, 



The Paid Fire Department of the City and County 
of San Francisco was organized December 3, 1866. 

The present force consists of three hundred and 
three officers and m«n (including the Board of En- 
gineers, the Clerk and Messenger of the Board of Fire 
Commissioners, the Veterinary Surgeon, and employ- 
ees at the Corporation Yard) , fourteen steamers, to 
each of which is attached a hose reel, seven hose 
carriages, and four hook and ladder trucks ; 
^Iso six steamers, four hose reels, and one 
hook and ladder truck in reserve at the Cor- 
poration Yard, the condition of which is as fully kept 
up to the standard required as that of the apparatus 
in active service. Each steamer and hook and ladder 
truck is drawn by two horses, and the hose carriages 
by one each. Number of horses in the Department, 
seventy-one. Amount of hose in use twenty-four thou- 
sand feet, all of which is carbolized. Number of hy- 
drants, one thousand four hundred and eighteen 
available for the purpose of extinguishing fires ; num- 
ber of cisterns, fifty-five, in good order ; total ca- 
pacity, two million eleven thousand eight hundred 
and fifty-six gallons. 

Expenditures for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 
1884.— Salaries, $207,060 00 ; running expenses, $33,- 
479 06; purchase of material, $37,153 87, included in 
which was one new steamer, $4,480 20, one new Hook 
and Ladder, $2,200 00, and 10,000 feet of hose, $12- 
500 00. Total cost of department, $296,873 13. 

Board of Fere Commissionebs. — Frank G. Edwards, 
President; Gordon E. Sloss. Samuel Neuman, Fred. C. 
Siebe and John Mason. E. B. Vreeland, Clerk ; George 
W. L. Post, Messenger. 

Officers. — David Scannell, Chief Engineer ; James 
Riley, Assistant Chief Engineer ; A. C. Imbrie, John 
McCarthy, Thomas Sands and Geo.W. Kennard, Assis- 
ant Engineers ; Samuel Kainey, Superintendent of 
Steamers ; John W. Eeilly, Assistant Superintendent 



of Steamers ; Peter Burns, Veterinary Surgeon ; Will- 
iam Eyre, Corporation Yard Clerk ; Charles A. Lyons, 
Corporation Yard Drayman ; George Maxwell and 
Dennis Sullivan, Hydrantmen; John Wills, Carpen- 
ter ; H. H. Gorter, Substitute Engineer and Machinist; 
Cornelius Guinee, Corporation Yard Watchman. 

Ste-vmeb No. 1. — Located 419 Pacific street. Com- 
pany organized December 3, 1866. Engine, Amoskeag. 
second class ; size of cylinder, six and a half inches ; 
length of stroke, ten inches ; capacity, four hundred 
gallons per minute ; weight, six thousand five hun- 
dred pounds. Foreman, John Hewston. 

Steamer, No. 2 — Located 412 Bush street. Com- 
pany organized December 3, 1866. Engine, Amoskeag, 
second class ; cylinders, six and a half inches ; length 
of stroke, ten inches ; capacity, four hundred gallons 
per minute ; weight, six thousand pounds. Fore- 
man, Richard Downing. 

Steamer, No. 3. — Located on the south side of Cali- 
fornia street, between Leavenworth and Hyde. Com- 
pany organized December 3, 1866. Engine, Amos- 
keag, third class ; cylinders, seven and a half inches ; 
length of stroke, ten inches ; capacity, three hundred 
gallons per minute ; weight, five thousand five hun- 
dred pounds. Foreman, M. J. Dolan. 

Steamer, No. 4. — Located 144 Second street. Com- 
pany organized December 3, 1866. Engine, Amos- 
keag, second class ; cj-linder, six and a half inches ; 
length of stroke, ten inches ; capacity, four hundred 
gallons per minute ; weight, six thousand five hundred 
pounds. Foreman, Patrick Curran. 

Steamer, No. 5. — Located 1219 Stockton street. 
Company organized December 3, 1866. Engine, Amos- 
keag, third class ; cylinders, seven and a half inches ; 
length of stroke, ten inches ; capacity, three hundred 
gallons per minute ; weight, five thousand five 
hundred pounds. Foreman, John J. Mahoney. 

Steamer, No. 6. — Located 311 Sixth street. Com- 
pany organized December 3, 1866. Engine, Amos- 
keag, second class ; cylinders, six and a half inches ; 
length of stroke, ten inches ; capacity, four hundred 
gallons per minute ; weight, six thousand pounds. 
Foreman, John Dougherty. 

Steamer, No. 7.— Located on the north side of Six- 
teenth street, between Valencia and Guerrero. Com- 
pany organized April 15, 1868. Engine, Amoskeag, 
second class ; cylinder, eight and a half inches ; 
length of stroke, twelve inches ; capacity, four hun- 
dred gallons per minute : weight, six thousand 
pounds. Foreman, James O'Neil. 

Steamer, No. 8. — Located Pacific avenue, between 
Polk and Van Ness avenue. Company organized June 
1, 1869. Engine, Kimball, third class ; cylinder, 
seven and a half inches ; length of stroke, ten inches ; 
capacitj', three hundred gallons per minute ; weight, 
four thousand pounds. Foreman, James Grady. 

Steamer, No. 9..— Located 320 Main street. Com- 
pany organized October 30, 1873. Engine, Amoskeag, 
second class ; cylinder, six and a half inches ; length 
of stroke, ten inches : capacity, four hundred gallons 
per minute ; weight, six thousand pounds. Foreman, 
John W. Welch. 

Steamer, No. 10. — Located on Bryant street, be- 
tween Third and Fourth. Company organized Febru- 
ary, 1873. Engine, Amoskeag, second class : cylinder, 
six and a half inches, length of stroke, ten inches ; 
capacity, four hundred gallons per minute ; weight, 
six thousand pounds. Foreman, Bernard A. Rawle. 

Steamer, No. 11. — Located on Fourteenth avenue, 
between Railroad avenue and N street. South San 
Francisco. Company organized June, 1874. Engine, 
Amoskeag, second class : cylinder, eight and a half 
inches; length of stroke, twelve inches; capacity, 
four htindred gallons per minute ; weight, six thou- 
sand pounds. Foreman, C. J. Gillen. 

Steamer No. 12. — Located southwest comer of 
Drumm and Commercial streets. Company organ- 
ized September, 1879. Engine, Amoskeag. first class ; 



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cylinders, eight inchee ; length of stroke, twelve 
Inches ; capacity, six hundred gallons per minute ; 
weight, nine thousand pounds. Foreman, John 
Laveroni . 

Steameb No. 13.— Located Valencia street, between 
Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets. Foreman, 
Thomas Cavanagh. 

Steamer No. 14. — Located south side of McAllister, 
between Buchanan and Webster streets. Enpciue, 
Amoskcag, second class. Foreman, J. E. Littleheld. 

Hose, No.l. — Located 112 Jackson street. Company 
organized December 3, 18C6. Foreman, Charles Toll. 

Hose, No. 2. — Located on Post street, near Fillmore. 
Company organized December 3, 186G. Foreman, 
Cornelius Shine. 

Hose, No. 3.— Located on Folsom street, near 
Twenty-second. Company organized December 3, 
18t>6. Foreman, Isaac V. Denniston. 

Hose, No. 4.— Located 1802 Stockton street. Com- 
pany organized December 3, 1866. Foreman, James 
Derham. 

Hose, No. 5. — Located on the south side of Market 
street, between Tenth and Eleventh. Company or- 
ganized December 3, 1866. Foreman, James Eiley. 

Hose, No. 7. — Located on Tennessee street, between 
Sierra and Napa. Company organized February 1, 
1879. Foreman, M. McCoy. 

Hose, No. 8. — Located on Filbert street, between 
Fillmore and Webster. Company organized February 
1, 1879. Foreman, Ira J. Casebolt. 

Hose, No. 9. — (Fireboat, Governor Irwin) . Located 
Broadway Wharf, foot of Broadway. Organized 1878. 
Foreman, Thomas Coleman. 

Hook .\.nd Laddeb, No. 1. — Located 22 O'Farrell 
street. Company organized December 3, 1866. Fore- 
man, A. Rissland. 

Hodk and Ladder, No. 2. — Located 627 Broad- 
way, Company organized December 3, 1866. Fore- 
man — John O'Brien. 

Hook and Ladder, No. 3. — Located on the south 
side of Market street, between Tenth and Eleventh. 
Company organized November, 1874. Foreman, 
George T. Silvey. 

Hook and Ladder, No. 4.— Located on the north 
side of Pacific street, between Jones and Leaven- 
worth. Company organized April, 1877. Foreman, 
James W. Kentzell. 



Fire Patrol. 



Established in May, 1875, by the Board of Fire Un- 
derwriters. It is conducted on the same principle 
as the one in successful operation iu New York City. 
The apparatus consists of wagons carrying rubber 
covers, fire extinguishers, ladders, and other appli- 
ances for extinguishing fires, saving life, and protect- 
ing property from damage by water. The force con- 
sists of fourteen men including the Captain, who are 
on duty day and night. There are two stations. No. 
1, located southwest comer of Stevenson and Ecker 
streets, and No. 2, north side of Grove, between Lar- 
kin and Polk streets. Telegraph wires extend from 
Station No. 1 to the office of the American District 
Telegraph Co.. and also to the Palace and Grand Hotels. 

Station No. 1.— Members.— Bussell White, Captain ; 
Charles H. Okell, Lieutenant ; Christopher Lee, X. D. 
Yost, O. P. Huntress, James Igo, J. Cavanaugh.Harry 
Nash, F. W. Brown and George W. Lake. Privates. 

Station No. 2. — Members. — John F. O. Comstock, 
Lieutenant ; W. T. Thoney. William Horn, F. Drum- 
mond and James Maloney, Privates. 

FraE Marshal. — John L. Durkee (appointed by the 
Board of Underwriters) . George W. Harrison, Dep- 
uty. Office, old City Hall, first floor, room 21. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 



The free public schools of San Francisco are the 
pride of the citizens, and their efficiency attract many 
families to reside in the city in order that their child- 
ren may reap the advantages they offer. The first 
English school was established in April, 18^7, with 
about thirty pupils, taught by a Mr. Marston, who is, 
therefore, the pioneer teacher of the city. Late In 
ihe same year the citizens organized a public school, 
and erected a building on the southwest corner of the 
Plaza, now Portsmouth Square. In April, 1849, the 
Common Council established a public school, and 
John C. Pelton and wife were employed as teachers, 
and this was the beginning of the system which has 
continued to the present time. During the fiscal.year 
ending June 30, 1884, there were 61 schools, employing 
714 teachers, and having an enrolled attendance of 41,- 
942 pupils, of whom 22,283 were boys, and 19,659 girls. 
By the report of the School Census Marshal, June 30, 
1884, the number of youth in the city under seventeen 
years of age is 62,880. The number between five and sev- 
enteen who are entitled to draw school money is 63,029, 
an increase of 4,968 for the year. The number attend- 
ing private and church schools only, during the year 
(not including Chinese) was 46,815, an increase during 
the year of 2,560. The number between five and sev- 
enteen years of age (not including Chinese) who 
have not attended school at any time during the 
year was 16,169, an increase from the preceding year of 
2,363. The last exhibit — of children not attending 
any school — is worthy of note. The enrollment at 
the different schools was as follows : High schools — 
Boys, 526 ; girls, 8.50 ; total, 1,376. Grammar schools, 
including some Primary grades — Boys, 6,755 ; girls, 
7,357 ; total, 14,112. Primary schools, including some 
Grammar grades — Boys, 12,429 ; girls, 11,103; total, 
23,532. Evening schools— Boys, 2,573; girls, 349; 
total, 2,922. The financial condition of the Depart- 
ment is represented as follows : The city tax for 
school purposes in the year 1883-84 was .1048 cents on 
each $100. The total income, including cash on band 
at the beginning of the year was $774,253 46, a de- 
crease from last year of $46,791 54. The expenditures 
were $797,452 23 ; increase for the year of $6,277 24. 
Cost of instruction per pupil, based on the enroll- 
ment, and excluding expenditures for buildings, 
$18 70. The amount paid teachers' salaries, $657,. 
824 43 ; an increase from the preceding year of $19,- 
186 90. 

EVENING SCHOOLS.— Mr. Joseph O'Connor, In- 
spector of Evening Schools, reports the number of 
pupils enrolled during the year at 2,922. Average 
daily attendance,' 1,121 ; average number belonging 
to Evening Schools, 1,246. The terms and holidays 
are the same as those of the day schools. The studies 
are reading, arithmetic, penmanship and composi- 
tion or letter-writing, bookkeeping, industrial draw- 
ing, mathematics, etc. There are two Spanish classes 
which receive lessons alternate evenings, from tw;o 
teachers appointed for that purpose. The total num- 
ber of classes now in the schools are twenty-eight. 
The Evening Schools are held at the Lincoln, Mis- 
sion, Haight and Washington Schools. 

SCHOOL HOUSES.— The total number of build- 
ings used by the Department is 68, of which 65 are 
owned by the city and 3 rented. Of those owned by 
the Department, 6 are of brick and 62 are of wood. 
The amount paid for rented rooms was $4,783. 



LOCATION OF SCHOOLS ; NTTKBEB OF PUPILS ENROLLED 
AND AVERAGE ATTENDANCE OF PtJPILS IN THE 
SCHOOtS, MAT, 1882. 

BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL.— Location, north side Sut- 
ter street, between Gough and Octavia. Pupils en. 
rolled, 279 ; average attendance, 273. 

GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL.— Location, north side 
Bush street, between Hyde and Larkin. Pupils en- 
rolled, 803; average attendance, 7.50. Branch Girls' 
High School, east side Powell street, near Clay. 

BROADWAY GRAMMAR SCHOOL. — Location, 
north side Broadway street, between Powell and 
Mason. Pupils enrolled, 771 ; average attendance, 685. 



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CLEMENT GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, Geary 
street, between Jones and Leavenworth. Pupils en- 
rolled, 788 ; average attendance, 721. 

COLOMBIA STREET GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Loca- 
tion, Columbia street, between Twenty-fifth and 
Twenty-sixth. Pupils enrolled, 650 ; average attend- 
ance, 555. 

DENMAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, north- 
west corner Bush and Taylor streets. Pupils enrolled, 
870 ; average attendance, 808. 

FRANKLIN GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, east 
side Eighth street, between Harrison and Bryant. 
Pupils enrolled, 992 ; average attendance, 907. 

HAIGHT PRIMARY SCHOOL —Location, west 
side Mission street, between Twenty-fifth and Twenty- 
sixth. Pupils enrolled, 603 ; average attendance, 551. 

HAMILTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, south 
side Geary street, near Pierce. Pupils enrolled, 691 ; 
average attendance, 641. 

HAYES VALLEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, 
north Bide McAllister street, between Franklin and 
Gongh. Pupils enrolled, 980 ; average attendance, 
897. 

LINCOLN GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, east 
side Fifth street, near Market. Pupils enrolled, 
1,187 ; average attendance, 1,088. 

MISSION GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, Mission 
street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth. Pupils en- 
rolled, 745 ; average attendance, 690. 

NORTH COSMOPOLITAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— 
Location, north side Filbert street, between Jones 
and Taylor. Pupils enrolled, 609 ; average attend- 
ance, 563. 

RINCON GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, Silver 
street, between Second and Third . Pupils enrolled, 
576 ; average attendance, 521. 

SOUTH COSMOPOLITAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— 
Location, Eddy street, between Polk and Van Ness 
Avenue. Pupils enrolled, 1,U72; average attendance, 
1,014. 

SPRING VALLEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Loca- 
tion, south side Broadway street, between Larkin and 
Polk. Pupils enrolled, 833 ; average attendance, 751. 

WASHINGTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, 
southwest corner Washington and Mason streets. 
Pupils enrolled, 602 ; average attendance, 548. 

BERNAL HEIGHTS PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Loca- 
tion, Cortland avenue, near Moultrie. Pupils enrolled, 
156 ; average attendance, 132. 

EIGHTH STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Loca- 
tion, east side Eighth street, between Harrison and 
Bryant. Pupils enrolled, 820 ; average attendance, 753. 

EMERSON PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, north- 
east corner Pine and Scott streets. Pupils enrolled, 
476 ; average attendance, 429. 

EWING PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, north side 
Harrison street, between Fourth and Fifth. Pupils 
enrolled, 1,275 ; average attendance, 1,140. 

GARFIELD PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, north 
side Union street, between Montgomery and Kearny. 
Pupils enrolled, 554 ; average attendance, 491. 

GOLDEN GATE PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, 
north side Golden Gate Avenue, between Pierce and 
Scott. Pupils enrolled, 457 ; average attendance, 431. 

GRANT PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, Golden 
Gate Avenue, between Leavenworth and Hyde. Pu- 
pils enrolled, 749 ; average attendance, 635. 

GREENWICH STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Loca- 
tion, south sitie Gi eenwich street, between Jones 
and Leavenworth. Pupils enrolled, 671 ; average at- 
tendance 607. 

HAYES VALLEY PRIMARY SCHOOL.- Location, 
north side Grove street, between Larkin and Polk, 
Pupils enrolled, 600; average attendance, 646. 



IRVING PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, north side 
Broadway street, between Montgomery and Sansome. 
Pupils enrolled, 485 ; average attendance, 417. 

HASTINGS PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, north 
side Jackson street, between Webster and Fillmore. 
Pupils enrolled, 506 ; average attendance, 403. 

LINCOLN PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, east side 
Fifth street, near Market. Pupils enrolled, 1,257 ; av- 
erage attendance, 1.104. 

LOMBARD STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Loca- 
tion, north side Lombard street, between Baker and 
Broderick. Pupils enrolled, 128 ; average attend- 
ance, 102. 

MISSION PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, west side 
Mission street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth. Pu- 
pils enrolled, 714; average attendance, 654. 

NOE AND TEMPLE STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL. 
Location, southeast corner Noe and Temple streets. 
Pupils enrolled, 523 ; average attendance, 473. 

REDDING PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, south- 
west corner Pine and Larkin streets. Pupils enrolled, 
610 ; average attendance, 543. 

POINT LOBOS PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, 
■Point Lobos avenue, near Nineteenth avenue. Pupils 
enrolled, 88,; average attendance, 75. 

SOUTH COSMOPOLITAN PRIMARY SCHOOL.— 
Location, south side Bush street, near Stockton. Pu- 
pils enrolled, 851 ; average attendance, 771. 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO SCHOOL.— Location, 
Fourteenth avenue, near L street. Pupils enrolled, 
558 ; average attendance, 452. 

POTRERO PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, east 
side Minnesota, between Sierra and Napa streets. 
Pupils enrolled, 418; average attendance, 361. 

POWELL STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Loca- 
tion, west side Powell street, between Washington 
and Jackson. Pupils enrolled, '525; average attend- 
ance, 468. 

SANCHEZ STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL.- Loca- 
tion, Sanchez street, between Fifteenth and Six- 
teenth. Pupils enrolled, 542 ; average attendance, 474. 

SHOTWELL STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Loca- 
tion , east side Shotwell street, between Twenty-second 
and Twenty-third. Pupils enrolled, 500 ; average at- 
tendance, 433. 

SILVER STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, 
north side Silver street, between Second and Third. 
Pupils enrolled, 852 ; average attendance, 765. 

SPRING VALLEY PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, 
south side of Union street, between Franklin and 
Gough. Pupils enrolled, 325; average attendance, 282. 

STARR KING PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location. Bry- 
ant street, near Sixth. Pupils enrolled, 740 ; average 
attendance, 626. 

TEHAMA PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, south 
side Tehama street, near First. Pupils enrolled, 
751 ; average attendance, 653. 

TURK STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, 
south side Turk street, between Webster and Bu- 
chanan. Pupils enrolled, 723 ; average attendance, 
653. 

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UNION PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, northwest 
corner Filbert and Kearny streets. Pupils enrolled, 
461 ; average attendance, 407. 

VALENCIA STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Loca- 
tion, east side Valencia street, between Twenty-second 
and Twenty-third. Pupils enrolled, 973 ; average 
attendance, 935. 

WEST MISSION STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL. 
Lacation, West Mission street. between Hermann and 
Ridley. Pupils enrolled, 662 ; average attendance, 589. 

BUENA VISTA SCHOOL.— Location, York street, 
between Solano and Butte. Pupils enrolled, 168; av- 
erage attendance, 139. 



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COLLEGES AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS. 



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Colleges and Private Schools. 



FAIUMOlfNT SCHOOL.— Location, Cheuery street, 
ne»r Randall. Pupils enrolled, 41<); average attend- 
ance, 363. 

LAGUNA HONDA SCHOOL.— Location, Eighth av- 
enue and R, near Liigiiua Honda. Pupils enrolled, 
TO ; average attendance, 62. | 

L0B08 .WENUE SCHOOL.— Location, Point Lobos | 
ftvenue, ne.sr Parker avenue. Pupils enrolled, 187 ; 
attendance, 168. 

OCEAN HOUSE SCHOOL.- Location, Sau Migiiel 
Road, near Ocean House Road. Pupils enrolled, 42; 
average attendance, 39. 

SOUTH END SCHOOL.— Location Williams street, 
near Henry. Pupils enrolled, 132 ; average attend- 
ance, 117. 

WEST END SCHOOL.— Location, San Jose Road, 
near Six-Mile House. Pupils enrolled, 101 ; average 
attendance, 8t>. 

HARRISON STREET UNGRADED SCHOOL.— Lo- 
cation, Hnrrison street, between Tenth and Eleventh. 
Pupils enrolled, 63 ; average attendance, 49. 

JACKSON STREET EXPERIMENTAL (KINDER- 
GARTEN) .—Location, No. 116 Jackson street. Pupils 
enrolled, 35 ; average attendance, 29. 

UNION STREET EXPERIMENTAL (KINDER- 
GARTEN) .—Location. No. 512 Union. Pupils en- 
rolled, 41 ; average attendance, 38. 

EVENING SCHOOLS.— Location, Lincoln School, 
Mission School, Haight School, and Washington 
Grammar School. Pupils enrolled, 1,381 ; average 
attendance, 1,091. 

COMMERCIAL HIGH SCHOOL.— Location, Powell 
street, near Clay. Pupils enrolled, 110 ; average at- 
tendance, 102 

MOULDER PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, corner 
Page and Gough streets. Pupils enrolled, 464 ; aver- 
age attendance, 383 

FIVE-MILE SCHOOL.— Location, near Five-Mile 
House, Sau Jos6 Road. Pupils enrolled, 90 ; average 
attendance, 75. 

Sixty-one schools, exclusive of Evening Schools. 



Notwithstanding the excellence of the free public 
schools of the city and State, their exemption from 
direct cost to the pupil or parent, and the great in- 
terest taken in them by the public as the nurse and 
strength of our free institutions, culleges and private 
schools of great wealth, popularity and importance 
rise and prosper. That such institutions exist, show 
the great interest taken In educational matters. The 
public and private systems are rivals, each stimulat- 
ing the other, and setting examples of enterprise, 
mauagemeut, salaries, edifices, progress and standard 
of schol.irships. There are in San Francisco about 
one hundri d private schools, in which term are in- 
cluded the select school of a few pupils, the semina- 
rips, commercial schools, academies, convent schools, 
and collegi'S, with their thousand students. The 
Census Marshal reported the number of youth at- 
tending private and church sihools in this city in 
June, 18^4 mot including Chinese) at 7,780. Many of 
the private scho"ls having edifices of great capacity, 
cost and grand architectural appearance. 

SACRI D HEART COLLEGE.— The Sacred Heart 
College, located on the corner of Eddy and Larkin 
streets, is a wooden structure of three high stories 
and basi'iiient, and covering a large portiim of the 
block. This is conducted by the " Christian Broth- 
ers," under the direction of Brother I ianan. The 
numb< r of students is 700. The object of this insti- 
tution is to give a thoroughly Christian and secular 
education, embracing the classical, scientific and 
commercial courses. 



SACRED HEART PRESENTATION CONVENT.— 
The Sacred Heart Presentation Convent is a fine brick 
building of ample proportions, located at the comer 
of Taylor and Ellis streets. This is a chartered col- 
lege by act of the Legislature and empowered to con- 
fer graduating certificates. The school is free of 
charge to all denominations. It was opened on the 
24tb of May, 1869, and the number of pui^ils increas- 
ing, made it necessary to enlarge the building, and In 
1870 the portion fronting on Ellis street was added. 
Later on a wing within the enclosure was built, to 
afford more ample facilities for the improvement of 
pupils in music, needlework, painting, drawing, etc. 
The institution contains 600 pupils, and is under the 
charge of Mother Mary Ignatius McDermot. 

ST. IGNATIUS COLLEGE.— The St. Ignatius Col- 
lege located on the west side of Van Ness avenue, 
and extending from Hayes to Grove streetiS, ranks 
among the oldest and most prominent of the colleges 
of Sau Francisco, oiDening for the reception of stu- 
dents on October 15, 1855. It was incorporated under 
the law of the State April 30, 18.59, and empowered to 
confer degrees and academical honors. The number 
of students usually in attendance is upwards of 600, 
with a staff of 27 professors and teachers. The col- 
lege edifice consists of two main buildings, connected 
by siiacious corridors. On the corner of Grove and 
Van Ness aveuiie, the first two stories are used for 
class and lecture-rooms, and the two upper floors as 
an exhibition hall. The college will accommodate 
twelve hundred students. The church and college 
combined front two hundred and ninety feet on Hayes 
street, and runs through to Grove street, a depth of 
two hundred and seventy-five feet. It is one of the 
largest and most magnificent edifices the city ocntains. 

ST. MARY'S COLLEGE.— The St. Mary's College 
located on the east side of Mission street, or County 
Road, about four miles from the City Hall, is repre- 
sented as in a flourishing condition. It is one of the 
oldest colleges on the coast, and has been under the 
management of the Christian Brothers since 1863. 
During the last year there were about 250 students in 
attendance. 

UNIVERSITY (CITY) COLLEGE.— The Univesity 
(City) College, Rev. James Matthews, DD., principal, 
is located on the south side of Haight street, between 
Lacuna and Octavia. It was founded in 18.59. Al- 
though having a nominal connection with the Pres- 
byterian Church, the institution is not under ecclesi- 
astical control, and is unsectarian in its character. 
The course of study at present prescribed, extends but 
little further than is needful to fit pupils for entering 
with advantage a college or university course. The 
course of study will be extended as rapidly as the 
students can be prepared for it, and the trustees can 
provide the means of maintaining a competent 
Faculty. 

COOPER MEDICAL COLLEGE.— Located corner of 
Sacramento and Webster streets. This college is the 
successor of the Medical College of the Pacific. Its 
handsome building was erected in 1882 by Prof. L. C. 
Lane, and named in honor of the late Prof. E. 8. 
Cooper. Its Faculty consists of Jos. O. Hirschfelder, 
M. D., Professor of Principles and Practice of Medi- 
cine ; L. C. Lane, M. D., Professor of Surgery, and 
President ; C. N. EUinwood, M. D., Professor of 
Physiology ; A. Barkan. M. D., Professor of Ophthal- 
mology and Otology ; Jos. H. Wythe, M. D., Professor 
of Microscopy nnd Histology; Henry Gibbons, Jr., M. 
D., Professorof Obstetrics, etc., and Dean; William 
A. Douglass, M. D., Professor of Clinical Surgery : 
Jos. O. Hirs' hfelder, M. D., Professor of Clinical 
Medicine ; Clinton Cusbing, M.D., Professor of Gyne- 
cology ; W. D. Johnston, M. D., Professor of Chemis- 
try and Toxiccd'gy ; R. H. Plummer, M. D., Professor 
of Anat'>my; Charles H. Steele, M. D., Profpssor of 
Materia Medica and Therapeutics ; John F. Morse. M. 
D.. Adjunct to Chair of Clinical Surgery ; W. S. Whit- 
well, M. D., Adjunct to Chair of Obstetrics ; Chas. 
E. Farnum, M. D.. Demonstrator of Anatomy. A. A. 
Abrams, M. D., Demonstrator of Pathology. Winter 
and summer courses of lectures are given yearly. 
The summer is the regular course. Three regular 
Courses of lectures re required, together with dissec- 
tions and attendance upon clinics. The regular 
course begins on the first Monday in June ; the inter- 
mediate on the second Monday in January. For par- 



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ticulare inquire of Henry Gibbons, Jr., M. D., Dean. 
Office, 920 Polk street. 

THE HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE OF 
S.AN FRANCISCO.— Incorporated January 20, 1881. 
This College opened its first regular session at the Col - 
lege Building on Haight street, June 3d, 1884. The 
plan of study includes a three-year graded curri- 
culum. Provided with ample facilities for clinical 
teaching, in a Dispensary connected with the College, 
the Homoeopathic Hospital and all the public hos- 
pitals of San Francisco, the Faculty will aim to make 
the course of instruction thorough and practical in 
all the subjects pertaining to a high standard in 
medical science. Its officers are: J. N. Eckel, 
M. D., President; W. E. Ledyard, secretary; J. A. 
Albertson, Treasurer. Its Faculty consists of J. N. 
Eckel, M. D., Professor of Paedology; S. Worth, M. 
D., Professor of Theory and Practice: 0. B. Currier, 
M. D., Professor of Diseases of the Throat, Heart 
and Lungs; William Boericke, M. D., Professor of 
Nervous Diseases; W. E. Ledyard. B. A., M. B., M. 
B. C. S., Engl., Professor of Clinical Medicine ; A. 
McNeil, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica ; G. H. 
Palmer, M. D., andF. E. J. Canney, M. D., Professors 
of Surgery; H. C. French, M. D., Professor of 
Ophthalmic and Aural Surgery and Diseases of the 
Eye and Ear ; A. C. Peterson, M. D., Professor of the 
Anatomy, Physiology and Histology of the Eye and 
Ear ; G. M. Pease, M. D., Professor of Gynecology and 
Surgical Diseasesof Women : S. P. Burdick, M.D., and 
E. H. Curtis, M. D., Professors of Descriptive and 
Surgical Anatomy ; W. A. Dewey, M.D., Demonstrator 
of Anatomy ; F. W. Ward, M. D., Professor of Physi- 
ology; M. S. McMahan,M.D., Professor of Pathology; 
E. A. Schreck, Ph. G. Professor of Chemistry, Phar- 
macy, and Toxicology; W. A. Dewey, M.D., Professor 
of Skin and Venereal Diseases. C.B. Currier, M. D., 
Dean. 921 Geary street. 

SAN FRANCISCO THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY.— 
The San Francisco Theological Seminary is located at 
121 Haight street. This institution was organized by 
the Synod of the Pacific of the Presbyterian Church, 
in October, 1871, but is open for students of all de- 
nominations. The qualifications for admission and 
the course of studies are the same as in the oldest 
and best theological schools in the East. It has a 
library of over six thousand volumes. The Facu.ty 
are: Rev. Drs. Biu-rowes and Alexander. Term 
opens September 1st, and closes May 1st of each year. 

CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY.— The 
California College of Pharmacy was incorporated 
August 7, 1872, and affiliated with the University of 
California, June 18, 1873. The aim of the institution 
is to unite the pharmacists and druggists of the Pa- 
cific States in organized efforts to elevate the special 
educational standard of the business of the apothe- 
cary, by cultivating, improving and diffusing the 
principles and practice of legitimate pharmacy ; its 
collateral branches of science and the arts ; the best 
modes of rendering available medicinal agents, by- 
giving instructions in the same and in the art of dis- 
pensing, by a series of lectures and practical demon- 
strations. Lectures are given for a term of six 
months, during each year, at College Building, No. 
113 Fmlton street. 

THE HASTINGS COLLEGE OF THE LAW.— This 
institution, which is in connection with and under 
the auspices of the University of California, owes its 
formation to the munificence of Judge S. C. Hastings, 
who endowed it with a free gift of $100,006. The act 
of the Legislature establishing the College authorizes 
the Board of Supervisors of San Francisco to provide 
suitable rooms in this city, and makes it mandatory 
upon the Law Library Association to extend its bene- 
fits to the students of the College. It is now located 
in the building of the Society of California Pioneers, 
808 Montgomery street. The number of students is 
200. The Faculty are : W. T. Reed, President ; R. P. 
Hastings, Dean ; Charles P. Hastings. Registrar. Of- 
fice of Dean and Registrar, 636 Clay street. 

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY 
OF CALIFORNIA.— The Medical Department of the 
University of California occupy the building formerly 
known as the Toland Medical College, located on the 
east side of Stockton street, between Chestnut and 
Francisco. The building was donated to the Univer- 
sity by the late Dr. H. H. Toland. This is an insti- 



tution of a high character ; the Faculty being com- 
posed of some of the most prominent members of the 
medical profession. The course of studies are the 
same as those pursued in the most prominent col- 
leges of the East and Europe. An annual course of 
lectures are given, commencing on the first Monday 
of February and terminating on the 31st of October. 
R. A. McLean, M. D., Dean. Office 603 Merchant 
street. 

DENTAL DEPARTMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY 
OF CALIFORNIA.— This Department was founded 
by the Board of Regents, under a petition from the 
Medical College, September 7, 1881, with a Faculty 
as follows : William T. Reid, A. M., President of the 
University and ex-officio President of the Faculty; 
Joseph LeConte, M.D., L.L.D., Honory Professor of 
Biology ; L. L. Dunbar, M. D., D. D. P, ., Professor of 
Dental Pathology and Therapeutics ; S.W. Dennis, M. 
D., D. D.. S., Professor of the Principles and Prac- 
tice of Operative Dentistry, Dental Pathology and 
Histology; C. L. Goddard, A. M., D. D. S.. Pro- 
fessor of Mechanical Dentistry; M. W. Fish, M. D., 
Professor of Physiology; A. L. Lengfeld, M. D., Pro- 
fessor of Chemistry; William B. Lewitt, M. D.,Pro. 
fessor of Anatomy ; W. E. Taylor, M. D., Professor of | 
the Principles and Practice of Surgery ; E. O. Coch- 
rane, D. D. S., Clinical Professor of Mechanical Den- 
tistry ; Maurice J. Sullivan, D. D. S., Clinical | 
Professor of Operative Dentistry. In addition 
to the Professors, there are four demonstrators and I 
twelve members on the Clinical Board for clinical \ 
instruction. The preliminary term begins February 
1st and continues until October 30th, annually. S. , 
W. Dennis, M. D., Dean of the Faculty. Office 530- 
Sutter street. ; 

BUSINESS COLLEGES.— Of these there are three 
located as follows : Pacific, 320 Post street ; Heald's, 
24 Post street; Barnard's, 37 Post street. These' 
institutions enjoy a high reputation, as is attested by 
the large number of students in attendance, both from, 
the city and interior. The course of studies embraces 
bookkeeping, penmanship, mathematics, telegraphy, 
and others calculated to prepare the student for com-i 
mercial pursuits. 

ACADEMY OF LANGUAGES.— DeFilippe's, located' 
at 702 Market street, offers every facility for those 
desirous of studying modern languages. The Pro- 
fessor personally superintends the Spanish and* 
French classes, and he has a corps of first-class assist- 
ants to teach any of the other languages that pupils 
may desire to learn. 

In addition to the institutions enumerated above,, 
are many private schools of excellent reputation i 
the most prominent of these are the University 
School, Urban Academy, Zeitska's Institute, Home) 
Institute, Mefret's French and English Institute, 
Academy of Notre Dame, St. Rose Academy and St.| 
Vincent School. 



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Abmx U. S., Division of the Pacific, and Depaki- 
MENT of Califobnia. — Maj.-Geu. John Pope. Conti 
manding ; Capt. Wm. McK. Dunn, Capt. D. M. Taylor, 
Lieut. R. T. Emmet, Aids-de-Camp ; Col. J. C. Kelton^' 
Assistant Adjutant-General; Lieut. -Col. H. M. L»t| 
zelle, Assistant Inspector-General ; Major Williairt! 
Winthrop, Judge Advocate; Col. J. D. Bingham^' 
Deputy Quartermaster-General, Chief Quartermaster: 
Major Michael R. Morgan, Chief Commissary of 
Subsistence ; Lieut.-Col. Basil Norris, Medical Di- 
rector ; Col. E. I. Baily, Surgeon ; Lieut.-Col. G. 
L. Febiger, Deputy Paymaster-General, Chief Pay- 
master; Major Milton B. Adams, Corps of Engi« 
neers. Engineer Officer. Headquarters, Presidio 
Reservation. Major Geo. H. Weeks Quartermasteri 
in charge Q. M. Depot, San Francisco, Cal ; Capt. Cs 
A. Hull, M. S. K., in charge of Clothing Depot ; Captf 
Charles F. Humphrey, Assistant Quartermaster, Depot 
Quartermaster ; Lieut.-Colonel John Moore. Assistant 
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PurcliasiDg and Depot Commissary of Subsistance ; 
offlceB, 36 New Montgomery. 

Army U. 8., Department CALiFOBNiA.--Maj.-Gen. 
John Pope, Commanding (same staff officers as 
under Division), Presidio Reservation; Majors Charles 
J. Sprague, W. E. Creary, and J. S. Witcher, Pay- 
masters ; offices, 36 New Montgomery 

Abmy U. S., U. S. Engineers, Pacific Coast — 
Lieut. -Col. Charles S. Stewart, Senior Engineer, Presi- 
dent Board of Engineers Pacific Coast, and Engineer 
in charge fortifications. Fort Winfield Scott (Fort 
Point) ; Lieut. -Col. Geo. H. Mendell, in charge Alca- 
traz Island, Lime Point, Oakland Harbor Improve- 
ment, Wilmington, and Petaluma Creek ; offices 533 
Kearny street ; Capt. A. H. Payson in charge improve- 
ments Sacramento, San Joaquin and Colorado Rivers 
and Humboldt Bay ; office U. S. Appraisers' Building. 

Board of Examining Surgeons fob Pensioners— 
C. N. Ellinwood, M.D., President; J. M. McNulty, 
M.D. ;aDdL. L. Dorr, M.D. Board meets first Wednes- 
day of each month, at 11 o'clock a. m. ; office, 715 Clay. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey (Western Coast 
Division) — Professor George Davidson, Augustus F. 
Rodgers, Louis A. Sengteller, J. S. Lawson, S. Forney, 
and E. F. Dickens, San Francisco ; Cleveland Rock- 
well, Portland, Dr., J. J. Gilbert, Olympia, W. T., 

B. A. Oolonna and J. F. Pratt, Victoria, B. C, Assist- 
ants. R. A. Marr, San Francisco, Isaac Winston and 
Carlisle Terry, Los Angeles, Sub-Assistants. F. W. 
Mor^e and P. A. Welker, San Francisco, Aids. Ferdi- 
nand Westdahl, San Francisco, Draftsman. Charles 
B.Hill, Clerk. Vicente Denis, Messenger; office, U. S. 
Appraisers' Building. 

Collector of Port — William H. Sears ; office Cus- 
tom House, third floor. 

Court, Circuit. — Stephen J. Field, Presiding Jus- 
tice ; Lorenzo Sawyer, Circuit Judge ; Court Room, U. 
8. Appraisers' Building. 

Court, District — Ogden Hoffman, Judge ; Court 
Room, U. S. Appraisers' Building. 

Court Commissioners— L. S. B. Sawyer, Frank D. 
Moncton, A. D. Grimwood, J. S. Manley, Southard 
Hoffman ; office, U. S. Appraisers' Building ; Charles 
A. Low, 23 Montgomerj' Block ; Nathaniel Holland, 
605 Clay; J. A. Robinson, 509 Montgomery; Theo. 
dore Reichert, 610 Commercial ; Charles J. TTorbert, 
Central Pacific R. R. Building, comer of Fourth and 
Townsend. 

United States Attorney — S. G. Hilborn ; Carroll 
Cook and Ward McAllister, Assistants ; office, U. 8. 
Appraisers' Building. 

Supervising Inspector Steam Vessels — Charles 

C. Bemis ; office, U. S. Appraisers' Building. 

Inspector of Boilers — James Hillman, office, U. 
8. Appraisers' Building. 

Inspector of Hulls— John H. Freeman ; office, TJ. 
8. Appraisers' Building. 

Internal Revenue— Chancellor Hartson, Collector; 
John E. Youngberg, Deputy and Chief Clerk; Andrew 
Jackson, Cashier; C. B. Higby, H. White, Francis 
M. Cooley, E. F. Bean, T. N. Machin, J. Mecklinberg, 
W. C. Dunlop, C. A. Marston, B. C. Hartson, David 
MaoGregor, Milton Wason,W. S. Moore, J. M. Keeler, 
C. H. Livingston, A. F. Learned, P. T. M. Wate, H. C. 
Whittemore, and Frank Easterby, Deputies ; George 
A. Newbold, C. W. Miller, G. S. McCracken. B. C. 
Quigley, E. W. Woolsey, P. D. Browne, G. W. Wilson, 
W. W. Bunker, R. H. Rogers, Isaac Ayre, Hugo Herzer 
and W. M. Macmillan, Gaugers ; Henry B. McNeil, 
Joseph Savage, H. H. Havens, W. R. Steam, Charles 
Maltby. Manfred C. Burnell, J. W. Mandeville, Benja- 
min Haynes, Benj. Hecox, W. L. Phillips, W. S. 
Moore, S. S. Saul, J. Winkler, John Rincke andD. A. 
Morse, Storekeepers ; Miss MoUie Costello, MissC. A. 
JesBup and A. J. Piatt, Clerks ; office, U. S. Ap- 
praisers' Building. 

Land Office— William R. Wheaton, Register; 
Charles H. Chamberlain, Receiver; office, 610 Com- 
mercial street. 

Light House Department, Pacific Coast — Twelfth 



Light House District; Com. John W. Philip, U. 8. N., 
Inspector of the District; Charles H. Thompson, 
Clerk; Captain A. H. Payson, U. S. A., Engineer; 
Temple T. Spotts and C. R. Gutheil, Clerks; John 
O. Brown, Messenger; office, 73-79 U. 8. Appraisers' 
Building. W. H. Sears, Superintendent of Lights; 
office. Custom House; J. A. F. McFarland, Keeper, 
and B. A. Townsend, Assistant, Alcatraz Island; J. 
B. Brown, Keeper, James Anderson, C. A. Paulson 
and F. Brandt, Assistants, Point Bonita ; James Ran- 
kin, Keeper, J. G. Burgstream, Assistant, Fort Win- 
field Scott (Fort Point); Thomas Owen, Keeper. W. 
Young, W. H. Rugg, D. R. Splaine, Assistant-!, South 
Farallone Island: John C. Linne, Keeper, Jno. Webb, 
Assistant, Goat Island; C. F. Winsor, Keeper, Albert 
Tippett, Assistant, East Brother. 

Life Saving Service.— Twelfth District, T. J. 
Blakeney, Superintendent ; office, U. S. Appraisers' 
Building. 

M.\BiNE Hospital, U. S. — John Vansant, M. D., Sur- 
geon; Hospital, Presidio Reservation, near Mountain 
Lake. 

Marine Hospital Service U. S., Pacitio Coast, 
Surgeon-in-Chabge— John Vansant, M. D.; office, U. 
S. Appraisers' Building. 

Marshal, U. S. — Moses M. Drew; Deputies: George 
F. Worth, W. L. McEwen, Horace Bacon, B. J. Aker- 
man, Henry Finnegass, and Charles H. Peterson ; 
office, U .S. Appraisers' Building. 

Mint, U.S. Superintendent of— Edward F. Burton, 
office, northwest corner of Mission and Fifth streets, 

Naval Officer (Port of San Francisco) — Bradley J. 
Watson ; Deputy Naval Officer John Pattison ; office, 
Custom House, second floor. 

Pay Dibectob, U. S. N.— W. W. Williams; office, U. 

S. Appraisers' Building. 

Pension Agent, U. S. Army and Navy — Henry Cox, 
D. D. ; office, 620 Washington street. 

Post Office— J. L. Wilder, Superintendent Rail- 
way Mail Service ; office, Post Office Building ; George 
L. Saybolt, W. A. Robinson, J. O. Culver, Theodore 
F. Tracy, J. J. Murphy and R. Bannerman, Inspectors 
Post Office Department, office. 320 Sansome street ; 
Samuel W. Backus, Postmaster ; office, northwest 
corner of Washington and Battery streets. 

Secret Service Division — Henry Finnegass ; office, 
D. S. Appraisers' Building. 

Shipping CoMMTSsioNER — J. D. Stevenson; office, 603 
Front street. 

Signal Service U. S. A.— Lieut. Robert Craig in 
charge of Pacific Coast, office, 302 Montgomery ; Nelson 
Gorom, Observer, office, 42 Merchants' Exchange. 

SupES\asoR OF Elections, U. S. — District of Cali- 
fornia, Nathaniel Holland (Chief) ; office, U. S. Ap- 
praisers' Building. 

Surveyor- General for California — William H. 
Brown ; office, 610 Commercial street. 

Surveyor Port — John M. Morton ; office. Custom 
House, second floor. 

Treasurer U. S., Assistant— Nathan W. Spanld- 
ing; office, 610 Commercial street. 

Treasury Department U. S., Special Agent — 
Joseph F. Evans ; office, U. S. Appraiser's Building. 



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610 COMMERCIAL STREET. 

Office hours from nine o'clock a. m. to three o'clock 
p. M. 
W. H. BROWN, Surveyor-General. 

Theodore Reichert, Chief Clerk; Joseph R. Mau- 
ran, Chief Draftsman; Casimir Bielawski, J. H. 
Wildes, J. U. B. Goggin, T. D. Beasley, J. W. D. Jen- 
sen, R. B. Symington, Julius Von Schmidt. J. C. Hen- 
kenius, Franz M. Goldstein, 0. E. Hayes, Charles 
E. Uren, S. P. Babcock, R. Gibbons and I. F. Fiala, 
Draftsmen ; John R. Maginess, Bookkeeper ; Harry J. 
Lask, Ranch Clerk; E. H. Sawyer, Correspondence 
Clerk; J. A. Forbes, Jr., L W. Hanson and P. Mc- 
Nevln, Clerks. 



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610 COMMEaCIAI, STEEET. 

Office hours from ten o'clock a. m. to three o'clock 

p. M. 

NATHAN W. SPAULDING, Assistant Treasurer. 

F. G. Bornemann, Cashier ; Jerome Spauldlng, 
Assistant Cashier; Richard M. Anthony, Bookkeeper; 
W. W. Bausman, Assistant Bookkeeper; L. A. Boyn- 
ton, Chief Clerk ; Asa S. Collins, Receiving Teller ; 
G. W. Fisher. Coin Teller ; W. R. Stearns and George 
W. Young, Clerks ; H. S. Tucker, Janitor; L.J.Ro- 
land, W. A. King, Charles Suanet and John Hansen, 
Night Watchmen. 



Custom House. 



Northwest corner of Washington and Battery 
streets ; office hours daily, from nine o'clock a. m. to 
three o'clock p. m. (Sundays excepted.) 

WILLIAM H. SEARS, Collector. 

J. Feakk Miller, Deputy Collector and Auditor. 

Mack Webber, Deputy Collector. 

Edward B. Jerome, Special Deputy Collector. 

L. Mizner, Inspector, Benicia, Cal. 

COLLECTOB'S OmCE. 

Charles C. Leavitt, Adjuster of Duties ; H. Clay Mil- 
ler, Cashier; D. S. Moulton, Assistant Cashier; L. 
A. Leavy, G. H. Ferree, George A. Watson and R. 
Frank Clarke, Entry Clerks ; Charles E. Cloyes, Clerk 
and Assistant Auditor ; Thomas H. Craig, Entry and 
Clearance Clerk ; C. H. Blinn, William A. Darling, 
Ben. Hall, William I. Kip, David Harris, Homer L. 
Evans, Samuel L. Potter, R. D. Lennox. Thomas M. 
Nosier, William J. Coey, Henry W. Martin, E. A. 
Colson, Benjamin F. Small, P. M. McCarthy, H. H. 
White and Cress Unger, clerks ; Leon E. Pratt and 
Herbert D. Corlett, Messengers; W. L. Crawford, S. 
M. Folger and John Drynen, Watchmen. 

WAKEHOUSE DIVISION. 

W. FORD THOMAS, Deputy Collector and Store- 
keeper, C. F. Rosecrans, Warehouse and Withdrawal 
Clerk ; Thomas W.Scott, Bond Clerk ; George Barring- 
ton, Warehouse Bookkeeper ; Alvin Flanders, F. B. 
Sharp, H. Colby, E. Watson and David N. Coey. 
Clerks; H. Hudemann, J. M. Creed, James Stocktoni 
A. D. Baldwin, Phineas U. Blunt, William S. Mc- 
Roberts, James B. Worden, H. L. Hosmer, and Wil- 
liam P. Saxe, Assistant Storekeepers ; John Corbett, 
Delivery Clerk ; E. D. Farrington, Receiving Clerk ; 
Jacob C. Shrader, Opium Inspector; Alfred Gibbons, 
Superintendent of Warehouses ; T. Mahoney, Samuel 
Shepard and Square Higgins, Watchmen ; A. W. Kap- 
lan, Messenger; Thomas J. Falls, Engineer Apprais- 
er's Store; E. H. Pinney, Corder and Sealer; O. S. 
Buckbee, Samuel H. Center, George W. Apgar, A. C. 
Buckbee, D. G. Grant, George Shaw, James Feeny, 
Martin J. Acton, Jeremah Keefe, H. E. Thomas, and 
Joseph Fitzler Laborers ; Henry Schmidt, Superin- 
tendent Laborers. 

APPBAISEKS' DEPARTMENT. 

George W. Dent and Jacob G. Moore. Appraisers , 
Charles M. Leavy and W. H. Gratton, Assistant Ap- 
praisers ; Nathan B. Hoyt, George McDonald, Theo- 
dore F. Jerome, John A. Sampson and E. B. Dennison, 
Examiners Merchandise ; Charles Burrell, Examiner 
Drugs; T. O. Lewis, Clerk; N. Whitdaw, Andrew 
Hollywood, W. G. Wagstaff, and A. M. Hiltz, Samplers ; 
John J. Stoddard and W. B. Reis, Messengers; B. S. 
Lynes, Superintendent Laborers ; P. Maugein, T. F. 
Perry, M. C. EkJwards, O. Hilton, Samuel Jensen, Ed- 
ward M. Klster, James M. Allen, Mason S. BlHckbum, 
Martin Flagley, A. Ennis, W. J. Nichols, B. F. Strom- 
berg and O. N. Dodge, Laborers. 

stjrvetor's opfick. 

JOHN M. MORTON, Surveyor. 

Halsey F. Cooper, Deputy Surveyor ; Henry W. 
Brown. Assistant Surveyor ; Joseph W. Church, Clerk; 
Frank T. Hawes. Mes enyer. 



DISTRICT OFFICERS. 

F. B. Tarbett, William J. Ruddick and Henrx 
Delafield. 

INSPECTORS. 

James E. Squire, James Hart, Joseph Hollywood, 
Henry Charbonnell, John C. Millan, Frank M. Bee, 
Amasa B. Andrews, George Allman, William W. Stan- 
deford, John B. Phelps, Edward Leis, Mason 
C. Southard, Alfred Ulp, John C. Kelley, Edward 
McLaughlin, F. D. Ciprico, George Gaylord, W. Har- 
rington, J. L. Lang, C. D. Douglass, Chauncy M. St. 
John, W. H. Scales, J. C. Palmer, Charles W. Shenck, 
F. H. Phelps, Joseph Klopenstein, W. H. Thomp- 
son, John F. Pinkham, Thomas M. Browne, C. P. 
Clark, D. W. McCrary, William A. Whaley, A. H. Sax- 
ton, Daniel W. Grant, James H. Breeze, Porter Ha- 
den, Silas P. Ford, A. P. Spear, S. D. Simonds, Jameg 
Nevins, George E. Coe, F. M. Pierce. George A. War- 
ren, E. A. Holmes, B. I. Salomon, W. H. Thompson 
and Henry Webb, Inspectors ; Mrs. Mary M. Slicer, 
Inspectress. 



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John P. Skelton, Robert M. Cochran, Hermanfei 
Tucker, F. Cruse, C. M. Strattan, E. T. McLean, O. M, 
Marsh, J. F. Ray, Stephen Jewett, C. J. Raney, W., 
Ottenheimer, H. W. Reddan, H. Mosebach, Charlea 
Hoerchner, Jeffrey Powers, Thomas J. Smith, Charles 
O'Donnell, W. G. Lee, Martin Winslow, Charles 
Emslie,A. T. Metcalf, J. J. Lavin, J. P. Cooper, O. S. 
Buckbee, C.F. Crouse, C. A. Harper, Thomas J. Ausin- 
der, J. D. Mahlstedt, Charles A. Spurrier and W. Mc- 
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WEIGHERS. 

Thomas P. Valleau, L. Van Orden, and Lucius A. 
Booth, Weighers ; Elijah B. Keyes, T. Kane, Henry 
Stacy, Frank Wadsworth, E. C. Sterling, Hardv>'ick 
Newhouse, Samuel E. Garland, Rufus Van Schaick, 
Harris Jenks, George W.Peterson, E. J. Weeks, J. L. 
Roundy, Aaron Kahn, Samuel O'Donovan, J. J. Lyon 
and H. C. Menomy, Assistant Weighers. 

G AUGERS. 

J. W. Probasoo. Assistent Gauger, C. B. White. 

BOARDING OrnCEBS AND INSPECTORS. 

Charles A. Foster and S. H. Hunt. 

NAVAL OFFICE. 

BRADLEY J. WATSON, Naval Officer. 

John Pattison, Deputy; Daniel Gorham, Cashier; 
Valentine Alviso, Edmund R. Rock wood, William F. 
French, Frederick A. Doane, W. H. Friend, Alexander 
Hay, George W. Branch and John J. Shepheard, 
Clerks ; Conrad Usinger, Clerk and Messenger. 

BOATMEN. 

John Heffernan and Moses A. Abbott. 



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The law for the establishment and regulation of the 
Mint of the United States, provides that any person 
may deposit gold bullion for coinage or to be made 
into fine bars. The bars to be stamped in such man- 
ner as shall indicate the weight, fineness and value of 
the same. In the case of silver bullion deposits are 
received only for manufacture into fine bars, the 
Government reserving the right to make its silver 
coin from bullion purchased in the market. 

Office hours from nine o'clock a. m. to three o'clock 
p. M. Gold bullion received daily from nine o'llock 
a. m. to twelve o'clock m. Silver received from 
nine o'clock a. m. to one o'clock p. m. Visitors ad- 
mtted daily from nine to half past eleven o'clock 

A. M. ' ■ i 

EDWARD F. BURTON, Superintendent. 

GENERAL DEPABTMENT. 

Edwin G. Waite. Chief Clerk ; Charles H. Hedgea, 
Cashier; H. C. Johannes. Offl.e Clerk; W. P. Edwards 
Jr.. Register of Deposits; Edward Wlieaton, Book, 
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3. S. Noggle, Weigh Clerk ; William H. Keith, Test 
ifeigher; Geo. L. Harris, Chief Eut,'ineer; Stephen 
iVing. Superintendent of Deposits Melting ; W. H. 
:;lark, Adjuster of Welt,'ht3 and Balances ; Arthur 
>ieglint;eo and H. R. Muller, Clerks; C. F. Robinson, 
3aptaiu of Watch ; George Parry. Superintendenfs 
Computing Clerk ; E. S.Gaver, Abstract Clerk ; A_ M 
[iBW\er, Assajer's Computing Clerk ; J. M. Currier, 
iVarraut Clerk ; Chas. H. Seymour, Chip Room Clerk ; 
I. M. Hepburn, W. H. Gladwin, E. P. Marselus, 
Jhas. Barlow, J. H. Tennant and Isham Case, 
Workmen ; Joseph Goodridge, Carpenter ; L. V. 
Sogeboom and C. A. Stanley, Assistant Engineers ; 
5.W. Taylor, Blacksmith ; T. Mahouy, Day Watchman 
ind Porter; W. H. Childs, Storekeeper; Patrick 
ieardon, William T. Fisher and E. C. VanDuyn. Fire- 
nen ; William Hulbert, Custodian of Cabinet ; J. H. 
Sundy, E. S. Hamilton and John Curry, Messengers ; 
Jwen Sheridan and C. C. Hillard, Helpers; Wm. 
?. Ruggles, and William F. Gregory, Doorkeepers ; E. 
I. Ludwick. L. W. Ransom. Alex H. Todd and J. G. 
Trimble, Conductors ; Jackson Jordan, W. K. Benja- 
niu, O. T. Ames, H. S. Tuttle and Frank Moyer, 
fanitore ; A. S. Baker, George E. Richmond, Charles 
Jimmone and J. M. Anderson, Outside Watch- 
nen : William M. Boyd. James King. James D. Bow- 
and, A. W. CoUom, J. Y. Jones, Daniel Cram, W. S. 
Pearson. J. E. Whitcher, William Williams, W. M. 
Rrtlot, Samuel Wells, J. B. Richman, Lewis Grant 
ind Edwin A. Cady. Watchmen; J. H. Cornwall, 
Cleaner. 

asbateb's depaktmest. 

OSCAR D. MCNSON, Assayer. 

Henry H. Lawrence, Assistant Assayer ; Charles H. 
Jherman. Second Assistant Assayer; C. S. Swasey, 
:ierk ; Martin V. Ritter, William V. Watson, Elias 
Oilman. William C. Andrews, Walter 8. Shannon, 
William T. Reilly and E. Ruhling, Weighers ; H. 
iobinson, F. W. Gibbons, R. T. Roberts, W. S. Dibble, 
fames Oglesby, George H. Loring, D. S Sherman, 
foseph Jacobs and Moses Furbujsh, Workmea ; Frank 
0. Hetrich, Foreman. 

MELTEB ASD REFINER'S DEPARTitEST. 

ALEXANDER MARTIM, Melter and Refiner. 

T. B. McCauley, Assistant Melter and Refiner. 

John Feix, Foreman of Refinery ; Frank H. Lasselle, 
Benry M. Clayes, Benjamin S. Marston, Charles A. 
Buckbee, and George A.Dall, Clerks ; Jacob Stadtfeld, 
Frederick M. Benner, Joseph L. Wilson, Charles C. 
Merrill, Clarence W. Fisher, John La Blanc, Ed- 
ward J. Levy, Gaetano Bacigalupi, James Clark, 
ind Benjamin F. Stoakes, Melters ; Garrett E. Rice, 
Henry Classen, William L. Eaton. Albert S. Bierce, 
3eorge Brown and Edward M. Hooper, Operatives ; 
Herman Littlebrandt, John Carter, David A. Lancas- 
ter, Gi?orge Rodden, Van Renssalaer Raymond, Thos. 
F. Clark, William Hanley, George F. Harris, Joseph 
Fisher, Joseph Armstrong. George H. Rogers, Geo. 
Lake, Charles Ellsworth, William H. Davis. John 
Duane, Thomas McGljTin, John Bigley, Dennis Visher, 
William P. George, Charles S. Waltmau, Edward Mel- 
rille and Abraham Lewis. Helpers ; Richard W. Law, 
Samson Lion and Robert Rowe, Sweep Cellar Opera- 
tives ; Edgar C. Brown, Messenger. 

COINEB'S DEPARTMENT. 

CHARLES M. GORHAM, Coiner. 

Henry R. Williams. Assistant Coiner. 

E. C. Bowen, Foreman Press Room ; George M. 
Adams. Foreman Cutting Room ; P. H. Andross, Coin- 
er's Clerk ; Hugh Chalmers, Assistant Clerk ; F. H. 
Fisher, Chief Adjuster; J. W. Westover, Foreman 
Whitening Room ; William H. Lowrie, Foreman 
Rolling Room ; R. J. Rawlins, Foreman Anneal- 
ing Room : F. C. Berdan, Weigher : Francis 
Hill and Hartley Williams, Assistant Weighers ; 
P. W. Mulcahy, Whitener ; George C. Kent and 
^amnel BiX)th, Cutters; H. J. Htmter, Die Hard- 
ener ; J. B. Harmstead, E. Houston, J. J. Hanifin 
Jr. and W. Bedell, M ichinists ; J. B. Patterson, J. W. 
Low, Bartley Cavanaugh. John Conness Jr., A. G. 
Hansen, Frank W. Page. Charles G. Wilkins, Antone 
Glock. A. R. McFarlan. John H. Gilmore, E. F. 
Whitney. George Hadsell. V. W. Plunkett, T. Percy 
Pease, William Staley, o. J. Woodhouse, John P. 
Babcock, James Fitzpatri -k, John H. Earle, A. S. 
Hubbard, Edward B. Hinds. L. Walker, C. A. Grim- 



mer, C.W. Adams and L. H. Long, Workmen; Frank J. 
Currier, Machine Hand; Mrs. D. M. Theller, Miss 
M. M. Eschenberg, Mrs. Mary W. Denver, Mrs. 
Honora J. Saunders, Mrs. M. Baine, Annie S. Ran- 
dall, Sarah Brown, Miss Kate McKenna, Emma C. 
Leonard, Mrs. M. E. Daingerfield, Margaret B. Bow- 
man, Virginia A. Deal, Addle E. Gould, Mrs. Olive 
Dawley, Nina Larowe, Nellie Hagadorn, Mary E. 
Flagg," Dottle F. Sargent, Louisa Lewis, H. A. Chip- 
man, Mrs. Cornelia Bowman, Mary M. Springer, C. 
P. Sturtevant, J. C. Edlefson, Mary P. Hatch, Louisa 
Fisher, Emma C. Lawrence, Emma J. Lewis, Mrs. 
Francis V. Wait, Laura Zerman, Mrs. Ellen R. War- 
ren. Jennie M. Downer, Susan Amsbary, Mrs. S. 
Maltman, Emma C. Ainsworth, Miss Ella M. Green- 
hood, Mrs. Mary L. Whittemore, E. S. Snell, Mrs. E. 
W. Bourne, Sarah J. Hoffman, Teresa M. Harrison, 
Mary B. Cunningham, Miss Agnes C. James, Annie 
V. Nelson, Mary Haevey, Lizzie King, Sarah McBride 
and M. A. Whittingham, Adjusters. Miss Ellen 
Fletcher, Janitress. 



Post-office. 



NORTHWEST CORKER OF WASHINGTON AND BATIER1 STS. 

General delivery open daily from half-past seven 
o'clock A. M. to six o'clock p. m.: Sundays from one 
o'clock to two o'clock p. m. Registry Office open 
daily from half-past seven o'clock a. m. to six o'clock 
p. m. Stamp Window, open daily from eight o'clock a. 
M. to five o'clock P. M. Box Window open daily (ex- 
cept Sundays) from half-seven o'clock a. m. to five 
o'clock p. m". Money Order Office open daily (except 
Sunday) from nine o'clock a. m. to six o'clock p. m. 
Carriers' Window open daily from half-past seven 
o'clock A. M. to five o'clock p. M.; Sundays from one 
o'clock to two o'clock p. m. 

SAMUEL W. BACKUS, Postmaster. 

Wiixi.'k.M C. DorGHERTY, Deputy Postmaster. 

Samuel C. Stow, Cashier; J. L. Homer, Bookkeeper ; 
D.S.Richardson, Secretary; .Alexander M. Cox, Gen- 
eral Superintendent ; Louis Miller, Assistant General 
Superintendent; V. Wallace, Dead Letter Clerk; 
Barlow Dyer, Chief Mailing Clerk ; D. C. Owen, Chief 
Registry Clerk ; Albert Hart, Chief Money Order Clerk; 
H. W. Butler, Chief Clerk Newspaper Division ; C. R. 
Morris, Chief Box Clerk ; John Crowley, Stamp Clerk ; 
W. A. Cooper, H. J. Finnegan, John Greenwell, Dennis 
Coyne, John W. Perry, Jas. N. Morgan, W. N. Jacobs, 
A. S. Sheldon, E. S. Pratt, F. J. Kearney, W. M. Jo- 
sephv. W. H. Church, M. L. Culver, C. H. Hollister, 
J. R.'Hardenberg Jr., J. F. Costello, E. D. Herrick, 
C. T. Hull, C. W. Howe, F. H. Merrill and A. M. 
Oslo. Mailing Clerks ; L. P. Smith, C. W. Phelps, J. A. 
Baldwin. Adolph Berg, M. G. Sawyer, E. F. Wil- 
liams, Mrs. Abbie L. Marble, Mrs. C. F. White, MiBS 
Laura A. Horrell, D. B. Cram, J. S. Kennedy and 
G. F. Conwav, Registry Clerks; H. A. Martin, John 
L. Edwards, Jo.seph Figuiere, T. F. Tracy Jr., G. W. 
Hart and A. L. Pounstone, Money Order Clerks ; A. J. 
Vining, E. A. Pogue, A. L. Adams. J. M. McGrew Jr., 
J. L. Pumyea, E. R. Bromley, Chas. H. Douglass. W. 
F. Douglass, C. S. Kasson, E. F. Seagrave,W. C. Guirey, 
and Martin Leisner, Newspaper Clerks ; William W. 
Waters, Charles F. Amerman. C. N. Perkins and G. T. 
Taylor, Box Clerks ; Daniel McGrath, Adolph Sober, 
J, W. Burson. J. P. Buckley. E. F. Donnelly, Jacob 
Hamm, Mrs. C. Kelly, Miss M.L. Bunker, C. T.Lager- 
crantz, Theodore Link, John H. Hunt, Frank H. 
Vaslit, H. Schuck, EmmaF. Edwards, A. Fisher, A. H. 
Thompson, M. Heath, J. Gundlach, W. G. Morrison 
and Mrs. S. M. Allen, City Delivery : John Valentine, 
John Dugan, B. Kenny, C. H. Warren and H. J. 
Brady, Porters. 

SUGGESTIONS TO THE PUBLIC. 

Facilities are given to the post-office officials in the 
discharge of their daily duties, and greater security 
afforded to the public, by careful attention to the fol- 
lowing recommendations: 

I Make the address on letters legible and complete, 

' giving the name of the post-office, county and State. 

j The name of the street and number of the house should 
also be given on lett -rs addressed to cities where let- 

I ter carriers are employed; while the letter will eventu- 



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ally reach its destination without a number, the 
omission is often a cause of hesitation and delay. In 
the case of letters for places in foreign countries, the 
name of the country as well as the post-office should 
be given in full. Letters addressed, for instance, 
merely to " London," without adding " England," are 
frequently sent to London, Canada, and vice versa, 
thereby causing delay, and often serious loss. 

FBEE POSTAL DELIVEKT. 

The Free Postal Delivery System is similar to the 
one so successfully maintained in several of the 
large Eastern cities. There are ninety-three districts, 
each of which is in charge of a carrier, who delivers 
promptly all mail matter received at the Post Office, 
upon which is written the correct address, street and 
number of the party for whom it is Intended. 

All persons who desire their letters, etc., retained 
until called for, must leave their address at the Post- 
Office. 

Alexander M. Cox, Superintendent ; Louis Miller, 
Assistant Superintendent ; M. L. Bunker, clerk ; W. F. 
King, A. J.Dheilig, J. H. Hancock, Robert D. Cunning- 
ham, F. T. Barris, C. S. Baker, G. C. Johnson, H. M. 
Locke, A. D. L. Payne, Otto H. Johnson, J. H. Mc- 
Neil, J. L. Lansing, F. E. Marsh, W. F. Maurer, D. A. 
Parker, T. L.Hill, H. A. McCauley, Carl Timm, Thos. 
J. Mullins, Samuel S. Gibson, W. S. Slmonds, Henry O. 
Perry, Stanley O. Post, J. R. Rines, Alvin B. Reed, E. 
G. Petterson, A. E. Booth, J. S. Coleman, J. Mackey, 
T. J. Morse, J. L. Kelly, F. F. Werner, R. M. Murphy, 
F. W. Meyer, G. H. Robinson, L. H. Bottomly, I. C. 
Anker, J. O'Connor, A. J. Bolflng, A. G. Holdea. Geo. J. 
Black, J. D. Wiseman, E. J. Waldron, J. F. Lewis, R. 
J. Gilmer, F. Druesch,E.Volz, M.J. Sullivan, J.Wien- 
shenk, R. D. Fairbanks, E.A.Parker, A. E. Holloway, 
P. J. Fay, James Daniels, F. J. Spencer, F. E. Smith, 
John McGowan, H. G. Gerdes, A.J. Hackett, L. F. 
Nunan, Thomas HoUls, W. L. Ketchum, W. H. Glenn, 
James H. Smith, Jeremiah M. Smith, George White, 
R. E. Williams, H. H. McGowan, Frank P. Forbes, 
Dexter J. Harlow, W. B. Chamberlain, H. M. Castillar, 
W.P. Spencer, C. A. Wisewell, Richard H.O.Weber, A. 
Springer, M. C. Burnes, Charles Eggeling, F. H. 
Stanley, Reason B. Beall, P. N. Gafney, N. R. Mul- 
lery, R. M. Roche, Thomas Rourke, P. A. Maurer, 
C. E. Watkins, T. T. Young, Austin Young and Chas. 
Abt, Carriers ; George Spiller, Manuel Holz, H. O. 
Farrell, J. S. Dugan, E. R. Lillis, M. M. Rush, J. C. 
Murphy, J. P. West, E. J. Colter and D. W. Sawyer, 
Substitute Carriers. 

BRANCH OFFICES. 

Four Branch Offices have been established at the 
following named localities ; Station A, 1305 Polk 
street; George A.Billings, Superintendent. Open daily 
from eight o'clock a. m. to six o'clock p.m. ; Sundays 
from two o'clock to three o'clock p. m. Station B, 
northwest corner of Mission and Eighth streets ; 
Hugh W. Forbes, Superintendent ; A. C. Taylor, 
Clerk. Opendailyfromeighto'clock A.M. to six o'clock 
p. M. ; Sundays from two o'clock to three o'clock 
p. M. Station C, northeast corner of Twentieth and 
Mission streets ; George F. Earle, Superintendent. 
Open daily from eight o'clock a. m. to six o'clock 
p M. ; Sundays from two o'clock to three o'clock p. m. 
Station D, foot of Market street; V. D. Duboce, Su- 
perintendent ; M. L. Culver, Clerk. Open daily from 
eight o'clock a. m. to six o'clock p. m. ; Sundays from 
one to two o'clock p. m. 

STAMP agencies. 

During the past year eight agencies for the sale of 
postage stamps have been established, the agents and 
localities being as follows : M. A. McLaughlin, 
South San Francisco; H. T. Hobbert, 218 Third 
street ; E. W. Joy, northeast corner Market and 
Stockton streets ; D. M. Gove, corner Fillmore and 
California streets; Miss S. Dobrzensky, 717 Larkin 
street; J. H. Bailey, 524 Montgomery avenue; W. F. 
Fifleld, 1001 McAllister street ; and C. A. Bayley, 
southeast corner Sixth and Howard streets. 

STREET LETTER BOXES. 

There are three hundred and fifty deposit boxes for 
the reception of letters, placed in prominent locali- 
ties throughout the city, from which collections are 
made several times during the day in season for the 
departure of the mails. 



RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE- 






EIGHTH DIVISION. 

J. L. WILDER, Superintendent; E. E. Danforth,dKfici 
Chief Clerk ; E. C. Clement. Clerk. r 

Geo. L. Seyboldt, W. A. Robinson, J. 0. Culveb,' 
Theodore F. Tracy, J. J. Murphy and Thomas R. 
Bannerman, Inspectors Post Office Department. 

P. R. Downer, C. P. Evans, J. F. Harris, M. J. 
Maloney, W. C. Boutelle, William C. Dubois, Thomas 
J. Ford, Isaac N. Merrill, M. E. Quimby, J. H. Reid, 
C. W. Gurney, William Knapp, Frank C. Stover, 
A. C. Doe, J. H. Robinson, John W. Stevenson, R. I. 
Auld, George Babcock, Stephen Tripp, G. E. Little,, 
Albert Teal, William M. McCloud, Albert H. Merrill, 
Frank A. Reynolds, Samuel Flint, Jas. M. Lewis. E. 
M. Johnson, W. R. Jones, A. C. Mahone, John Har- 
rington, George A. Bromley, J. H. Seaman, George 
H. Kelly, C. P. Bailey, A. S. Grant, G. E. Tackaberry, 
L. H. Gary, D. W. C. Story, Josiah H. Gibbs, 
A. A. Robinson. Frank P. Howland, W. M. Polleys, 
James R. Wilson, H. A. Swaney, F. R. Haasy, A. R. 
McCall, E. H. Ostrander, C. R. Robinson, F. J. 
Pryor, C. S. A. Taylor, H. P. Thrall. H. W. Watkins, 
W. H. Chipman, W. B. Moore and J. H. West. Postal 
Clerks. 



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State Officers. 



Executive Department. — George Stoneman, Gov» 
ernor; John Daggett, Lieutenant-Governor; Thomas 
L. Thompson, Secretary of State ; John P. Dunn, 
Controller; E. C. Marshall, Attorney-General; D. J. 
Oulihan, Treasurer ; H. I. Willey, Surveyor-General ; 
W. T. Welcker, Superintendent Public Instruction; 
Geo. B. Cosby, Adjutant-General ; James J. Ayres, 
State Superintendent of Printing ; William H. Hall, 
State Engineer ; T. H. Wallis, State Librarian. 

Board Railroad Commissioners.— G. J. Carpenter, 
W. P. Humphreys and W. W. Foote. 

Board Equalization.— Charles Gildea, C. L. More- 
house, 0. E. Wilcoxson, John Markley, and John P. 
Dimn, ex officio. 

Board Education. — George Stoneman, President* 
William T. Welcker, Secretary. 

Board Health.— H. S. Orme, M. D., Los Angeles 
(President) ; W. R. Cluness, M. D., and G. G. Tyrrell, 
M. D., Sacramento ; Henry Cowdery, M. D., Williams; 
R. Beverly Cole, M. D., San Francisco ; James Simp- 
son. M. D., San Francisco; James M. Briceland, M. 
D., Shasta. 

Deaf, Dumb and Blind Institute.— W. Wilkinson, 
Superintendent; George H. Rogers, W. C. Harrington, 
H. C. Palmer, Elliott H. Woolsey and R. A. Redman,, 
Directors. 

State Insane Asylum (Stockton) . — W.T. Browne, M. 
D., Superintendent ; W.H. Mays, M. D., and Walter R. 
Langdon, M. D., Assistants ; Robert Watt, Lewis 
M. Cutting, J. K. Doak, Donald McLennan and Obed 
Harvey, M. D., Directors. 

State Asylum for the Insane (Napa).— E. T. Wil- 
kins, M. D., Superintent; L. F. Dozier, M. D., and F. 
W. Hatch, M. D., assistants; Benjamin Shurtlefif, N. 
D. Rideout, J. C. Martin. D. L. Haas and J. F. Lawdin, 
Trustees. 

State Prison. --John Boggs, D. W. Gelwick, W. 
0. Hendricks, Charles F. Robbins and W. 0. Van 
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Bank Commissioners Board of— William F. White.j 
J. E. Farnum, J. M. Litchfield; office, 528 Oaliforina' 
street. 

Commissioner of Immigration— P. A. Forrester; 
office, 508 Battery. 



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BuKKAU OF Labob STATISTICS — John S. EnoB, Com- 
tntssiODer: Jesse A. Gallaud, Assistaut Cumuiissioner. 
Office, 14 Dupont street. i 

Fish Commissioneks— A. B., Dibble, R. H. Bucking- 
ham and Joseph D. Redding, office 302 Montgomery. 

Harbor CoM^nssiONERS— William Irwin, John H. 
Wise and .\. 0. Paulsell, CommiBslonerB ; James 0. L. 
Wadsworth, Secretary; A. T. Vogelsang, Assistant 
Secretary; Warsden Manson Chief Engineer; H. T. 
Comptou, iVs»istant Engineer; T. C. Coogau, Attor- 
ney; Martin Corcoran, Chief Wharfinger; John 
Phillips, A8.sistant Chief Whartinger ; office 10 Cali- 
fornia street. 

iNstTRANCE COMMISSIONER. — Geo. A. Enight ; office, 
401 California street. 

MiNERALOoisT.— Henry Q. Hanks ; office, 212 Sutter 
street. 

Notaries Pubuc. — See Business Directory. 

Pilot Examiners — H. H.Watson, H. G.Williams 
»Dd P. Caduc; office, 50C Battery. 

Pilots — Charles Mayo, John Mahan, Frank Murphy, 
Thomas J. Enipe, Frank Boyd, Wm. W. Neal, William 
E. Domett, John W. Ott, Freeman Trask, J. S. Dolli- 
ver, Eugene M. Freeman, J. Henry Bocers, George 
Johnson, Thomas H. Barber, Charles W. Read, 
Stephen Castle. George D. Eorts, Louis Meyer, 
Charles Matthews and J. B. Jones; office, NE comer 
Washington and Battery. 

Benicia and Mare Island Pilot — C. H. Harrison 
and W. N. Shelly. 

Wilmington— Thomas Powers. 

Port Wardens— Charles Thorn, Otto Luders and 
George Cummings ; John P. Jourden, Secretary ; 
office, 525 Front street. 

Registrar — P. F. Walsh ; William Broderick, 
Deputy. 

VrricuLTURAL Commissioners.— .\rpad Haraszthy, 
President ; John H. Wheeler, Secretary ; office, 204 
Montgomery street. 

Park Commissioners — F. M. Pixley, Charles Good- 
all and John Rosenfeld. 



COURTS. 

United States Circuit Court. District of Cali- 
fornia.— Regular terms held in San Francisco, first 
Monday of February, Second Monday of July, and 
fourth Monday of November. Special terms at the 
discretion of the Court. Stephen J. Field, Presiding 
Justice; Lorenzo Sawyer, Circuit Judge ; L. S. B. 
Sawyer, Clerk. 

Untted States District Court, District of Cali- 
fornia. — Regular term.s held in San Francisco, first 
Monday of .\pril, second Monday of August, and first 
Monday of December. Special terms at the discre- 
tion of the Court. Ogden Hofi'man, Judge; Southard 
Hoflman, Clerk; A. D. Grimwood, Deputy Clerk. 

Supreme Court of Californl*.. — Regular terms 
held in San Francisco, second Monday in January and 
third Monday in July; at Los .\ngeles first Monday 
in April and second Monday in October, and at Sac- 
ramento first Monday in May and second Monday 
in November. Robert F. Morrison, Chief Justice ; 

E. W. McKinstry, .James D. Thornton, E. M. Ross, J. R. 
Sharpstein, S. B. McKee and Milton H. Myrick, Asso- 
ciate Justices ; Edward C. Marshall, Attorney-General; 

F. W. Marshall, Deputy Attomev-General, J. W. Mc- 
Carthy, Clerk ; J. S. Williams, Frank Myers, W. S. 
Leake, J. S. Kilsby and John T. Gaflfey, Deputy Clerks ; 
Thos. F. O'Connor and F. T. Meagher, Secretaries 
and Librarians; W. W. Cope, Reporter; Henry C. 
Finkler and Perrie Kewen, Bailiffs ; Jolm J. Crow- 
ley and James J. Barry, Janitors. Rooms 121 Post. 

Superior Court. — Sessions held daily. 

Justices' Court.— Sessions held daily. E. Burke, 
Presiding Justice; J. C. Pennie, W. B. Smith, C. F. 
Wood and H. J. Stafford. Justices ; Frank P. Murphy, 
Clerk ; E. Gilson and M. T. Duvyer, Deputy Clerks. 



Police Court — Sessions held daily. Hale Bix, 
Judge ; E. W. Blaney, Prosecuting .\ttorney ; Jacob 
Steppacher, Clerk ; Joseph A. Becsey, Louis Locke, 
E. C. Stock, and .\ndrew Glover, Interpreters. 

Police Court No. 2. — Sessions held daily. James 
Lawler, Judge ; L. E. Pratt, Prosecuting Attorney : 
Bert McNulty, Clerk. 



BANKS. 



ANGLO-CAIilFORNIAN BANK (limited). In- 
corporated, 1873. Capital stock, £600,000 ster- 
ling; amount paid in £300,300 sterling ($1,501,- 
500). Number of shares of "common stock" 
issued 29,970, £20 each, and 600 shares " deferred 
stock," £1 each. Surplus, ?400,000. Directors; 
E. H. Lushington, William F. Scholfield. Isaac 
Seligman, Joseph Sebag, Julius Sington; London 
Manager, J. Simon. 

San Francisco Branch, NE cor Pine and Sansome 
streets. F. F. Low and Ignatz Steinhart, mana- 
gers ; P. N. Lilienthal, cashier. 

BANK BRITISH COLUMBIA. Incorporated, 
1862. Capital .stock £500,000 sterling; amount 
paid in £346,000 sterling. Directors : Robert 
Gillespie, Eden Colville. James Anderson, Henry 
D. Harrison, Henry E. Ransom, Sir John Rose, 
Bart. 

San Francisco Branch, SE cor California and San- 
some streets. W. Powell manager. 

BANK BRITISH NORTH AMERICA. In- 
corporated, 1840. Capital stock £1,000,000 ster- 
ling ; amount paid in £1,000,000 sterling. Shares 
of stock issued, 20,000 ; amount paid up on each 
share of stock £50 sterling. Directors; J. J. 
Cater, E. A. Hoare, Henrv R. Farrer, John Henry 
Brodie, Richard H. Glyn". Henry J. B. Kendall, J. 
J. Kingsford, Frederick Lubbock, A. H. Phill- 
potts, J. Murray Robertson. 

San FR.A.NCI3C0 Branch, 312 Pine street. W. Lawson 
and C. E. Taylor, agents. 

BANK OF CAXIFORNIA. Incorporated June, 
1864. Capital stock $3,000,OOC' ; fully paid up. 
Number of shares of stock issued 30,000, $100 
each. Directors ; A. K. P. Harmon, William 
Sharon, William Alvord, Charles Mayne, E. W. 
Newhall, Jerome Lincoln, Adam Grant, J. C. Wil- 
merding, James Freeborn, Fred. W. Sharon, M. 
Lewis. Location — NW cor California and San- 
some streets. William Alvord, president , Thomas 
Brown, cashier. 

FIRST NATIONAL BiVNTK OF SAN FRAN- 
CISCO. Capital, paid up, $1,500,000. Directors: 
D. Callaghan, C. G. Hooker, Peter Donahue. 
George C. Boardman, James Moffitt, N. Van Ber- 
gen, James H. Jennings. Location — SW cvr Mont- 
gomery and Summer streets. D. Callaghan, presi- 
dent : George A.. Low,, vice-president; E. D. 
Morgan, cashier. 

I GRANGERS' BANK OF CALIFORNIA. In- 

' corporated April 24, 1874. Capital stock $1,000,000 ; 

I amount paid in $647,400. Number shares of stock 

issued 10,000 ; amount paid on each share of stock 

; $60 plus $47,400 full paid up. Directors : J. H. 

Gardiner, H. J. Lewelling, T. E. Tynan, Thomas 
McCounell, H. M. Larue, Uriah Wood, J. C. Merry- 
field, J. C. Steele, C. J. Cressey, Seneca Ewer, .\. 
D. Logan. Location — NW corner California and 
Battery streets. .\. D. Logan, President ; A. Mont- 
pellier, cashier ; F. McMuUen, secretary. 

LONDON ANTO S.4.N FRANCISCO BANK 

(limited) . Incorporated in London, England, 
1880. Capital stock £420,000 : the amount sub- 
scribed and fully paid up is £420,000 ; shares of 
stock -issued 60,000; paid up on each share £7. 
Directors : W. F. Babcock, G.W. Campbell, E. H. 
Green, Henry Goschen, Charles Hemery, William 
Newbold, R. D. Peebles, F. Rodewald, Robert 
Ryrie, Baron H. de Stem. 

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LOXDOX, PAKIS AND AMERICAN BANK 

(limited) . Incorporated January 9, 1884. Author 
ized capital £1,000,000; subscribed £500,000; paid 
up £400,000. Directors: William Patterson, Esq., 
James Whittal, Esq., James La Fontaine, Esq., 
Sigismund Louis Simon. Esq., Simon Lazard, 
Esq., Elie Lazard. Esq. 

San Francisco Bbanch, 205 Sansome street. David 
Cahn, manager ; Eugene Meyer, sub-manager. 

MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE BANK (in liqui- 
dation) 320 Sansome street. 

KATIONAL GOLD BANK AND TRUST 
COMPANY (in liquidation) 6 CaUfornia street. 

NEVADA BANK OF SAN FRANCISCO. 

Incorporated October i, 1875. Capital stock, paid 
up, 13,000,000; shares of stock issued 30,000; 
amount paid up on each share is $100. Directors : 
J. C. Flood, J. L. Flood, J. W. Mackay, E. H. 
Follis, George L. Brander. Location— NW cor 
Montgomery and Pine streets. J. C. Flood, pres- 
ident ; J. S. Angus, cashier ; George Grant, assist- 
ant cashier. 

PACIFIC BANK. Incorporated February 4, 1863. 
Capital stock, paid up, $1,000,000. Number of 
shares of stock issued 10,000 ; amount paid on 
each share $100. Location— NW cor Sansome and 
Pine streets. K. H. McDonald, president; E. H. 
McDonald Jr., vice-president; S. G. Murphy, 
cashier. 

WELiIiS, FARGO & CO.'S BANK. Incor- 
porated February 5, 1866. Capital stock $6,250,- 
000. Surplus $2,773,856 35. Directors ; Lloyd 
Tevis, Leland Stanford, Charles F. Crocker, 
Oliver Eldridge, George E. Gray, Charles 
Crocker, J. C. Fargo, John J. Valentine, Charles 
Fargo. Location— NE cor California and San- 
some streets. Lloyd Tevis, president; John J. 
Valentine, vice-president ; James Heron, secre- 
tary ; Henry Wadsworth, cashier. 

CALIFORNIA SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCI- 
ETY. Incorporated June 24, 1873. Capital 
stock $100,000; amount subscribed and paid in 
by stockholders $72,900. Number shares of stock 
issued 729; amount paid on each share $100. 
Directors ; David Farquharson, Eobert F. Bunker, 
Alex. C. Corbett, Joseph E.Wilcox, Henry Miller, 
John Bain, John Easton, Charles D. Farquharson, 
J. F. Cowdery, Charles Lux, Henry Miller and 
Thomas Downing. Location— NW cor Eddy and 
Powell streets. David Farquharson, president • 
Vernon Campbell, cashier. ' 

FARMERS' AND MECHANICS' BANK OF 
SAVINGS (in liquidation) 640 Market street. 

FRENCH MUTUAL PROVIDENT SAVINGS 
AND LOAN SOCIETY. Incorporated March 
11, 1879. Capital stock $300,000 ; amount paid in 
by stockholders $148,000; amount subscribed 
$222,800. Directors : G. Touchard, P. Fleury, J. 
C. Sala, H. Barroilhet, L. C. Babin, Em. Meyer,' 
F. P. Masson, A. Comte Jr., E. J. Le Breton! 
Location— 534 California street. Landry C. Babinj 
president ; A. Brand, secretary 

I GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY. 

[ Incorporated February 10, 18G8. Capital stock 

$400,000 ; amount paid in $300,000 ; number 
shares of stock issued 400. Directors : L. Got- 
tig, Charles Kohler, Edward Kruse, George H. 
Eggers, A. E. Hecht. Peter Spreckels, N. Van 
Bergen, F. EoediuK, Ignatz St?inbart. Location 
— 526 California street. L. Gottig, president • F. 
Boediug, cashier. 

HIBERNIA SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCI- 
ETY. Incorporated April 12, 1859. This bank 
has no capital stock ; conducted on the " mutual 
plan." Eeserve fund $1,317,827 02. Directors : 
MylesD. Sweeny, C. D. O'Sullivan, D. T. Murphy, 
Gustave Touchard, D. J. Oliver, Peter Dona- 
hue, M. J. O'Connor, E. J. Tobin and Joseph A. 
Donohoe. Location— NE cor Market and Mont- 
gomery streets. Myles D. Sweeny, president; 
Eobert J. Tobin, secretary and treasurer. 



HUMBOLDT SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCI. 
ETY. Incorporated November 24, 1869. Capi- 
tal stock $100,000; amount paid in $80,000. 
Number of shares of stock issued 100. Direc- 
tors : A. C. Weber, A. H. Eyhiner, W. J. Lowry, 
W. S. Keyes, Henry Luchsinger. Location— 18 
Geary street. A. C. Weber, president ; E. Brand, 
cashier. 

ODD FELLOWS' SAVINGS BANK (in liqui- 
dation) . Location — 20 Montgomery. 

SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION. In- 
corporated June 18, 1862. Capital stock, paid up 
in full, and reserve fund, $481,026. Number of 
shares of stock issued 1,600. Directors ; Albert 
Miller, W. C. B. De Fremery, George C. Board- 
man, Alexander Campbell, Sen., W. Ashburner, 
D. E. Martin, Charles Pace, John Archbald, 
Joseph G. Eastland. Location— 532 California 
street. Albert Miller, president ; Lovell White, 
cashier. 

SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY. Incorpor- 
ated July 23, 1857. Capital stock $500,000, all paid 
in. Number of shares of stock issued 5,000. 
Directors ; J. H. Goodman, Isaac Hyde, Horace 
Davis, W. A. Bray, A. N. Drown, A. A. Smith, 
W. A. Aldrich, S. C. Bigelow, B. O. Devoe. Lo- 
cation— 619 Clay street. Horace Davis, president ; 
Cyrus W. Carmany, cashier. 

SECURITY SAVINGS BANK. Incorporated 
March 2, 1871. Capital stock $300,000; amount 
paid in $150,000. Number of shares of stock 
issued 1,200. Directors : D. O. Mills, W. P. 
Babcock, William Alvord, Calvin Paige, Adam 
Grant, Bartlett Doe, Jerome Lincoln, W. S. Jones, 
S. L. Jones. Location — 215 Sansome street. 
Jerome Lincoln, president; Winfield S. Jones, 
vice-president ; S. L. Abbott Jr., cashier. 



CHURCHES. 



BAPTIST. 
First Baptist Cbnrcli. 

Location, north side of Eddy street, between Jones 
and Leavenworth. Eev. William M. Kincaid Pastor ; 
residence, 719 Polk. 

This church was organized July 8, 1849. 

Number of communicants, four hundred and thirty. 
The Sabbath School has an average attendance of about 
two hundred. The library contains about two thous- 
and volumes. 

Sabbath services morning and evening. Sabbath 
School at half past twelve o'clock P. M. Prayer Meet- 
ing every Sunday and Wednesday evenings ; Church 
Covenant Meeting the Wednesday evening preceding 
the first Sabbath in each month. 

Tabernacle Baptist Cliurcli. 

Eev. B. L. Aldrich, Pastor ; residence, 331 Bartlett 
Meet in lower hall. Metropolitan Temple, Fifth 

street, near Market. Services are held at the usual 

hours. 

Tliird Baptist Cliurcli (Colored). 

Location, east side of Powell street, between Bush 
and Sutter. Eev. George Duncan, Pastor ; residence, 
in rear of Church. 

Number of members, about ninety. This church 
was organized in 1854. Services are held every Sab- 
bath at eleven o'clock A. M. and half past seven 
o'clock P. M. A Sunday School, with au average 
attendance of seventy-five is held at one o'clock P. M. 

Union Square Bapiti.st Church. 

Location, south side of Bush street, between Hyde 
and Larkin. Eev. N. L. Eowell, Pastor ; residence, 
411 O'Farrell street 

Services are held every Sabbath at eleven o'clock 
A. M. and half p.ist seven o'clock P. M. Prayer Meet- 
ing is held on Wednesday evenings, and a meeting 



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for the study of the Sunday School lesson, at which 
tlie Pastor presides, is held on Friday eveniuKs at . 
half-past seven o'clock. I 

The Sabbath School is In a prosperous condition, | 
»nd has a library of more than sixteen hundred vol- 
umes. It meets immediately after morning service. 

Finii Baptist Cllarcli. 

Location, Twenty-second street, between Howard 
and Capp. Rev. DeWitt T. VanDoren, Pastor; resi- 
dence, 1018 Valencia street. 

This church was organized August 17th, 1869. I 

Serv-ii^es are held every Sabbath at eleven o'clock j 
A.M. and half-past seven o'clock P.M., in Winter, and | 
forty-five minutes past seven o'clock P. M. in Summer. ] 
Prayer Meeting every Wednesday at hulf past seven i 
o'clock P. M. in Winter, and forty-five minutes past 
seven o'clock P.M. in Summer. 

A Sabbath School, with an average attendance of one I 
hundred and sixty teachers and scholars, and a library ' 
of about six hundred volumes, are connected with the 
church. The school meets immediately after morn- 
ing service. 

Churclt of the Pilgrims. 

Meet (temporarily) at 1358 Market, Rev. William 
H. Pendleton, Pastor. Services are held at the usual 

hours 

Zion Baptist Churcli. 

This Church was organized February 7th, 1881. 
Place of worship, east side Laguna street, between 
Golden Gate avenue and McAllister street. At 
present the Church has no permanent pastor. 

Services every Sunday at eleven o'clock A.M., and 
half past seven o'clock P. M. Sabbath School at close 
of morning service. Prayer Meeting Thursday even- 
ing. 

Baptist Chinese Mission. 

Location, 740 Washington street ; Rev. J. B. Hart- 
well, Superintendent; Mrs. J. L. Sanford. Missionary. 
Preaching services and Bible Class are held every 
Sabbath. Sabbath School at six o'clock P. M. The 
library, consisting of works in the English and 
Chinese languages, numbers five hundred volumes. 
Connected with this is a school for teaching Chinese 
the English language every evening at seven o'clock, 
closing with religious exercises. All religious ser- 
vices in the Chinese language. 



CONGREGATIONAL. 

First Cougreg^ational Church. 

Location, southeast corner of Post and Mason streets, 
Rev. CharlesD. Barrows, D.D., Pastor ; residence, 1312 
Taylor. Rvv. E. F. Densmore, Assistant Pastor ; res- 
idence, 308 Leavenworth street. Rev. A. L. Stone, 
D. D., Pastor emeritus. L. B. Benchley, Superin- 
tendent of Sunday School. 

This church was organized July 29th, 1849. The 
present membership is about seven hundred. 

Services are held every Sabbath at eleven o'clock 
A. M., and at half past seven o'clock P. M. between 
the first of September and first of May, and at forty- 
five minutes past seven o'clock P. M. during the other 
months of the year. Chinese School at six o'clock. 
Church Prayer Meeting every Wednesday at half past 
seven o'clock P. M. Young Peoples' Meeting Friday 
evening. Teachers' Meeting Saturday evening. So- 
cials monthly, Monday and Thursday evenings. Local 
Mission rooms, 330 Sutter street ; Mrs. E. A. Whipple, 
Missionary. 

The Sabbath School connected with the Church has 
an enrolled membership of about one thousand schol- 
ars and teachers. It meets immediately after morn- 
ing service. 

Plymouth Congregational Church. 

Location, north side of Post street, between Web- 
ster and Buchanan. Rev. T. K. Noble. Pastor; resi- 
dence, 2200 Stelner street. '. 

This church was organized January 12th, 1862. 

Services are held every Sabbath at eleven o'clock 
A.M. and at half past seven o'clock P.M. Sabbath j 
School and Bible Classes meet immediately after the | 
morning service. Weekly Prayer Meeting every i 
Wednesday evening. I 



Third Congregational Church. 

Location, south side of Fifteenth Street, near Mis- 
sion. Rev. E. G. Beckwith, Pastor; residence, 12 
Beaver street. Number of members, one hundred 
and seventy. 

This church had its origin in the Fall of 1862. 

Services are held every Sabbath at eleven o'clock 
A. M. and half i)ast seven o'clock P. M. Prayer Meet- 
ing every Wednesday evening. 

"The Sabbuth School has an average attendance of 
about three hundred and fifty. Meets immediately 
after morning service. 

Fourth Congregational Church. 

Location, south side of Green street, between Stock- 
ton and Powell. Rev. H. Macy, Pastor; residence, 
30t) Lombard street. 

The church was organized February 1865. 

Services are held every Sabbath at eleven o'clock 
A. M. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday at eight 
o'clock P. M. The Sabbath School connected with 
the church numbers about three himdred members 
and has a library containing eight hundred volumes. 
Meets immediately after morning service. 

Bethany Congregational Church. 

Location, Bartlett street, near Twenty-fifth. Rev. 
William C.Pond, Pastor ; residence, 436 Bartlett street. 

This Church was organized February 23rd, 1873. Re- 
cognized by an Ecclesiastical Council duly called 
February 23rd, 1874. 

Services are held every Sabbath at eleven o'clock 
A. M. and thirty minutes past seven o'clock P. M. 
Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening at eight o'clock. 
The' Sabbath School has an enrolled membership of 
four hundred, and a library of three hundred and 
fifty volumes. Meets at half past twelve o'clock P.M. 
Chinese Sunday School meets at half past six 
o'clock P. M. 

California Chinese Mission. 

Rev. W. C. Pond, Superintendent; residence 940 
Capp street. 

Incorporated March, 1876. This corporation has 
been formed for the purpose of conducting Christian, 
missionary and educational operations among the 
Chinese and Japanese in California. 

There are five Mission Schools in San Francisco : 

1. Central No. 1 — No. 5 Brenham Place ; Teachers, 
Miss Jessie S. Worley, Miss Anna L. Snook and Jee 
Gam. 

2. Barnes— No. 8 Ridley street ; Teachers, Mrs. H. 
H. Lamont and Chung Mon. 

3. Bethany — Bethany Chapel, No. 412 Bartlett 
street ; Teachers, Mrs. J. C. Snook and Hong Gam. 

4. West — No. 1818 Laguna street ; Teachers, Misses 
Florence N. and Effie D. Worley. 

5. North— Polk street, near Chestnut. Teachers, 
Miss M. C. Waterbury and Sing San. 

Religious services are held every Simday at No. 5 
Brenham Place., at eleven o'clock A.M., and half past 
seven o'clock P. M., and every Wednesday at half 
past seven o'clock P.M. Hours of instruction in all 
the schools : five to seven P. M., each day except 
Wednesday. 

The Congregational Association of Christian Chin- 
ese, organized in connection with this Mission, for 
mutual aid in the development of Christian character 
and in doing Christian work, has about one hundred 
and eighty-five members. Chung Mon, President; 
Jee Gam, Secretary. 



EPISCOPAL. 
Trinity Church. 

Location, northeast comer of Post and Powell 
streets . Rev . Hiram W . Beers, D.D. , Rector ; residence, 
624 Sutter street. 

This is the oldest parish of the Protestant Episcopal 
Church on the Pacific Coast. 

It had its beginning in Divine Service, celebrated 
on the eighth day of July, 1849. 

The ordinary services are Morning Prayer, at eleven 
o'clock, with Holy Communion on all Sundays and 
Holy-days. Evening Piayer at half past seven o'clock 
every Sunday. Sermons after Morning and Evening 
Prayers eveiy Sunday, and after Morning Prayers at 
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day School at half past nine o'clock A. M., and Public 
Catechising at the same hour, the first Sunday in 
the month. Teachers' Meeting, Monday at four 
o'clock P. M. Ladies' Pastoral Aid Society after 
MominR Prayer, on Fridays at eleven o'clock A. M. 
Sewing School at ten o'clock A, M., every Saturday. 
Lenten Services as arranged by the Kector from time 
to time. 

Crrace Clinrch. 

Location, southeast corner of California and Stock- 
ton streets. Rev. R. C. Foute, Rector ; residence, 
1001 Pine street 

This church was organized in 1849. 

The corner stone of the present church edifice was 
laid by Bishop Kip in May, 1860. 

Services are held every Sunday at eleven o'clock 
A. M., and half past seven o'clock P. M. Sunday 
School meets at half past nine o'clock A. M. 

St. John's Clinrcli. 

Location, northeast comer Fifteenth and Valencia 
streets. Rev. E. B. Spalding, Rector ; residence, 1534 
Mission street. 

This church was established in November, 1857. 

Services are held every Sunday at eleven o'clock 
A. M., and on Sunday evening at half past seven 
o'clock. Also, on all Holy Days at eleven o'clock A. 
M. The Sunday School numbers about three hun- 
dred and fifty scholars, and twenty teachers. Num- 
ber of volumes in the library, one thousand. Meets 
at nine o'clock A. M. 

Chnrcli of th.e Advent. 

Location, south side of Howard street, opposite 
New Montgomery. Right Rev. William Ingraham Kip, 
D. D., L. L. D., Bishop of the Diocese of California, 
Rector ; residence southwest corner of Franklin and 
Eddy streets. Bev. W. L. Githens, Associate Rector ; 
residence, 623 Howard street. Study at the Church. 

This parish was organized June, 1858. The present 
church building was completed and consecrated Feb- 
ruary 24, 1861. Services every Sunday at eleven o'clock 
A.M., and half past seven o'clock P.M. The Sunday 
School has an average attendance of about four hun- 
dred, and meets at half-past nine o'clock A. M. 

St. Alban's ChnrcIi.. 

Present place of worship, Cambrian Hall, 1133 Mis- 
sion street. Rector, vacant. 

Organized in 1870, as a Free Episcopal Church, with 
full choral services. It is now under the immediate 
supervision of the Bishop of the Diocese. 

Services are held at half past nine o'clock A. M., 
and the Sunday School, under the superintendence 
of W. G. Badger, meets at half past nine o'clock A. M. 

St. Ijuke's ClinrcIi. 

Location, southeast corner of Clay street and Van 
Ness Avenue. Rev. A. Douglas Miller, Rector ; resi- 
dence, 1419 Hyde street. 

The church is supported by ofiferings and monthly 
subscriptions, and seats are free. Services are held 
every Sunday at eleven o'clock A.M. and at half past 
seven o'clock P. M; and on Saints' Days, and other 
Holy Days at eleven o'clock A. M. Sunday School 
meets at half past nine o'clock A. M. 

St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal Churcli. 

Location, south side California street, between Fill- 
more and Steiner streets. Rev. W. S. N6ales, Rector : 
residence, 1713 Pierce street. 

Services are held every Sunday at eleven o'clock 
A. M. and half past seven o'clock P. M. The Sunday 
School, under the immediate superintendence of the 
rector in charge, meets at half past nine A. M. It 
has about two hundred and thirty children enrolled. 

St. Peter's Cliurcli. 

Location, northeast corner of Stockton and Filbert 
streets. Rev. George C. Whyte, Rector ; residence, 
1908 Dupont street. 

This parish was organized in July, 1867. 

Services every Sunday at eleven o'clock A.M. and 
half past seven o'clock P. M. The Sunday School 
meets at half past nine o'clock A. M. 

St. Stephen's Church. 

Location, north side of Fulton street, between Web- 
ster and Fillmore. Rev. Edgar J. Lion, Rector; resi- 
dence, 723 Grove street. 



This church ' was organized early in the vear 
1875. 

Services are held on Sundays at eleven o'clock A. 
M. and a quarter to eight P.M. The Sunday School, 
which numbers about two hundred, meets at one 
o'clock P. M. 

Mission Services. 

City Front Mission Sunday School, 116 Jackson 
street, under the charge of the Board of Missions of 
the Diocese of California ; R. B. Sanchez, superin. 
tendent. Sunday School at two o'clock P. M. 



EVANGELICAL. 

St. Mark's German JEvan^elical Lutheran' 
Church. 

Location, south side of Geary street, between Stock- 
ton and Powell. Rev. Julius Fuendeling, Pastor;* 
residence, 203 Powell street. 

This is the oldest German Evangelical Lutheran 
Congregation in the city, it being in existence since 
1857. 

Number of members one hundred and twenty. 

Services in the German language every Sabbath at 
forty-five minutes past ten o'clock A.M. The Sabbath 
School meets at half past i^ne o'clock A. M. ; number 
of children, four hundred. 

St. Paul's German f^vangelical Lutheran 
Church. 

Location, south side of Mission street, between 
Fifth and Sixth. Rev. J. M. Buehler, Pastor; resi- 
dence, 1212 Mission street. 

This church was organized May 15, 1867. 

Services in the German language every Sabbath at 
half past ten o'clock A. M., and half past seven o'clock 
P. M. Wednesday evening. Sabbath School at nine 
o'clock A.M. 

A Dav School, under the auspices of the congrega- 
tion, has been established, which includes the 
branches taught in the Public Schools; devotes par- 
ticular attention to the study of the German language, 
and has special regard to the moral training of their 
children in the spirit of the Christian religion. 

Oar Saviour's Scandinavian Evang^ellcal 
Lutheran Church. 

Location, 18 Sherman street. Rev. O. Groensberg, 
Pastor ; resi,dence, adjoining church. 

This church was organized October 20, 1870. 

A Ladies' Society to promote the interests of the 
church and for the relief of poor Scandinavians has 
lately been organized. Services in the Scandinavian 
language Sundays and holidays at half past ten o'clock 
A. M. The seats are always free, and strangers are 
welcome. 

First Evanjvelical Reformed Church (Ger> 
man). 

Location, east side of Eleventh street, between Mar- 
ket and Mission. Rev. L. D. Leberman Pastor; resi- 
dence, 41 Eleventh street. 

Services every Sabbath in the German language at 
eleven o'clock A. M. German Sabbath School at 
half-past nine o'clock A. M. 

Emanuel Church of the Evangelical As- 
sociation. 

Location, north side of Jessie street, between Sixth 
and Seventh. Rev. F. W. Fisher, Pastor; residence, 
538 Jessie street, rear of church. 

Number of members one hundred and thirty. Ser- 
vices in the German language every Sabbath at half- 
past ten o'clock A. M., and half past seven o'clock 
P. M. Sabbath School, numbering one hundred and 
ninety teachers and scholars, meets at quarter past 
nine o'clock A.M. Prayer Meeting every Tuesday 
and Thursday evening, and Bible Meeting every Fri- 
day, evening at eight o'clock P.M. 

Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Church. 

Location, Mission, bet Eighth and Ninth streets. 
Rev. John Telleen, Pastor : residence, 738 Minna. 

Services in Swedish at 10:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. 
Sundays. Sunday-school at 9:30 A. M. 

Services in English on Sundays. Preaching 3:30 P. 
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HEBREW. 
Coug^rei^ation ^manu-El. 

Location of synagogue, north side of Sutter street, 
between Stockton and Powell. Rev. Elkan Cohn, 
Rabbi ; residence, 905 Hyde street. 

Organized April, 1851 . 

A school for the religious education of the youth, 
with three hundred pupils, is conducted in the base- 
ment rooms of the synagogue building. 

Congpreg^ation Ohabai Shalonne. 

Location of synagogue, east side of Mason street, 
between Geary and Post. Rev. Dr. A. S. Bettelheim, 
Rabbi; residence, 1311 Larkin street. 

The elegant edifice occupied by this congregation 
was erected in 1865. Number of members about one 
hundred and fiftv. 

Congfreg^atlon Beth Israel. 

Location of synagogue, Turk street, near Taylor. 
Rev. Dr. A. J. Messing, Rabbi; residence, 802 Van 
Ness Avenue 

This congregation was organized in 1861. 

The present membership is about two hundred. 
Services are held daily, morning and evening, at the 
U3ua\ hours. 

Con^reg^atlon Sherith Igrael. 

Location of synagogue, northeast corner of Post and 
Taylor streets. Rev. Dr. Falk Vidaver, Rabbi ; resi- 
dence, 1115 Sutter street. M. Luxenbuig, Cantor. 

Cong^reg^ation Shaarey Zedek. 

Location of synagogue, east side of Stockton street, 
between Broadway and Vallejo. Rev. O. Weiss, 
Rabbi ; residence, 622 Filbert. 

Services every Friday evening and every Saturday 
morning. School for religious instruction daily, from 
three to five P. M. 

Cong^i^egation Beth-91enaliiin Streisand. 

Location of synagogue, Minna street, between 
Fourth and Fifth. Joseph Willner, Rabbi. Resi- 
dence, 559 Natoma street. Services held every day. 

Congregation Nevah-Zedek. 

Location of synagogue, 14 Golden Gate avenue. 
David Davis, teacher of the congregation ; residence, 
524 Jessie. Services held three times daily. 



METHODIST. 

First Ittethodist Episcopal Cburch. 

Location, west side of Powell street, between Wash- 
ington and Jackson. Rev. J. P. Macaulay, Pastor; 
residence, 1118 Powell street. 

This is the oldest Protestant church organization in 
San Francisco or in California, several families 
having been formed into a society here by Rev. W. 
Roberts, in 1846. 

Services every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A.M., and 
half-past seven o'clock P.M. Sabbath School at half 
past twelve o'clocK P.M. Prayer Meeting on Wednes- 
day evenings. 

HoTvard Street Methodist Episcopal Charch 

Location, south side of Howard street, between 
Second and Third. Rev. G. W. Izer, D. D., Pastor; 
residence, 628 Harrison .street. 

This society was organized in 1852. 

Services every Sabbath morning and evening at the 
usual hours. Prayer Meeting on Sunday, at half 
past six o'clock P. M., and on Wednesday, at half 
past seven o'clock P.M. Class meetings at ten o'clock 
A. M. and half past twelve o'clock P. M. Sundays. 
Sabbath School 12:45 P. M. 

Central Methodist Episcopal Charch. 

Location, north side of Mission street, between 
Sixth and Seventh. Rev. James N. Beard, Pastor ; resi- 
dence, 1024 Mission street. 

The church was organized in 1864. 

The Society now numbers, including probationers, 
four hundred ."nd ten. 

Services every Sabbath morning and evening at the 
usual hours. Prayer Meeting on Wednesday evenings, 
and Praise Service Sabbath at six and a half o'clock 



P.M. Sabbath School and BiblecIassesatl2:45o'clock 
P. M. Class Meetings Sabbath at ten o'clock A. M., 
and at half past twelve o'clock P. M., and on Tues- 
day and Thursday evenings. Young people's meeting 
every Monday evening. Choral Society held Saturday 
evenings. 

Grace Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, east side of Mission street, between Eigh- 
teenth and Nineteenth. Rev. H. B. Heacock, Pastor ; 
residence, 668 Twentieth street. 

Number of members, one hundred and forty. 

Services on Sabbath at eleven o'clock A. M., and at 
half past seven o'clock P. M. Prayer Meeting on 
Wednesdays at half past seven o'clock P. M. The 
Sabbath School connected with the church has an av- 
erage attendance of three hundred and eighty, and a 
library of five hundred volumes; meets at nine 
o'clock A. M. ; J. S. Renwick, Superintendent. 

Kentucky Street Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 

Location, Tennessee street, south of Solano, Po- 
trero. Rev. George S. Holmes, Pastor ; residence, west 
side Tennessee, between Butte and Solano. 

Organized 1870. Number of members, thirty. Sun- 
day School attendance, ninety. Services every Sab- 
bath at eleven o'clock A. M. and seven o'clock P. M. 
Prayer Meeting Thursday evenings. Sunday School 
at half-past nine o'clock A. M. 

St. Paul's German Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 

Location, north side Broadway street, between 
Stockton and Powell. Rev. F. A. Werth, Pastor ; resi- 
] dence, 1321 Powell street. 

This church was organized February 29, 1859. 

Services every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A. M. and 
half past seven o'clock P. M. ; also, every Wednesday 
evening in the German language. Sunday School at 
nine o'clock A. M. 

German Methodist Episcopal Churcliu 

Location, Folsom street, between Fourth and Fifth. 
Rev. Reinhard Steinbach, Pastor ; residence, 864 Fol- 
som street, rear. 

Services every Sunday at forty-five minutes past ten 
o'clock A. M. and half past seven o'clock P.M. Sab- 
bath School at nine o'clock A. M. Prayer Meeting 
every Wednesday evening at half past seven o'clock. 
Praise meeting every Friday evening at half past seven 
o'clock. All services in the German language. 

Simpson Memorial Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 

Location corner Hayes and Buchanan streets. Rev. 
F. F. Jewell, Pastor : residence 610 Buchanan. 

Services at eleven o'clock A. M. and half past seven 
o'clock P.M. Sunday School at half-past twelve o'clock 
P.M. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at half past 
seven o'clock. 

Centenary Methodist Episcopal Church, 
South. 

Location, Bush street, between Octavia and Gough. 
Rev. 0. B. Biddick, D. D.. Pastor; residence, rear of 
Church. Services every Sunday at eleven o'clock A. 
M., and half-past seven o'clock P.M. Sundey School, 
half-past nine o'clock A. M. Prayer-meeting every 
Wednesday evening at half-past seven o'clock P. M. 

Bush Street Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, Bush street, between Scott and Devisa- 
dero. Rev. T. H. Sinex, D. D. Pastor; residence, 2520 
Bush street. 

Services every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A.M. and 
half past seven o'clock P.M. Class Meeting Fridays, 
at half past seven o'clock P. M., and Sundays at ten 
o'clock A. M. Prayer Meeting Wednesday evenings. 
Sabbath School every Sunday at two o'clock P. M. 

South San Francisco Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 

Location, Fifteenth avenue. South S.F. Rev. George 
S. Holmes, Pastor ; residence, west side Tennessee, 
between Butte and Solano streets. 

Sprvices every Sunday at half past seven o'clock 
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Scandinavian Metiiodlst Episcopal CharcU. 

Place of worship, Howard street, between Eighth 
and Ninth. Rev. C. J. Wigren, Pastor; residence, 2614 
Sutter street. 

This church was organized September 27th, 1875. 
Services are held every Sabbath at eleven o'clock 
A.M., and half-past seven o'clock P.M. Prayer Meet- 
ing Wednesdays at half-pist seven o'clock P. M. 

Sunday School meets at a quarter to ten o'clock A.M. 

T-wenty-seventli Street Methodist Episco- 
pal Church. 

Location, south side Twenty-seventh street, between 
Church and Sanchez. Kev. Seneca Jones Jr., Pastor. 

Services every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A M., and 
seven o'clock P.M. Sunday School at half past twelve 
o'clock P. M. Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening. 

Afirican Slethodist Episcopal Zion Church. 

Location, west side of Stockton street, between Clay 
and Sacramento. Rev. Alexander Walters, Pastor ; 
residence, 713 Filbert street. 

Connected with the church is a Sabbath School of 
three teachers and thirty scholars, and a library of 
lour hundred volumes. 

Services every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A. M. and 
Irnlf past seven o'clock P. M. Sabbath School at one 
o'clock P. M. 

African Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, west side of Powell street, between Jack- 
son and Pacific. Rev. R. Seymour, Pastor ; residence, 
()!)5 Jackson. 

Services every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A. M., and 
hiilf past seven o'clock P. M. Sabbath School at half 
past one o'clock P. M. 

Grace Methodist Episcopal Mission. 

Location, Alabama street, near Twenty-fourth. 
Rev. J, Renwick, Local Pastor in charge; residence, 
.i27 Capp street. 

Services every Monday evening at half -past seven 
o'clock. Sunday School Sunday morning at nine 
o'clock. 

Chinese Mission House of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church. 

Location, 916 Washington street. Rev. Otis Gibson, 
Superintendent ; Lee Tong Hay, Assistant. K. Mie- 
yama, native helper. 

This Mission House was erected in 1870. The build- 
ing contains rooms designed for, and used as, an 
Asylum for Chinese women and girls, who may 
be saved from lives of slavery and shame. Mrs. 
Jane Walker is employed as teacher and missionary 
in this department. Sabbath School for women at 
twenty minutes past one o'clock P. M. every Sabbath. 
The entrance to the Chinese department is on Stone 
street, and to the Parsonage department, 916 Wash- 
ington street. 

The schools are graded into five classes, employing 
five experienced teachers, and are open every evening 
during the week except Saturday. Tuition $1 per 
month. Bible Class meets every Sabbath at eleven 
o'clock A. M. Sabbath School at six o'clock P. M. 
Praise Service and Bible Class Wednesday even- 
ings. Services in the Chinese language every Sab- 
bath, at twenty minutes past twelve o'clock P. M. 
Preaching in English the first Sabbath of each month. 

San Francisco Church Extension Society. 

This incorporation is formed for the purpose of 
founding chuixhes, of establishing Sunday schools 
and preaching places, and of relieving over-burdened 
p (lurches in the City and County of San Francisco. ' 
Directors: Robert McElroy, Charles Goodall, J. W. 
Whiting, Otis Gibson, Samuel Hancock, John R. 
Sims, William Abbott, T. H. Downing, Joseph F. 
Forderer, J. C. Bates, W. F. Gibson 



PRESBYTEEIAN. 
First Presbyterian Church 

Location, southeast corner of Van Ness avenue and 
Sacramento street. Rev. J. C. Burgess, Pastor ; resi- 
dence, 1914 Broadway 

This church was organized May 20, 1849. 

Present number of communicants is about one 
hundred and ninety. 



Services are held every Sabbath at eleven o'clock 
A. M., and at half past seven o'clock P. M. Lecture on 
Wednesday evenings. Evening Prayer Meeting at 
half-past seven o'clock P. M. Sabbath School and 
Bible Class meet at one o'clock P. M. 

Calvary Presbyterian Church. 

Location, northwest corner of Geary and Powell 
streets. Samuel P. Sprecher, D. D., Pastor; resi- 
dence, 1005 Leavenworth street. 

This church was organized July 17, 1854. 

Services every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A. M. and 
half past seven o'clock P. M. Public Lecture 
Wednesday evening. Prayer Meeting every Friday 
evening. Sabbath School meets at half past twelve 
o'clock P. M. 

Howard Presbyterian Church. 

Location, south side of Mission street, between 
Third and Fourth. Rev. Robert Mackenzie, Pastor; 
residence, 1534 Howard street. 

The church was organized September, 1850. 

The number of communicants enrolled is about 
seven hundred. 

Regular services are held on Sundays at eleven 
o'clock A. M. and half - past seven o'clock P. M. 
Sunday School meets at half -past twelve o'clock P. M. 

liarkin Street Presbyterian Church. 

Location, corner of Larkin and Pacific streets. Rev. 
John C. Eastman, Pastor; residence, 1332 Vallejo 
street. 

This enterprise was commenced by Bev. J. D. 
Strong, in April, 1862. 

Services every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A. M, and 
half past seven o'clock P. M. Young People's Prayer 
Meeting Sundays at half past six o'clock P. M., and 
regular Prayer Meeting every Wednesday night. The 
Sabbath School meets immediately after morning 
service. 

Central Presbjrterian Tabernacle. 

Location, northeast corner Golden Gate avenue and 
Polk street. Rev. W. J. Smith. Pastor : residence, 740 
Guerrero street. Rev. E. S. Chapman, Associate 
Pastor ; residence, 1020 Golden Gate Avenue. 

Sabbath services held at eleven o'clock A.M.. and 
half-past seven o'clock P.M. Prayer Meeting every 
Wednesday in the lecture room at half-past seven 
o'clock P. M. Praise service is held from quarter to 
seven till half-past seven o'clock P. M. The Sacra- 
ment of the Lord's Supper is administered on the first 
Sabbath in March, May, July, September, and No- 
vember. 

Emmanuel Mission. 

Location, 928 Harrison street, between Fifth and 
Sixth. Rev. James Woodworth, Superintendent ; res- 
idence, 1713 Stevenson street. Sunday School every 
Sabbath at half past two o'clock P. M. 

United Presbyterian Church. 

Location, west side of Mason street, between Eddy 
and Ellis. Rev. M. M. Gibson, D. D., Pastor; resi- 
dence, 803 Guerrero street, near Twentieth. 

Services are held every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A. 
M., and half past seveno'clock P. M. Sabbath School 
at half past nine o'clock A. M. 

One Mission attached to this Church; is located in 
Carr's Hall, southeast corner Twenty-fourth and 
Mission streets, and is known as the Second United 
Presbyterian, Rev. T. B. Stewart, Pastor; residence, 
935 Guerrero street. 

"Westminster Presbyterian Church. 

Location, south side of Fell street, between Octavia 
and Laguna. Rev. John Quincy Adams, Pastor ; resi- 
dence, 730 Hayes. 

Services every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A. M. and 
half past seven o'clock P. M. Sunday School at half 
past twelve o'clock P. M.; C. Geddes.Superintendent. 
Average attendance, two hundred and fifty. Prayer 
meetings Wednesdays and Fridays at half past seven 
o'clock P.M. 

Hovrard Street Presbyterian Church. 

Location, east side of Howard street between Twenty- 
first and Twenty-second. Pastorate vacant 

Services every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A.M. and 
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Tearhers' meeting at half-paet seven o'clockWednesday 
eveuiDg. 

Sunday Si-hool at half-past twelve o'clock P.M. 
Average attendance two hundred and fifty. 

St. John's Presbyterian Church. 

Location, north side of Post street, between Mason 
and Taylor. Eev. A. B. Meldrum, Acting Pastor; 
residence, 609 O'Farrell street. 

This church was organized March C, 1870. 

Church services at eleven o'clock A. M. and half 
past seven o'clock P.M. The Sabbath School meets 
at half-past nine o'clock A. M. 

Olivet Presbyterian Church. 

Location, Tennessee street, between Sierra and 
Napa. Rev. J. T. Wills, Pastor; residence, Oakland. 

■This Church was erected in 1871. Services every 
Sabbath at half-past eleven o'clock, A. M. 

Sabbath School at 2 o'clock, P. M. Connected with 
the school is a library of five hundred volumes. 

Memorial Presbyterian Church. 

Location, Eighteenth avenue, near Railroad ave- 
nue, South San Francisco. Rev. J. T. Wills, Pastor ; 
residence, Oakland. 

This Church was organized March 23, 1871. Services 
every Sabbath at half past ten o'clock, A. M. 

The Sabbath School connected with the church 
meets at twelve o'clock M., and numbers seventy-five 
members. 

Hamilton Square Presbyterian Church. 

Services held in Hamilton Hall, corner Geary and 
Steiner streets. Eev. E. Q. Matbena, Pastor ; resi- 
dence, 121 Haight street. 

This church was organized January 22, 1882. ■Ser- 
vices every Sabb.ith at eleven o'clockA. M., and half 
past seven o'clock P. M. 

Lebanon Presbyterian Church. 

Corner Twenty-third and Sanchez streets. Rev. 
John Carringtou, Pastor ; residence, 209 Chattanooga. 

'Woodbrldg'e Presbyterian Church. 

Location, corner of Twentieth and Capp streets. 
Rev. Joseph Hemphill, Pastor; residence, 2045 How- 
ard street. 

This church was organized Easter Sunday, 1876. 

Services at eleven o'clock A.M. and half past seven 
o'clock P.M. The Sunday School has an average at- 
tendance of three hundred, and meets at half past 
twelve o'clock P.M. 

Welsh Presbyterian Church. 

Place of worship, Cambrian Hall, 1133 Mission 
street. Rev. Moses Williams, Pastor ; residence, 613 
Mission str.'et. Organized March 17, 1878. Number of 
members, one hundred and ten. Hours of service, 
eleven o'clock A. M. and half-past seven o'clock P. M. 
Sunday School at half past two o'clock P. M. Average 
attendance, fifty. 

First Presbyterian Chinese Church. 

Location, west side of Stockton street, between 
Washington and Clay. Rev. A.W. Loomis, D. D. ; res- 
idence, 150.5 Jones street, and Rev. A. J. Kerr, A. M. ; 
residence, 1224 Jackson street, Missionaries, with 
two native assistants. 

Religious services in the Chinese and English lan- 
g\iages are held every Sabbath morning and evening ; 
Sabbath Schools after the morning service and at six 
P. M. 

Chinese Mission House. 

Location, northeast corner of Stockton and Sacra- 
mento streets. Rev. A.W. Loomis, D. D., residence, 
1505 Jones street, and Rev. A. J. Kerr, A. M., resi- 
dence, l-'24 Jackson street. Missionaries. 

The house contains sihool rooms and rooms for a 
Chinese Christian Assoiiation. a chai)el which will 
seat nca' ly two hundred people, and apartments for 
the residence of a mission family. 

An evening school is open throughout the week. 
It is free to the Chinese, and is t.iught by the mis- 
sionaries and other teachers who are supported by 
the Alission. 

Religions services in the Chinese and English lan- 
guages are held at the eh se of each eveniug SfS^lun, 
and special services on Wednesday and Saturday 
evenings. 



Japanese Mission. 

Location, 118 Golden Gate avenue. Rev. J. Car- 
rJngton, Minister and Teacher in charge. Free school 
first four nights in each week. Prayer meeting every 
Friday night. 



ROMAN CATHOLIC. 

St. Mary's Cathedral. 

Location, northeast comer of California and Dupont 
streets. Most Eev. P. W. Riordan, Archbishop ; Very 
Rev. J. Prendergast, V. G. Pastor; Rev. J. G. Cottle 
and Rev. M. D. Connolly, Assistants ; Rev. Geo. Mont- 
gomery, Secretary ; archepiscopal and pastoral resi- 
dence, 628 California street. 

Masses: Sundays, at half past seven, nine, and half- 
past ten o'clock A. M. ; week days, six, half-past six, 
seven, and half-past seven o'clock A.M. ; Vespers, at 
half-past seven o'clock Sunday evenings. 

St. Dominic's Church and Monastery. 

Location, northwest corner of Bush and Steiner 
streets. A large church is in course of erection. 
Served by the Dominican Fathers connected with the 
Church. 

Masses Sunday at six, seven, half-past eight, half- 
past nine and half past ten o'clock A. M. Sermon and 
benediction at half-past seven o'clock P. M. Masses 
week days at six, half-past six, seven and eight 
o'clock A. M. 

St. Francis' Church. 

Location, north side of Vallejo street, between Dn- 
pont and Stockton. Rev. J. F. Harrington, Pastor; 
Rev. P. Smith and Rev. P. B. Duffy, Assistants. Pas- 
toral residence, northeast corner Vallejo street and 
Montgomery avenue. 

Masses : Sundays at a quarter past six, half past 
seven, nine, and half past ten o'clock A. M. Sunday 
School at half past one o'clock P. M. Vespers and 
Benediction on Sundays at half past seven o'clock P. 
M. Mass on week days at seven o'clock A. M. 

Sunday School at nine o'clock A. M. 

St. Igrnatins' Church. [ 

Location, north side of Hayes street, west of Van 
Ness avenue. Served by the Fathers of the Society 
of Jesus, connected with St. Ignatius' College. 

Masses : Sundays, at five, forty-five minutes past 
five, half past six, fifteen minutes past seven, eight, 
forty-five minutes past eight, half past nine, and half 
past ten o'clock, A. M. ; Vespers at half past seven 
o'clock P. M. Masses on week days at five, forty-five 
minutes past five, half past six, fifteen minutes past 
seven, and eight o'clock A. M. 

St. Patrick's Church. 

Location, north side of Mission street, between 
Third and Fourth. Rev. Peter J. Grey, Pastor ; Rev. 
Thomas Larkin, Rev. P. Lynch and Rev. H. P. Galla- 
gher, Assistants. Pastoral residence, 744 Mission 
street. 

Masses : Sundays, at fifteen minutes past six, fifteen 
minutes past seven, eight, nine, and half-past ten 
o'clock A. M. : during the week, daily, at half-past six 
and half-past seven o'clock A. M. ; Vespers and bene- 
diction of theM. H. S., at half-past seven o'clock P.M. 

Notre Dame des Vlctoires. 

Location, north side of Bush street, between Dupont 
and Stockton. Rev. Pierre Robert, Pastor ; Rev. G. 
Antonicci, Assistant Pastor; residence, 526 Bush 
street. 

Masses on Sundays at nine, and half past ten o'clock 
A. M. ; Mass on week days at ei<;ht o'clock A. M. Ves- 
pers, three o'clock P. M. Catechism, on Sundays, at 
two oMock P. M., taught in the English and French 
hinguages, preparatory to communion for children 
from ten years and older. Baptism of infants, one 
o'clock P. M. ,i .yji^ 

Mission Dolores. 

Location, southwest corner of Sixteenth and Dolores 
streets. Rev. Rid ard P.Breunan, Pustor; Rev. John 
J. Sulllvnn. assistant Pastor. Pastoral residence, 
adji ining the church. 

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1776, although projected in 1769, by Father Junipero 
Serra, the Father of the California Missions. The 
first Friar who had charge was Francisco Palou, who 
was assisted in his labors by Benito Cambon. At the 
organization of this Mission, and for its protection, 
there were fifteen soldiers located at the Presidio, 
under the coninaand of S. Flores. A cemetery is at- 
tached to the church, in which the first interment 
was made in September, 1776. The first Indian con- 
vert was baptized on the twenty-seventh day of De- 
cember, in the same year. In the introductory por- 
tion of the San Francisco Directory for 1862, page 5, 
will be found further details connected with the his- 
tory of this Mission. Attached to this church is a 
large day school. 

Masses at half past six, eight, one-quarter to nine, 
and half past ten o'clock A.M. on Sundays and Festi- 
vals. Vespers at half past seven o'clock P.M. 

The congregation no longer worships in the old 
church, a new one having been erected, and which 
was dedicated on the 27th of February, 1884. The 
new church is a beautiful Gothic edifice, of the thir- 
teenth century architecture, finely frescoed, and cost 
S50,000. 

St. Josepli's Charch. 

Location, west side of Tenth street, between Folsom 
and Howard. Rev. P. Scanlon, Pastor ; Eev. J. A. 
Gallagher, Bev. Matthew Largan and Rev. P. J. O'Con- 
nor, Assistants; residence adjoining the church. 

Services on Sundays and Festival days. Masses; Sun- 
days at six, seven,eight, nine, and half past ten o'clock 
A.M.; Catechism at nine o'clock A.M., and Vespers at 
seven o'clock P.M. in Winter, and half past seven in 
Summer. Masses on week days at half past six, seven, 
half past seven, and eight o'clock A.M. 

St. Rose's Cbarcli. 

Location, Brannan street, near Fourth. Rev. D. F. 
Nugent, Pastor; Rev. C. O'Connor, Assistant Pastor ; 
residence, adjoining church. 

Masses are said at eight, nine and half past ten o'clock 
A.M. Sunday School at two o'clock P.M., and Ves- 
pers at half past seven o'clock P.M. 

St. Bridget's Church.. 

Location, southwest corner of Broadway street and 
Van Ness avenue. Rev. T. Callaghan, Pastor; Rev. 
James O'Connor, Assistant ; residence, adjoining the 
church. 

Masses every Sunday at half past six, eight, and half 
past ten o'clock A. M. and vespers at half past seven 
o'clock P. M. Catechism for the children at nine 
o'clock A. M. Masses on week days at seven o'clock 
A. M. 

St. Peter's Church. 

Location, west side of Columbia street, between 
Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth. Rev. P. S. Casey, 

Pastor ; Rev. Brady, Assistant; pastoral residence, 

east side of Alabama street, between Twenty-fourth 
and Twenty-fifth. 

The Academy adjoining the church, under the charge 
of the Sisters of Mercy, accommodates the youth of 
the parish. 

Masses on Sundays at seven, half past eight, and 
half past ten o'clock A.M. Sunday School at twenty 
minutes past nine o'clock A. M. for boys in the 
church, and one o'clock P. M. for girls in the convent. 

St, Paul's Church. 

Location, northwest corner of Twenty-ninth and 
Church streets. Rev. Lawrence Breslin, Pastor ; res- 
idence, 1526 Church street. 

Masses on Sundays at eight and ten o'clock A. M. 
Sunday School at half past ten o'clock A. M. 

St. Boniface's Church (Crerman). 

Location, south side of Golden Gate Av, between 
Jones and Leavenworth. Rev. Sebastian Wolf, Pas- 
tor; Rev. John Meiler, Assistant Pastor ; residence, 
in rear of the church. 

This church was dedicated June, 1870. Masses on 
Sundays at eight, and half past ten o'clock A.M. and 
Vespers at three o'clock P.M.; weekdays. Mass at 
half past seven o'clock A.M.; Catechism. Sundays at a 
quarter to eight o'clock A.M., under the charge of the 
SiBiers of St. Dominic. 



St. Teresa's Church. 

Location, east side of Tennessee street, between 
Butte and Solano, Potrero. Bev. John Kemmy, 
Pastor. 

This church was organized November 18, 1881. 

Masses on Sundays at seven and ten o'clock A. M. 

Church of the Holy Cross. 

Location, Calvary Cemetery. Attended from St. 
John the Baptist Church. Masses on Simdays at 
eight and half-past nine o'clock A. M. Sunday School 
after last Mass. 

St. John the Baptist Church. 

Location, north side of Eddy street, between Oc- 
tavia and Laguna. Rev. A. Cullen, Pastor ; Rev. 
James Flood, Assistant ; pastoral residence, 1122 Eddy 
street. 

Masses Sundays at seven, nine and half past ten 
o'clock A. M. Vespers Sundays, at half-past seven 
o'clock P. M. Sunday School in the morning after 
nine o'clock Mass. 

St. Brendan's Church. 

Location, northeast corner of Fremont and Harri- 
son streets. Rev. John F. Nugent, Pastor : residence, 
320 Harrison. 

This parish was organized in 1879. The present 
church edifice was erected in the spring of 1883, ser- 
vices being held therein for the first time April 8, 
1883. 

Daily masses at half-past seven A. M., and on Sun- 
days at half-past seven and half-past nine A. M. ; 
rosary and benediction at half -past seven P. M. 

Tglesia de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe. 

Location, north side of Broadway street, between 
Mason and Taylor. Rev. Andres Garriga, Pastor ; Rev. 
Antonio Benidet, Assistant ; pastoral residence, 908 
Broadway street. 

This church was organized for the benefit of the 
Spanish and Portuguese residents. 

Services are held in the Spanish language at ten 
o'clock A.M., on Sundays and Festival days. Masses at 
seven, nine and half-past ten o'clock A. M. Vespers 
at half-past seven o'clock P. M. Mass on week davs 
at seven o'clock A. M. The Sunday School has an at- 
tendance of over two hundred scholars ; meets at 
nine o'clock A. M. 

San Pietro Church. 

Location, northeast corner of Filbert and Dupont 
streets. Rev. Carlo Franchi, Pastor. 

Chapels. 

In addition to services held at the different Soman 
Catholic churches throughout the city, religious exer- 
cises take place regularly at the following institu- 
tions : Presentation Convent Chapel, Powell street; 
St. Rose's Convent, corner Steiner and Tyler streets ; 
Sacred Heart Convent, comer of Taylor and Ellis 
streets ; St. Mary's Hospital Chapel, comer of First 
and Bryant streets ; Magdalen Asylum Chapel, Po- 
trero avenue, near Twenty-first street ; St. Mary's 
College Chapel, San Jos^ Road; St. Vincent's Orphan 
Asylum, South San Francisco ; Sacred Heart College, 
corner of Larkin and Eddy streets. 



SWEDENBORGIAN. 
First Nefv Jerusalem Church. 

Location north side of O'Farrell street, between 
Mason and Taylor. Rev. John Doughty, Pastor ; resi- 
dence, 1508 Leavenworth street. 

Services are held every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A. 
M. Administration of the Sacrament of the Lord's 
Supper at the close of the morning service on the 
first Sundays In February, May, August and Novem- 
ber. Sabbath School at half past twelve o'clock P. M. 

Second New Jerusalem Church. 

Rev. J. Worcester, 
Meet at Druids' Hall, 
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UNITARIAN. 
Fir«t Unitarian Churcti. 

Locutiou, south side of Geary street, between Du- 
pont and Stockton. Rev. Horatio Stebbins, D. D., 
Pastor ; residence, 1609 Larkiu street. 

There is connected with the society an organized 
charity, called The Society for Christian Work. 

Religious services are held on Sunday at eleven 
o'clock A.M. and half past seven o'clock P.M.; all 
seats are free at the evening services. 

The Sunday School has about three hundred and 
tweuty-one scholars and teachers, and a library of 
two thousand volumes. The Sunday School Is held at 
half past nine o'clock A. M. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 
Tbe niarinera' Chnrcli. 

Locatiou. northeast corner of Sacramento and 
Drumm streets. Rev. Joseph Rowell, Pastor; resid- 
ence, 1416 Sacramento street; Rev. W. D. Bishop, 
Missionary. 

This church finds a wide field for usefulness, in the 
usual church service.*, a large Bible Class for seamen 
and strangers, a free reading room, monthly meetings 
of the S. F. Marine Temperance Society, several 
Prayer meetings on week-day evenings, preaching on 
the Sabbath, and personal labor on the Sabbath and 
during the week at the U. S. Marine Hospital, dis- 
tribution of bibles and tracts on shipboard, boarding 
houses, and elsewhere, and missionary labors about 
the streets wharves and shipping, and on board sea- 
going vessels. It is an undenominational missionary 
church. 

There is connected with this church a Bible Class 
and Sabbath School, numbering more than one hun- 
dred teachers and scholars ; meets at half -past nine 
o'clock A. M. Services every Sabbath at eleven o'clock 
A. M. and half-past seven o'clock P. M. Prayer meet- 
ings every Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings, 
at half past seven o'clock P. M. 

Christian Clinrcli. 

Place of worship, Toimg Men's Christian Associa- 
tion, 232 Sutter street. 

No stated Pastor at present. The congregation have 
purchased a lot on Twelfth street, bet Mission and 
Howard streets, on which they intend to build a 
church. 

Services every Sunday at eleven o'clock A. M. and 
half past seven o'clock P. M. 

Second Advent Clxrigtian Churcli. 

Location, 927 Mission street. Thomes Howell, El- 
der ; residence, 20 Derby, ofl" Taylor. 

This Society was organized in 1870. Services are 
held every Sunday at eleven o'clock A. M. Present 
membership about fifty. 

Seventh-Day Adventists. 

Organized, 1871 ; place of worship, Laguna street, 
between Tyler and McAllister ; M. C. Israel, Elder ; 
residence, Oakland. 

Services every Saturday, at eleven o'clock A. M. 
Sunday School at ten o'clock A. M. Prayer Meeting, 
Wednesday evenings. 

The Independent German Cong^regation of 
San Francisco. 

Incorporated July 1, 1870. Lectures by the Speaker, 
Mr. Fred. Schuenemann-Pott, held at 310 O'Farrell 
street, Sundays, at two o'clock P. M. during the Win- 
ter months, and on Wednesday evenings during the 
Summer. Sunday School at nine o'clock A. M. ; num- 
ber of scholars, one hundred. 

.Reorganized Church of Jesas Christ 
of I^atter-Day Saints (San Francisco 
Branchj . 

Organized 1863. George S. Lincoln, Presiding Eld- 
er, "rhis congregation numbers thirty-five members, 
including five Eiders, two Priests, one Teacher, and 
two Deacons. 

Meets every Sunday at half-past seven o'clock P. M. 
in Lincoln Hall, 71 New Montgomery street. 



Russian Church. 

Place of worship, 1713 Powell. Rev. W. N. West- 
homoff. Arch-priest; residence, 1715 Powell street. 

Services every Sunday at ten o'clock A.M, and Sat- 
urday at six o'clock P.M. 

Sunday School at two o'clock, P. M. 

There is a school in connection with the church 
held every day during the week except Sunday, for 
the instruction of children in religion and preparing 
them for the church. 

S^vedish Church. 

Services held in the Church of the Advent, Howard 
street, opposite New Montgomery. Rev. Adolph 
Noren, Pastor ; residence, 332 Shipley street. 

Friends' Meeting. 

Services held in Superior Court Room No. i, third 
floor New City Hall, every First Day, at eleven o'clock 
A. M. Entrance on the north side, at the small door 
near the center of the building. An invitation to 
attend is cordially extended to all. 



San Francisco Spiritualists' Union. 

Organized May 26, 1872. Meets every Sunday at 
Ixora Hall, 737 Mission. Number of members, two 
hundred and fifty. Children's Progressive Lyceum at 
half past ten o'clock A. M. Conference or Lecture at 
two o'clock P.M. Lecture at half past seven o'clock 
P. M. 



SOCIETIES. 



Religious. 



AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETT— PACIFIC AGENCY. 
—Rev. Geo. C. McCoimell, Secretary. This society 
was organized in 1825, to diffuse Gospel truth through 
the printed page. Its headquarters are at 150 Nassau 
street. New York. 

Its depository, at 757 Market street, is also the de- 
pository of the American Sunday School Union, the 
Presbyterian Board of Publication, and the Congrega- 
tional Publishing Society. 

CALIFORNIA BIBLE SOCIETY.— Organized Octo- 
ber 30, 1849. Depository, 3 Montgomery street. Meet- 
ings of the Board of Trustees are held by appoint- 
ment, on the Tuesday after the first Sunday of each 
month. Superintendent, Rev. John Thompson. 

GENERAL BAPTIST CONVENTION OF THE 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA.— Organized in May, 1881. 
Meets annually in May of each year. 

Ofittcers.— Benj. C. Wright, San Francisco, Presi- 
dent ; Hon. H. E. McCune, Dixon, and O. F.Dyer, San 
Diego, Vice-Presidents ; W. B. Thompson, San Fran- 
cisco, Secretary ; W. R. Strong, Sacramento, Treas- 
urer. 

LADIES' PASTORAL AID SOCIETY OF TRINITY 
CHURCH.— Organized 1873. Meets every Friday at 
Trinity Church, after morning service. The object of 
the society is to take under its care the destitute and 
friendless within the bounds of Triujty Church parish, 
to find employment for those requiring it, and to pro- 
vide clothing and assistance for such as may be in 
need of it ; to visit and comfort the sick and the 
afflicted; to endeavor to bring to the church those who 
are neglectful of its services, and particularly the 
poorer and friendless classes ; to gather children into 
the Sunday School, and to aid in- providing active and 
competent teachers ; in short, to do all in its power, 
under tlie guidance and direction of the Rector of the 
parish, to advance the interests of the Church of 
Christ, and to extend to those around the prlvtleges 
and blessings of the gospel. 

Officers— Mrs. Bishop, President ; Mrs. H. W.Beers, 
Vice-President ; Miss Huddart, Secretary ; Mrs. J. 
Mathleu, Treasurer. 



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SAN FKANCISCO DIRECTOKY. 



METHODIST BOOK DEPOSITORY. — PACIFIC 
COAST BRANCH.— The Book Concern was ebtablished 
in 1789 on a borrowed capital of $600. 

The San Francisco Depository, 1041 Market street, 
Rev. J. B. Hill, Agent, was established in 1864, and 
entered its own present commodious building in 1877. 
The National Temperance Publication Society of New 
York, and the Publishing House of the M. E. Church 
South, of Nashville, are represented by full lines of 
stock. 

OCCIDENTAL BRANCH OF THE WOMAN'S FOR- 
EIGN MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF THE PRESBY- 
TERIAN CHURCH.— Organized March, 1874, and has 
for Its especial field of labor the evangelization of 
heathen women on the Pacific Coast. Thirtj'-one 
auxiliary societies have been formed on the coast, 
seven of which are located in this city. The society 
purchased in June, 1876, the property at 933 Sacra- 
mento street for the purposes of the Mission Home. 
Daily school in English and Chinese is maintained, 
and Cblnese women are in cases of persecution 
afforded shelter in the Home. 

Oflicers. — Mrs. P. D. Browne, President; Mrs. A- 
J. Kerr, Treasurer ; Mrs. C. H. Street, Recording 
Secretary; Mrs. I. N. Condit, Corresponding Secre- 
tary; Miss M. Culbertson, Superintendent 

PACIFIC PRESBYTERIAN UNION.— Organized Oc- 
tober, 1875. Composed of the clergy and laity of the 
several Presbyterian churches of the City. 

The Union meets quarterly at the different churches. 
The Board of Directors meet on the first Monday 
of each mouth. 

Sabbath Schools are maintained by the Union every 
Sunday afternoon as follows : 56 First street, George 
M. Edmunds, Superintendent ; corner Steiner and 
Geary streets, James Horsburg, Superintendent ; 
corner Jersey and Sanchez streets, Rev. John Carring- 
ton. Superintendent, and McCartney's Hall, 927 Pa- 
cific street, George Leonard, Superintendent. 

Officers. — Thomas Magee, President ; J. Elliot Con- 
diet, Vice-President; Arthur W. Edwards, Recording 
Secretary ; William S. Jack, Corresponding Secretary; 
H. L. Van Winkle, Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO BAPTIST SOCIAL UNION.— 
Organized in July, 1884. Business meetings held 
monthly and public meetings quarterly. 

Officers.— A. B. Forbes, President; P. D. Code, 
Vice-President ; G. A. Hull, U. S. A. , Secretary ; J. R. 
Bennett, Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO GIRLS' UNION.— Incorporated 
June 6, 1884. Location, 714 BuHh street. This Society 
is formed in the interest of the self-reliant, self- 
respecting girls of San Francisco, and unprotected 
strangers. 

Its object is to open attractive rooms for music, 
reading, etc. ; form classes for practical aid in the 
line of each girls's own endeavor ; also, to sublet all 
private rooms in the Society's building to those with- 
out or too remote from friends and home, and furnish 
board at moderate cost. 

Officers for 1885.— President, Miss M. B. Coch- 
rane; Vice-Presidents, Mrs. Grace 8. Bray and Mrs. 
Chas. Blace ; Treasurer, Wm. Bosworth; Secretary, 
Mrs. R. S. Miller; Superintendent, Mrs. C. E. Kinney. 

SAN FRANCISCO PORT SOCIETY. — Organized 
March, 1860. Objects: The moral improvement of 
seamen and others connected with the sea, in this 
port, byaiding the American Seaman's Friend Society 
of Nf'w York, in sustaining the Mariners' Church of 
San Francisco, and in such enterprises connected 
therewith as the society may approve. Any person 
may become a member by pajing $5 a year, or a life 
member by the payment at one time of $50. 

Officers. — Oliver Eldridge. President; Henry P. 
Blanchard. Vice-President ; J. Bowell. Secretary ; Rob- 
ert Balfour, Treasurer ; Ir.i P. Rankin. J. T.Dean. I.W. 
Raymond, Charles Goodall, Robert Balfour, David 
Meeker, Charles Ferris and J. Rowell, Trustees. 

SOCIETY FOR CHRISTIAN WORK.— Organized Oc- 
tober, 1873. This society Is con nee ted with the First 
Unitari«n Church ; and is under the auspires of the 
ladies of the congrega'ion, ev ry one of whom is ex- 
pected to aid in its support. The objeefs of the so- 
ciety are to relieve the t^ick and destitute, distribute 
clothing, seek emplojment for needy women, and 



assist the unfortunate in all practicable ways. Con- 
tributions of reading matter are distributed to the 
prisons, hospitals and asylums. The social interest 
of the congregation is the special care of the society, 
and is sought to be promoted by Bygtematic visiting, 
extending a hospitable welcome to strangers and so- 
cial receptions. The money needed for the prose- 
cution of this work is obtained by the Sewing Society 
of the Congregation, which meets every alternate 
Monday at two o'clock P. M. in the church parlors, 
to which all are cordially invited. 

Officers. — Mrs. Horace Davis, President; Mrs. Dr. 
Soule, Secretary ; Mrs. J. G. Jackson, Treasurer. 

SODALITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.— 
Organized December, 1861. The society is governed 
by a Prefect and two assistants, together with a Secre- 
tary, Treasurer, and a council of twelve members 
elected annually. Its present spiritual Director is 
Rev. Joseph Neri, S.J. It has a library of over three 
thousand volumes, which is open every Sunday at half 
past two o'clock P. M., and Monday, Wednesday 
and Friday at half past seven o'clock P. M., to 
members of the Sodality and subscribers paying a 
small monthly fee. Gentlemen's Sodality meetings 
held every Sunday morning, at a quarter to eight, in 
their chapel, basement of St. Ignatius Chiirch, on 
Hayes street, west of Van Ness avenue. Number of 
members about six hundred. 

Ladies' Sodality of the B.V. M. meets on Sundays, 
at half past two o'clock P. M.,in their cliapel, over the 
eastern side aisle of the church. Number of members, 
two hundred and fifty. Volumes in librai-y, about fif- 
teen hundred. Present Director Rev. A. Maraschi, 
S.J. 

WILLING WORKERS.— The Society of Willing 
Workers is composed of the members of the church 
and congregation of Union Square Free Baptist 
Church, 

Officers.- President, Mrs. L. Knight ; Vice Presi- 
dent, Mrs. Gillespie; Secretary, Mrs. J. S. Pelton, 
Treasurer, Mrs. Doe ; Board of Directors, Mrs. Bar- 
low Dyer, Mrs. Brown and Mrs. 0. Flint. 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.— In- 
corporated September 13, 1853. For the attainment 
of the objects of this association there is pro- 
vided and maintained: A library and bath rooms, free 
to all members of this association. A reading room, 
well supplied with current literature, daily, weekly, 
pictorial, secular, and religious papers, tree to all 
such as conform to the rules and regulations issued 
by the Board of Managers from time to time. The 
library contains upward of four thousand volumes. 
There is also a gymnasium connected with the insti- 
tution. 

A Prayer Meeting, to which all are invited, is held 
at the rooms every day at twelve o'clock noon. Bible 
Class, on Friday evenings at eight o'clock. Services 
in the large hall of the association every Sunday at 
three o'clock P.M. 

The association has a large and handsome building 
on Sutter street, between Kearny and Dupont owned 
by til em and free from debt. The free reading rooms 
are open every day from half-past eight o'clock A. 
M. to ten o'clock P. M. 

Officers.— George W. Gibbs, President : John W. 
Myers, Recording Secretary ; H.J. McCoy, General Sec- 
retary ; M. M. Meyers. Assistnnt Secretary: Prentiss 
Selbv, Treasurer ; L. B. Benchley, Librarian. Board 
of Directors— J. W. Whiting, W. B. Parsons, Suniuel 
Carson. Pf ter B. Simons, N. T. Romaine. I. H. Morse, 
S. F. Bnfford, George W. Gibbs, Capt. G. A. Hull, 
R. V. Watt, A. B. Forbes, H. J. Miihau. John W. But- 
ler, R. P. Davidson. John W. Myers, Prentiss Selby, 
E. W. Newhall and Charles A. Luton. 

CHINESE YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA- 
TION.— Locntion of rooms, northeast corner of Sacra- 
mento and Stockton streets. Open everyday until half 
past nine o'clock P.M. The association is under the 
charge of Rev. A. W. Loomis. D. D.,MndRev. A. 1. 
Kerr, who give Instruetion in the English language, 
and have charge of the libniry 

Officers.— Lee Shuck, President; Dia Che, Secre- 
tary. 

YOUNG MEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION.— Organ- 
ized October 14, 1877. The objects of the aasociailon 
are: 



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iBt. The improvement of the mental, moral, and 
■octal condition of its members. 

2d. The protection of Hebrew interests. 

The association at present numbers one hundred 
members, and meets monthly at their rooms 211 
Suttor street. 

Officers— Morris Feintuch, President ; William Saal- 
berg, Vice-President ; Max Goldman, Recordiun Secre- 
tary ; Eugene Q. Davis, Treasurer ; Marks Blaskower, 
R. E. Max, and Maurice Brandt, Directors. 

TOUNG WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.— 
Organized September 9, 1877. Incorporated February 
1, 1878. Number of members, about one hundred and 
eighty. The objects of the association includes the 
establishment of an industrial department for desti- 
tute women, a reading room and library for women 
and girls, the furnishing of advice, sympathy, tempo- 
ral aid and encouragement to friendless and homeless 
young women arriving or residing in the city, and the 
extension of moral and religious surroundings to all 
families needing such ministrations. 

The rooms of the association are located at •')39 How- 
ard street, and consist of library, reading and sewing- 
rooms. The library contains over one thousand vol- 
umes of well selected literature, and the reading room 
is copiously supplied with the choicest periodicals. 
The annual meeting is held on the second Monday in 
Septembei- of each year. 

Officers- Mrs. L. C. Redington, President ; Mrs. M. 
R. Lansing, Recording Secretary; Miss A. Van Winkle, 
Treasurer; Mrs. J. F. Merrill, Corresponding Secre- 
tary ; Miss A. A. Healt, Superintendent and Librarian. 



Benevolent. 

AMERICAN LEGION OF HONOR.— This organiza- 
tion is a secret benevolent society, connected with 
which Is a beneficiary system for the relief of sick 
and distressed members and the heirs of deceased 
members. 

A Grand Council was instituted August 8, 1881. 

Grand Officers: James Lenhart, San Francisco, 
Grand Commander ; George W. Dixon, San Francisco, 
Grand Vice-Commander ; M. L. Wicks, Los Angeles, 
Grand Orator; C. O. Burton, San Francisco, Grand 
Secretary; John N. Besse, Watsonville, Grand Treas- 
urer ; Rev. Thomas Filben, Healdsburg, Grand Chap- 
lain : Mrs. D. B. Rogers, Bakersfield, Grand Guide ; 
Henry Tzack, Grass Valley, Grand Warden ; J. C. 
Ruddock, Ukiah, Grand Sentry. 

There are eighty-four subordinate Councils under 
the jurisdiction of the Grand Council, fifteen of which 
are located in San Francisco, as follows : 

Golden CouucrL No. 118.— Meets every second and 
fourth Wednesday evenings in the month at 32 O'Far- 
rell street. 

Alta Councii. No. 147.— Meets every Friday evening 
at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Mtktle Council No. 187.— Meets every Wednesday 
evening, cor Mason and O'Farrell. 

Caufoenia Council No. 250. — Meets every first and 
bird Monday evenings in the month at 32 O'Farrell 
treets. 

Bohemian Council No. 261.— Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

San Francisco Council No. 442.— Meets every Tues- 
day evening at 417 Kearny street. 

Coleman Council No. 451. — Meets every second 
and fourth Tuesday evenings in the month at corner 
Sixteenth and Valencia. 

Washington Council No. 480.— Meets every second 
and fourth Tuesday evenings in the month at 320 
Post. 

Occident Council No. 502.— Meets every first and 
third Saturday evenings in the month at 32 O'Far- 
rell street. 

Golden West Council No. 547.— Meets every second 
and fourth Friday evenings in the month in Hamilton 
Hall, corner Geary and Steiner streets. 

Golden Stab Council No. 548.— Meets every Thurs- 
day evening in B. B. Hall. 121 Eddy street. 

Protection Council No. 596. — Meets second and 
fourth Friday evening In B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy 
street. 



Metropolis Council No. 640. — Meets every Satur- 
day evening In Red Men's Hall, 320 Post Btreet. 

Mystic Council No. 674. — Meets every first and 
third Friday evenings in the month, cor Mason and 
O'Farrell street. 

Golden Shore Council No. 695. — Meets every Sat- 
urday evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

AMERICAN PROTESTANT ASSOCIATION.- Ob- 
ject: Mutual benefit to members of the order. 

Organized 1867. Number of members in San Fran- 
cisco, about thirty-five hundred. 

District Deputy Grand Master, John D. Coulie. 
Office, 213 Fremont street. 

Four Subordinate Lodges have been organized in 
this city, viz : 

Califobnia Lodge, No. 1. — Meets every first and 
third Thursday evening at 18)4 Eddy street. 

Yerba Buena Lodge, No. 2. — Meets every Friday 
evening at 20 Eddy street. 

Pacific Lodge, No. 5. — Meets every Friday evening 
at Champion Hall, Potrero. 

Harmony Lodge, No. 6.— Meets every second and 
fourth Tuesday evening at 20 Eddy street. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS.— The objects 
of this order are to aid the sick members, give relief 
to their widows and orphans, to find employment for 
the unemployed, and all other benevolent purposes. 
There are twenty-two courts in the State, with several 
female branches known as circles, and a branch 
known as Knights of Sherwood Forest . 

California District. — Organized December, 1879. 
Officers.- Henry Beaver, D. C. R. ; Alexander Nichol- 
son. D. S. C. R. ; Max Goldman, D. Treasurer; R. N. 
McLennan, D. Secretary, 420 Montgomery street ; H. 
Webb, D. B. 

Court Robin Hood, No. 5931. — Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month in Druid's Hall, 413 
Sutter street. 

Court Eureka, No. 6146. — Meets first and third 
Thursdays of each month in Red Men's Hall, 510 Bush 
street. 

Court Aurora, No. 6450.— Meets first and third 
Fridays of each month at 20 Eddy street. 

Court America, No. 6454. — Meets second and fourth 
Thursdays of each month in Champion Hall, Potrero. 

CocBT California, No. 6671.— Meets every Tuesday 
evening, in Foresters' Hall, 20 Eddy street. 

Court Invincible, No. 6672.— Meets first and third 
Fridays of each month in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner 
Eighth and Franklin, Oakland. 

Court Occidental, No. 6676.— Meets second and 
fourth Fridays of each month at 320 Post street. 

Court Golden Gate, No. 6681.— Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month in Shiel's Building, 
32 O'Farrell street. 

Court San Francisco, No. 6744.— Meets second and 
fourth Thursdays of each month in Washington Hall, 
35 Eddy street. 

Court Bay CriY, No. 6857.— Meets second and fourth 
Wednesdays of each month, in B'nai B'rith Ball, 121 
Eddy Street. 

Court Eucliean, No. 6932. — Meets every Monday 
evening, in Grand Central Hall, 997 Market street 

Court Stab of the West, No. 6956.— Meets every 
Friday evening, in Foresters' Hall, 20 Eddy street. 

Court Eclipse, No. 6972.— Meets every Monday 
evening, in Foresters' Hall, 20 Eddy street 

Court Hubertus No. 7125.— Meets every Monday 
evening at 320 Post. 

Conclave No. 11, Knights of Sherwood Forest.— 
Meets Second and Fourth Thursdays of each Month, 
in Washington Hall, 35 Eddy street 

Washington Circle. Companions of the Forest. — 
Meets second and fourth Thursdays of each month, 
in Foresters' Hall, 20 Eddy street 

Court Pride of Califoenia, No. 1 (Juvenile 
Branch). — Meets second and fourth Tuesdays of 
each month in Grand Central Hall, 997 Market street. 

Court Young America, No. 2 (Juvenile Branch) .— 
Meets first and third Saturdays of each month in 
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ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS.— Organized 
March 29, 1869. Headquarters, Irish-American Hall, 
Bo^rd of Directors, composed of all the Division 
Officers in the co\inty, meets on the 20th of each 
month. 

State Officers.— J. W. Sheehey, San Francisco, State 
Delegate; T. H. Carr, Nevada City, State Secretary, 
Edmund Welch, San Francisco, State Treasurer. 

M. G. Sears, County Delegate ; John H. Gilmore, 
County Secretary ; P. Conlan, County Treasurer. 

Eight Divisions have been organized in this city, 
viz: 

Division No. 1. — Meets second Friday of each 
month in Irish-American Hall, 818 Howard street. 

Division No. 2. — Meets iirst Thursday of each 
month in Irish-American Hall, 818 Howard street. 

Division No. 3. — Meets third Tuesday of each 
montn in Buddy's Hall, 9093^ Market street. 

Division No. i. — Meets first Friday of each month 
in Irish-American Hall, 818 Howard street. 

Division No. 5. — Meets first Wednesday of each 
month in Mayberry Hall, 2417 Mission street. 

Division No. 6. — Meets second Wednesday of each 
month in Irish-American Hall, 818 Howard street. 

Division No. 7. — Meets second Tuesday of each 
month iu Irish-American Hall, 818 Howard street. 

Division No. 8. — Meets first Tuesday of each month 
in St. Joseph's Hall, west side of Tenth street, be- 
tween Howard and Folsom. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF UNITED WORKMEN.— 
This Order, which was first organized in the State by 
the institution of California Lodge No. 1 at West 
Oakland, August 21, 1875, has grown rapidly, until 
now it has assumed proportions, in respect to num- 
bers and organization, which places it in the front 
rank among our many secret benevolent orders. Over 
two hundred and thirty Lodges have been formed in 
the State, with an aggregate membership of over 
sixteen thousand. 

The Grand Lodge or Califobnia.— Organized 
1877. Meets in San Francisco. 

Officers. — David McClure, San Francisco, P. G. 
M. W. ; Duncan McPhergon, G. M. W., Santa Cruz; 
Edwin Danforth, G. F. ; E. F. Loud, San Francisco, 
G. O. ; H. G. Pratt. Grand Recorder; C. H. Haile, 
Grand Receiver ; Seneca Davis, Placerville, G. G. ; 
Henry Brown, Napa, G. W. 

Twenty-three Lodges have been instituted in this 
city, viz: 

San Francisco Lodge No. 4.— Meets every Wednes- 
day at B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. 

Golden Gate Lodge No. 8. — Meets every Thurs- 
day at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Harmony Lodge No. 9. — Meets every Saturday at 
913 Market street. 

Yerba Bttena Lodge No. 14.— Meets every Friday 
at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Bernal Lodge No. 19.— Meets every Monday at 
comer of Sixteenth and Valencia streets. 

Unitt Lodge No. 27.— Meets every Tuesday at B'nai 
B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. 

Vai-ley Lodge No. 30.— Meets every Wednesday at 
32 O'Farrell street. 

Spartan Lodge No. 
O'Farrell street. 

Myrtle Lodge No. 42. —Meets every Saturday at 
913 Market street. 

Washington Lodge No. 60. — Meets every Thurs- 
day at B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. 

Burns' Lodge No. 68. — Meets every Thursday at 
913 Market street. 

St. John Lodge No. 73.— Meets every Thursday 
at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Magnolia Lodge No. 41.— Meets every Monday at 
32 O'Farrell street. 

Franklin Lodge No. 44.— Meets every Friday at 
35 Eddy street. 

Herodles Lodge No. 53. — Meets every Friday at 
Hamilton Hall, southwest corner Geary and Steiner 

streets. 



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Excelsior Lodge No. 126.— Meets every Thursday 
at Excelsior Hall, 2419 Mission street. 

Olympic Lodge No. 127. — Meets every Tuesday at 
35 Eddy street. 

Fidelity Lodge No. 136.— Meets every Wednesday 
at 320 Post street. 

Bay View Lodge No. 159. — Meets every Friday at 
corner Railroad avenue and Trinidad street. South 
San Francisco. 

Triumph Lodge No. 180. — Meets every Tuesday at 
320 Post street. 

NoE Valley Lodge No. 185. — Meets every Tuesday 
in Daveneck Hall, comer Church and Twenty-fourth 

streets. 

Workmen's Guarantee Fund Association. — In- 
corporated January 22, 1880. Objects: To provide for 
the payment to the widow of a deceased member 
thereof a stipulated sum of money raised by assess- 
ments from its surviving members. 

Officers — William H. Jordan, President; P. Veasey, 
Vice-President; E. M. Reading, Secretary; J. W. 
Belden, Treasurer. Office 41 St. Ann's Building. 

AUSTRIAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.— Incorpo- 
rated September 28, 1870. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each mouth, at Druid's Hall, 413 
Sutter street. Number of members, two hundred 
and fifty 

Officers— John Bronzan, President ; M. Scanatich, 
Vice-President; E. L. Lindwall, Treasurer; N. Bol- 
linger, Recording Secretary ; H. Hienz, Financial 
Secretary. 

AUSTRIAN PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION.— Organ- 
ized April 12, 1879. Number of members, two hun- 
dred and twenty. Meets at 806 Montgomery street, on 
the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. 
Object — To assist needy members in case of sickness 
or distre.ss. 

Officers. — R. T. Michaelsen, President; John F. 
Sylvia, Vice-President ; G. S. Olsen, Recording Sec- 
retary ; M. P. Milloglav, Treasurer; T. Gurmendez, 
Financial Secretary. ' 

AUSTRIAN MILITARY AND BENEVOLENT AS- 
SOCIATION— Incorporated March 27, 1879. Number 
of members, 85. Meets every Friday evening at 310 
O'Farrell street. Object : To assist its members in 
sickness or distress. 

Officers — G. Dabelich, President ; N. Sturiza, Vice- 
President ; B. Spiro, Recording Secretary; J. M. 
Russell, Financial Secretary ; Wm. Green. Treasurer ; 
M.Raddich,Sergeant-at-Arms; J. Lettmayer, Conduc- 
tor; Chas. Niquet, Captain ; J. Lettmayer First Lieu- 
tenant ; M. Radulovich, Second Lieutenant. 

BELGIAN MUTUAL RELIEF SOCIETY— Soci^t^ 
Beige de Secours Mutuels. This society was organ- 
ized April 1, 1883. Number of members, about 100; 
meetings, first and third Friday of each month at 
Lafayette Hall, 730 Montgomery street. W. B. Chap- 
man, (Consul for Belgium) Honorary President ; J 
Joseph Gaillard, President ; R. Van Goethem, Vice- 
President ; E. J. Imhaus, Recording Secretary ; J. B. 
Barbanson, Financial Secretary ; Louis Nevraumont, J 
Treasurer. 

BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE ORDER OP 
ELKS.— Organized April 11, 1876. George Bell, Dis-j 
trict Deputy and Grand E. R. 

San Francisco Lodge, No 3.— Meets every Sunday 
afternoon at 510 Bush street. Number of members 
one hundred. 

Officers.— C. D. Terry, E. R. ; J. A. Browne, E. L. 
K.; W. George, E. L. K.; L. C. Bode Jr, E. L. K.; 
R. J. Preston, Secretary; J. C. Combes, Treasurer, H. 
Lehman, Tyler. j, 

California Lodge, No. 12.— Organized March 9, 
1879. Number of members, sixty-five. Meets every 
Stmday at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Officers.— Bert McNulty, E. R.; — Spencer, E. L. 
K.; S. GuUves, E. L. K. ; J. G. Fais, E. L. K.; Ernest 
Ulmann, Secretary; Alfred Perrier, Treasurer; B.J 
Beck, I. G. ; T. E. Finley, Tyler; E. Englander, Esq. J 

B'NAI B'RITH— District Grand Lodge, No. 4.— J 
Meets every fourth Sunday in January, at B'nai B'rithi 
Building, 121 Eddy street. , 

Officers.— D. Hirschberg, President; S. Zekind, ■ 
First Vice-President; Marcus Levy, Second Vice- 



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President ; Louis Blank, Secretary; A. h. Badt, Treas- 
urer; Sol Cohen, Guard; B. Rosenberg, Messenger. 

Ten lodges have been organized in this city, all of 
■which meet in the B'nai B'rith Building upon the 
following evenings, viz: 

Ophik Lodge, No. 21. — Meets every Wednesday. 

Unity Lodge, No. 273. — Meets every Monday. 
■ MoDnj Lodge. No. 42. — Meets every Tuesday. 

Pacific Lodoe, No. 48. — Meets every Thursday. 

MoNTEFiORE Lodge, No. 61. — Meets every Monday. 

Columbia Lodge, No. 127. — Meets every Monday. 

Golden Gate Lodge, No. 129.— Meets every Wed- 
nesday. 

Occ'iDENT.'kL Lodge, No. 325. — Meets every Tuesday. 

California Lodge, No. 163. — Meets every Thurs- 
day. 

Cremieux Lodge, No. 325. — Meets every Monday. 

B'nai B'rith Hall Association. — Incorporated 
April 9, 1878, for the purpose of building and main- 
taining a suitable structure for the accommodation 
of the order. Under its auspices a magnificent four 
story hall building has been erected upon Eddy street, 
between Mason and Taylor, at a cost of, including the 
lot, $75,000. Grand dancing hall with stage arrange- 
ment, with perfect dining-room accomodation. The 
furnishing involved an additional outlay of $15,000. 
Six capacious halls are contained within the building, 
besides a library and reading room. The library con- 
tains about seven thousand volumes. 

Officers. — S. Adler, President ; Jesse Marks. Vice- 
President ; Louis Blank, Secretary ; Jules Cerf , Treas- 
urer; H. Ross, Librarian. 

Board of Relief, I. O. B. B.— Organized Febru- 
ary 3, 1884. 

Officers. — Isaac Birnbaum, President ; Edward I. 
Wolfe. Secretary. 

BOYS AND GIRLS' AID SOCIETY.— Incorporated 
September 15, 1874. Rescues homeless, neglected or 
abused children of California, and juvenile offenders 
who would otherwise be committed to prison ; pro- 
vides for such until suitable homes or employment 
are found for them, and continues to look after their 
condition and treatment; maintains reading rooms, 
libraries, baths, a gymnasium, savings bank, sewing 
school, class in music, and classes for instruction in 
other branches ; also lectures, entertainments, and a 
temperance organization. Lodgings are furnished at 
a nominal cost to working boys and girls who have 
neither homes cor suitable guardianship in the city. 
The work is free from sectarianism and depends upon 
voluntary contributions for its support. Office and 
" Home,'"' No. 68 Clementina street, San Francisco. 

Officers. — George C. Perkins, President; C. K. Bon- 
nestell. Secretary ; Dudley C. Bates, Treasurer ; E. 
T. Dooley, Superintendent. 

BRITISH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY OF CALIFOR- 
NIA. — Rooms, 531 California street. 

This society was organized in 1865, for the purpose 
of affording relief to sick and destitute members and 
persons who were subjects of Great Britbin at the 
time of their birth, and of promoting the social and 
intellectual improvement of its members. Between 
twelve and thirteen hundred members have been ad- 
mitted to membership, and there are now some two 
hundred and fifty paying members, including thir- 
teen life members, on the rolls. The Board of Re- 
lief is in attendance daily from ten o'clock A.M. to 
one o'clock P.M. The regular meeting is held on the 
first Tuesday of each month, at seven and a half 
o'clock P. M. in winter and eight in summer. 

Officers. — W. Greer Harrison, President ; James 
Sennet, First Vice-President ; G. J. Theobald, Second 
Vice-President ; Henry A. Fox, Treasurer ; J. P. Mc- 
Currie, Secretary. 

BROTHERHOOD OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS, 
Division No. 161.— Meets second Sunday at one 
o'clock P. M., and fourth Wednesday at eight o'clock 
P.M., in each month, at Huddy's Hall, 909H Market 
street. 

CALIFORNIA PRISON COMMISSION.— Organized 
November 27, 1865. 

The objects of this association are the ameliora- 
tion of the condition of prisoners, the improve- 



ment of prisons and prison discipline, and the aid 
and encouragement of discharged prisoners In their 
efforts to regain their forfeited positions and secure 
for themselves an honest livelihood. 

Officers.— Ira P. Rankin, President ; Rev. James 
Woodworth, Secretary and General Agent ; Nathaniel 
Gray, Treasurer. 

CALIFORNIA SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION 
OF CRUELTY TO CHILDREN.— Incorporated Sep- 
tember 2, 1876. Number of members, two hundred. 

Objects : To provide ways and means to secure the 
enforcement of an Act for the prevention of cruelty 
to children, and to labor in the education of a public 
sentiment of humanity and gentleness toward chil- 
dren. Office, 604 Merchant street, room 12. 

Officers. — Joseph W. Wlnans, President; R. H. Mc- 
Donald, Treasurer ; Nathaniel Hunter, Secretary. 

CALIFORNIA SOCIETY FOR THE SUPPRESSION 
OF VICE. — Organized for the purpose of enforcing 
the laws for the suppression of the trade in, and cir- 
culation of obscene literature, and such other vices 
as may be determined upon by the Society. Office of 
the Secretary, 614 Merchant street. 

Officers —Ira P. Rankin, President; R. H. McDon. 
aid, Jr., Treasurer ; C. R. Bennett, Secretary. 

CALIFORNIA WOMAN'S HOSPITAL.— Location 
Sacramento street, between Baker and Lyon. Inaug- 
urated May, 1867. Organized May, 1868. Incor- 
porated January, 1873. 

This hospital is specially devoted to the treatment 
of diseases peculiar to women, and only such cases 
are admitted. It is open to all irrespective of creed 
or nationality, and offers the comforts of a home in 
addition to surgical and medical treatment. The Wo- 
men's Hospital exists as a purely medical charity, 
and gives relief to two classes of patients: 1st. To 
those who are destitute and unable to pay anything. 
2d. Those whose means are too limited to enable 
them to pay for private medical attendance, by pay- 
ment of a moderate sum for board, receive medical 
attendance and nursing without charge. The 
surgeon in chief receives no remuneration for 
his services. Out patients treated gratuitously by 
the House Physician. Application for admission 
must be made to the Lady Managers, the Matron at 
the Hospital, or to Dr. John Scott. 729 Sutter street. 

Officers.- A. J. Ralston, President; J. R. Bol- 
ton, Vice-President ; Samuel O. Hunt, Secretary and 
Treasurer : John Scott, M. D., F. R. C. S., Surgeon in 
Chief ; Beverley McMonagle, M. D., House Physician ; 
Mrs. A. P. Hotaling, President ; Mrs. D. F. Neal, Vice- 
President ; Mrs. H. Wetherbee, Secretary Board of 
Lady Managers. 

CAMBRI.AN MUTU.\L AID SOCIETY OF SAN 
FB.ANCISCO.— Incorporated September3, 1869. Num- 
ber of members, two hundred and ten. Meets second 
Monday of each month at Cambrian Hall, 1133 Mis- 
sion street. 

Officers.— Thomas Price, President ; H. A. Powell, 
First Vice-President ; W. A. Jones, Second Vice- 
President ; S. L. Jones, Treasurer; John Edwards, 
Corresponding and Financial Secretary ; H. J. Owen, 
Recording Secretary. 

CANADIAN ASSOCIATION.— Organized March 5, 
1877. Meets second and fourth Thursday of each 
month, at Pilgrim Hall, 1358 Market street. Num- 
ber of members, two hundred and fifty. Objects: 
The promotion of more friendly intercourse among 
Canadians on this coast, for mutual assistance in se- 
curing employment for those in search of such, and 
for benevolent purposes. 

Officers.— R. A. McLean, M. D., President: A. H. 
Walker, First Vice-President; A. H. Hogg. Second 
Vice-President ; W. McDonald, Treasurer ; Adam 
Gilllland, Recording Secretary; William Sansom, 
Financial Secretary; A. Wallis, Corresponding Sec- 
retary ; Wm. Durant, Marshal. 

CELTIC PROTECTIVE AND BENEVOLENT SO- 
CIETY.— Organized August 23, 1873. Number of mem- 
bers, one hundred and seventy-five. Meet« every 
third Wednesday evening of each month at Irish- 
American Hall, 818 Howard street. 

Objects : To extend aid and assistance to members 
in case of sickness or accident, to bury the dead, to 
afford mutual protection in business, and to elevate 
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Officers. — M. Fitzgerald. President; Patrick Kil- 
kenny, Vice-President ; James Kane, Kecording 
Secretary ; Hugh McKivett, Financial Secretary ; D. 
Farrell, Treasurer. 

CHEBEA ACHIM RACHMONIM ASSOCLA.TION.— 
Organized October 26, 1862. Meetings held the first 
Sunday of each month at B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy 
street. Number of members, one hundred and twenty- 
five. 

Their object is to relieve and care for the sick, in- 
firm, and disabled members of the society, etc. The 
funds and property of the society constitute a Charity 
Fund. 

Officers. — H. Meyer, President ; Charles Grossllcht 
Secretary; J. M. Franklin, Treasurer. 

CHEBRA BENAI YISEAEL SOCIETY.— Organ- 
ized September, 1861. Incorporated May, 1868. Meet- 
ings held the third Sunday of each month at B'nai 
B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. Number of members, 
one hundred and forty. 

Object : To afford relief to its members in case of 
sickness or distress. 

Officers. — Joseph Henry, President ; A.Bernstein, 
Recording Secretary ; Samuel Levy, Treasurer. 

CHEBRA BIKUR CHOLIM UKEDISHA SOCIETY— 
Organized February, 1857. Meetings held the first 
Sunday of each month at B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 
Eddy street. The object of this society is to aid its 
members in case of sickness or distress. 

Officers. — William Green, President ; W. Myer, Sec- 
retary ; W. Geist, Treasurer. 

CHEBRA B'RITH SHALOM SOCIETY.— Organized 
July 8, 1860. Meetings held the first Sunday of each 
month at 32 O'Farrell street. Number of members, 
one hundred and thirty-five. Object: To aid its mem- 
bers in case of sickness or distress. 

Officers. — M. Lewis, 9 President ; A. P. Craner, 
Treasurer. 

CHEBRA OHAVAI SHALOM SOCIETY.— Organized 
July 26, 1874. Meetings held the second Sunday of 
each month, at B'nai Brith Hall, 121 Eddy street. 
Number of members, ninety. 

Officers. — Julius Stamper, President; J. Israelsky, 
Secretary; W. Davis, Treasurer. 

CHEBRA OHOBATH ZION SOCIETY- Incorporated 
October 7, 1870. Meetings held the third Sunday of 
each month at B'nai B'rith. Hall, 121 Eddy street. Ob- 
ject: Mutual relief of its members. 

Officers. — Julius Krebs, President ; Charles Roth- 
olz, Vice-President; Jacob Gans, Secretary; D.Davis, 
Treasurer. 

DANISH LADIES' RELIEF SOCIETY.— Captain B. 
H. Madisen, President ; Mrs. N. M. Lund and Mrs. P. 
ChristoJferson, Vice-Presidents ; Mrs. J. Simpson, Re- 
cording Secretary ; Mies Mary Anderson, Financial 
Secretary ; Mrs. C. Decker, Treasurer. Number of 
members, ninety. 

EUREKA BENEVOLENT SOCEETT. — Organized 
October, 18.50, to assist poor and needy Hebrews in 
want or sickness.' Number of members, sii hundred 
and fifty, who pay one dollar each per month, 
besides an additional sum of twenty- five cents, for the 
support of widows and orphans. The society has a 
fund on interest. Office, Hi Clay street. 

Officers. — August Helbing, President ; Leo Eloesser, 
Secretary ; Max Ordenstein, Treasurer, 

EXEMPT FIRE COMPANY. — Organized Decem- 
ber 8, 1862. Reorganized April 15, 1872, under an Act 
of the Legislature, approved March 14, 1872. Meetings 
of the company are held on the third Monday of 
eachmonth, attheir hall on Brenham Place. 

Officers.- John W. Cherry, President ; Edward T. 
Anthony, and Raulen Huant, Vice-Presidents ; George 
W. Corbell, Secretary; George T. Bohen, Treasurer. 

FIREMEN'S MUTUAL BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA- 
TION.— Organized 1868. Reorganized May 7, 1874. It 
includes all the officers and members of the Paid Fire 
Department, and has for its object the 
creation and maintenance of a fund for benev- 
olent purposes in their behalf. An assess- 
ment of one dollar per month is made on all mem- 
bers, and benefits to the amount of ten dollars per 
week are paid members during sickness. Special as- 



sessments of one dollar on all members is also made 
upon the death of a member, the amount realized be- 
ing applied first to funeral expenses, the residue go- 
ing to the heirs of deceased. 

Officers — David Scannell, President; A. C. Imbrie, 
Secretary ; Fred. C. Seibe, Treasurer; John Mason, 
Fred. C. Siebe and David Scannell, Trustees. 

rmST HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.— Or- 
ganized in 1849, to assist needy Hebrews in eickness 
and in want. Reorganized 1853. Incorporated 1862. 
Number of members, three hundred. Isaiah Cohn, 
Secretary ; office, cor Post and Taylor streets. 

FIRST HEBREW LADIES' MUTUAL BENEFIT 
ASSOCIATION.— Organized January 10, 186-i. Meet- 
ings held second Sunday of each month, at B'nai 
B'rith Building, 121 Eddy street. Number of members, 
one hundred and sixteen. The object of this associa- 
tion is to establish an institution for mutual assist- 
ance to ladies of the Hebrew faith who may become 
members of the society ; to furnish a physician and 
medicine, a weekly benefit to sick members, and, on 
death of a member, to defray the funeral expenses. 

Officers. — L. Solomon, President; D. Michael, Vice- 
President; M. Marks, Treasurer. 

FRAUEN ORDER CONCORDIA.— Lodge No. 1, 
meets at Excelsior Hall, 2319 Mission street. Officers; 
Mrs. Dr. Bush, Mrs. Grother, Mrs. Bellermann, Mrs. 
Wanz, Mrs. Beulein, Mrs. Cordes, Mrs. Stoer and 
Mrs. Bruns. 

FRENCH MUTUAL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY (So- 
ciete Fran^aise de Bienfaisance Mutuelle.) — Estab- 
lished December 28, 1851. This is a Mutual Relief 
Society, established for the purpose of affording as- 
sistance to its members in case of sickness. The 
rooms of the society are located at 510 Jackson street 
The commodious hospital on Bryant street, between 
Fifth and Sixth, forms a very important addition to 
the charitable institutions of the city. The Central 
Pharmacy of the Society is open every day (Sundays 
excepted), between one and five o'clock P. M., at 510 
Jackson street. 

Officers.— S. Weill, President; I. Boudin, First 
Vice-President ; C. Maubec, Second Vice-President; J. 
Roth, Treasurer ; V. Gardet, First Secretary ; E. 
Penez, Second Secretary; F. Bazan, M. D.; G. 
Gross, M. D. ; Bernard Hoftstetter, M. D., Physiciane ; 
N. J. Martinache, M. D., Oculist and Aurist ; A. Van 
Crombrugghe, Dentist. 

GAMBRINUS BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION (Ger- 
man) .—Organized May 19, 1877. Number of members, 
one hundred and twenty-five. Object: To aid its 
members and their families in case of sickness and 
distress. Meets first Saturday evening in every month 
at 510 Bush street. 

Officers. — R. Kummerlander, President; Henry- 
Brown, Vice-President ; Jacob Rohrer, Treasurer ; 
P. Sebach, Secretary ; H. Siegler, Financial Secretary. 

GARIBALDI MUTUAL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 
— Meets second Satvttday of each month at 423 Broad- 
way. 

Officers.- J. F. Fugazi, President ; P. Simi and L. 
Peri, Viee-President ; E. L. Scodeletti, Secretary. 

GERMAN BENEFICIAL FUND ASSOCIATION.— j 
H. Burkheim, President ; E. Jacks, Vice-President ; 
H. v. Ganther, Secretary; William Strucke, Treas- 
urer. ! 

GERMAN GENERAL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY OF 
SAN FRANCISCO (styled in German, Die Allgemeine 
Deutsche Understuetzungs Gesellschaft) . — Is one of 
the largest and most efficient charitable institutions 
in the State. It was organized on the seventh of 
January, 1854, with one hundred and five members, 
and has rapidly increased, until now it numbers three 
thousand five hundred and thirty-seven members. 

Only Germans and persons speaking German are 
admitted to membership. The chief purpose of the 
association is mutual assistance in case of sickness, 
and when sick every member has a right to demand 
support and medical attendance from the society. 
The society has a second purpose of doing charity to 
Germans not members of the association, and especi- 
ally to German immigrants newly arrived. For" this 
purpose the society has expended during its existence 
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was burned August 28, 1876. 

The office is at 535 California street, where the gen- 
eral agent, Eugene Roemer, can be found from eight 
o'clock A. M. to five o'clock P. M., on week days. All 
applications for admission into the society, or (or 
charitable relief, and to furnish employment or ser- 
vants tu applicants, should be addressed to the agent. 
No charge for application. 

Officers. — A. O. Russ, President ; 0. Bertheau, First 
Vice-President ; F. Hufschmidt, Second Vice-Presi- 
dent : F. C. Siebe, Treasurer; T. Gotterman, Corres- 
ponding Secretary; Cesar Bertheau, Financial Sec- 
retary ; F. Gulzkow, H. Hinders, J. Schumacher, J. 
Straub, Trustees. 

GERMAN LADIES' GENERAL BENEVOLENT SO- 
CIETY.— Organized 1870. Object: To aid the poor 
I and distressed German women of San Francisco. 
I Number of members two hundred and fifty. Meets 
I on the first day of each month at 812 Post street. 
I Officers. — Mrs. Fred. Hess, President; Mrs. Dr. 

I Kegensberger, Vice-President ; Mrs. Lowy, Sec- 

I retary ; Mrs. K. Hermann, Treasurer. 

I GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC— Organized 
January, 1867. 

This is an organization of honorably discharged 
soldiers, sailors, and marines of the Army and Navy 
of the United States, who served to suppress the late 
rebellion, and whose objects are to perpetuate a fra- 
ternal feeling among its members, to aid and assist 
those in distress, and provide for the widows and 
orphans of their deceased comrades. 

Officers of Department of California. — Commander, 
R. H. Warfield, Sonoma Co. ; S. V. Commander, H. A. 
Burnett, Sacramento; J. V. Commander, Henry C. 
Dibble, San Francisco; A. A. General, W. R. Smed- 
berg, San Francisco ; A. Q. M. General, R. H. Orton, 
Oakland ; Inspector, Walter H. Holmes, San Fran- 
cisco ; Judge Advocate, S. F. Daniels, Oakland ; Chief 
Mustering Officer, L. Flnigan, San Jose ; Medical Di- 
rector, G. M. Pease, M. D., San Francisco ; Chaplain, 
Rev. L. W. Simmons, Kelseyville. 

Council of Administration. — Geo. L. Harris, Thomas 
Post, No. 2, San Francisco ; James F. Cunningham, 
W. H. L. Wallace Post, No. 32 ; Allen T. Bird, W. H. 
Seward Post, No. 65 ; I. S. Loventhal, Grant Post, No. 
9 ; Andrew Hollywood, Lyon Post, No. 8, Oakland. 

Lincoln Post No. 1.— Organized May 27, 1867. O. 
B. Culver, Commander. Meets every Thursday even- 
ing in Washington Hall, 35 Eddy street. 

George H. Thomas Post No. 2.— G. W. Walts. Com- 
mander. Meets on first and third Tuesday evenings 
of each month, at 320 Post street. 

Gabfield Post No. 34.— John Clynes, Commander. 
Meets on second and fourth Fridays of each month 
in Lincoln Hall, 71 New Montgomery street. 

CoLOSEL Cass Post No. 46.— J. D. Byrne, Com- 
mander. Meets first and third Wednesdays of each 
month in Washington Hall, 35 Eddy street. 

Gexerai Meade Post No. 48. — J. Hannan, Com- 
mander. Meets every second and fourth Wednes- 
days of each month. In Lincoln Hall, 71 New Mont- 
gomery street. 

Gr.^>1) Abut of the Republic Cemeteby Absocia- 
Tios.— Incorporated January 28, 1870. Meets at 604 
Merchant street. 

Officers.-NathanlelHnnter, President; B.G. Barney 
Vice-President; S. P. Ford, Secretary ; C. Mason 
Einne, Treasurer. 

Sons of Veterans G. A. R., Miller Post, No. 1.— 
Meets first, third and fourth Wednesday of each 
month in Huddy's Hall, 909M Market. 

HOME FOR AGED AND INFIRM FEMALES.— Or- 
ganized May, 1872, under the auspices of the Sisters of 
Mercy. 

A home, built of wood, three stories In height, has 
been erected on Rincon Place, adjoining St. Mary's 
Hospital, which at present conlains about ninety in- 
mates. 



HUNGARIAN SOCIAL AND MUTUAL AID SOCI- 
ETY OF THE PACIFIC COAST.— Meets first Sunday 
in each month at 417 Kearny street. T. Davis, Presi- 
dent ; F. Heiduska, Vice-President ; M. Roth, Treas- 
urer ; Joseph Pete, Secretary ; J. Herzog, T. Ehrbach, 
G. Retby, Trustees ; T. Szegedy, Librarian. 

HOME OF INDUSTRY AND REFUGE FOR DIS- 
CHARGED CONVICTS.- An institution In which dis- 
charged prisoners are taught self help. North side 
Montgomery avenue, near Chestnut street. 

IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN.— Office Great 
Chief of Records, 122 Geary street. 

A. Andrews, Great Sachem, San Francisco; B. L. 
McDonald, G. 8. Sagamore, San Francisco ; S. Garber, 
G. J. Sagamore, Marysville ; W. M. Betts, Great 
Prophet, Oakland ; H. S. Winn, G. C. of Records, San 
Francisco ; Adam Smith, G. K. of Wampum, San 
Francisco ; W. M. Betts, Great Rep. G. C. U. S., Oak- 
land ; Adam Smith, Great Rep. G. C. U. S., San Fran- 
cisco ; George F. Bronner, Great Sannap, Sacramento ; 
F. A. Hornblower, Great Mishiuewa, San Francisco ; 
M. C. Winchell, G. G. of the Wigwam, Vallejo ; F. C. 
Hoos, G. G. of the Forest, Dutch Flat. 

Number of tribes in the State, twenty-six. The fol- 
lowing meet in San Francisco, at Red Men's Hall, 320 
Post street: 

Hiawatha, No. 3. — Meets every Monday evening. 

Manzanita, No. 4. — Meets every Wednesday even- 
ing. 

Ibitaba, No. 6.— Meets second and fourth Thursday 
evenings of each month. 

MiANTONOMAH, No. 9. — Mcets every first and third 
Tuesday evenings of each month. 

PoHONACHEE, No. 10.— Meets every Monday evening. 
PocAHONTAg, No. 11. — Meets every Thursday 
evening. 

SoTOYOME, No. 12.— Meets first and third Thursday 
evenings of each month. 

Seminole No. 54. — Meets every Wednesday evening. 

Tahoe DfeOBEE Council, No. 1.— Meets first and 
third Sunday evenings of each month. 

Improved Order Red Men's Hall Association. — 
Meets every second Monday in the month at the Hall, 
320 Post street. 

IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN'S ENDOW- 
MENT FUND ASSOCIATION.— Organized September 
8, 1881. Annual meeting held on the first Tuesday in 
July of each year. Its objects are as follows : 

1st. To unite for beneficial membership all mem- 
bers of the Order in California, Nevada and Oregon 
of sound bodily health, between twenty-one and 
sixty years of age. 

2d. To establish a relief fund from which mem- 
bers of this organization, who have complied with all 
its rules and regulations, may receive the benefit of a 
sum not exceeding two thousand dollars. 

Officers. — A. Andrews, President; Wm. Rotrosky, 
Vice-President; H. S. Winn, Secretary ; Wm. M. Betts, 
Treasurer ; A. Andrews, Wm. Rotrosky, H. S. Winn, 
Wm. M. Betts, John F. Pinkham, S. A. Clough, Adam 
Smith, Charles E. Spencer, G. A. Waterbury, Direct- 
ors ; H. M. Logan, M. D., Medical Examiner-in-Chief. 

INDEPENDENT FREE SONS OF ISRAEL.— Organ- 
ized in San Francisco, April, 1878. Number of mem- 
bers about one hundred. 

Pioneer Lodge, No. 87. — Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of every month, at B'nai B'rith Building, 121 
Eddy street. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF CHOSEN FRIENDS 
OF THE PACIFIC COAST.— Grand Council organ- 
ized December 8, 1881. Its objects are as follows : 

To unite in bonds of Fraternity, Indemnity and 
Relief all acceptable persons of good character, 
steady habits, sound bodily health and reputable 
calling, and maintain a Relief Fund from which 
members of this organization, who have complied 
with all its rules and regulations, may receive the 
benefits of a sum not exceeding three thousand 
dollars. 

Officers.— J. W. Schaflfer, Past Grand Councilor, 
San Francisco; C. O. Burton, Grand Councilor, San 
Francisco ; E. C. Wheeler, Grand Vice-Councilor, 



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Portland ; Mrs. Abbie E. Wood, Grand Secretary, San 
Francisco; George H. Haas, Grand Treasurer, Ala- 
meda ; Grand Marshal ; C. J. Pullin, 

Grand Warden, Livermore: C. M. Parker, Grand 
Guard, Vallejo ; S. Sandhault, Grand Sentry, Centre- 
ville. 

OflSce of Grand Secretary, 48 St. Ann's Building. 

The following Councils are located in this city: 

Concord Council No. 2. — Meets every Monday 
evening in B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. 

Empike Council No. 7. — Meets every Monday even- 
ing in Sanders' Hall, 71 New Montgomery street. 

Home Council, No. 14.— Meets every Thursday 
evening at Bed Men's Hall, 320 Post street. 

Phoenix Council, No. 18. — Meets every Monday 
evening at 320 Post street. 

Occident, No. 31. — Meets every Monday evening at 
320 Post street. 

Western Stab, No. 11. — Meets every Tuesday even- 
ing at 20 Eddy street. 

Alhambra.No. 9. — Meets every Wednesday evening 
at 812 Pacific street. 

L'Union Franco - American Council, No. 10. — 
Meets every second and fourth Tuesday evening at 
417 Kearny street. 

Washington Council, No. 16.— Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at 320 Post street. 

Hercules, No. 24. — Meets every Wednesday even- 
ing at 510 Bush street. 

Olive Branch, No. 61.— Meets every Wednesday 
evening corner Sixteenth and Valencia streets. 

Union Council, No. 4. — Meets every Thursday even- 
ing at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Golden Shore Council, No. 5. — Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Garfield Council No. 6. — Meets every Thursday 
evening at 121 Eddy street. 

Bohemian, No. 23. — Meets every Thursday evening 
at 413 Sutter street. 

Melville Council No. 59 — Meets every Thursday 
evening in Washington Hall, 35 Eddy street. 

Bay City, No. 13. — Meets every Friday evening at 
121 Eddy street. 

Cosmopolitan, No. 52.— Meets every Friday even- 
ing at Druid's Hall, 413 Sutter street. 

California Council No. 56. — Meets every Saturday 
evening in Myrtle Hall, Railroad avenue. South San 
Francisco. 

American, No. 7. — Meets every Tuesday evening at 
320 Post street. 

Pacific, No. 80.— Meets every Thursday evening at 
Hamilton Hall, corner Geary and Steiner streets. 

Philharmonic, No. 81.— Meets every Wednesday 
evening at 35 Eddy street. 

Excelsior, No. 30.— Meets every Thursday evening 
at 35 Eddy street. 

Germania, No. 180.— Meets every Tuesday evening 
at Irving Hall, 139 Post. 

Life Boat Lodge, No. 185.— Meets at 812 Pacific. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RED MEN (Exclusive 
German Order).— The Gross Stamm of California 
meets annually the last Monday in July. Address, 510 
Bush street. 

OflScers. — K. F. Wemeyer, Grand O. Ch. ; J. F. 
Lindow, Grand U. Ch. ; C. Schilling, Grand B. Ch.; 
Jacob Rumetsch, Grand Pr. : Samuel Polack, Grand 
Secretary ; J. Gutberlet, Grand Treasurer. 

The following subordinate Stamms meet at the 
Hall, 510 Bush street, at eight o'clock P. M. 

California Stamm, No. 70. — Meets every Friday. 

Golden Gate Stamm, No. 74.— Meets Thursdays. 

Pacific Stamm, No. 78.— Meets every Monday, 

Germania Stamm, No. 83. — Meets every Tuesday. 

Herman Stamm, No. 224. — Meets every Monday. 

Yerba Buena Lodge, No. 8.— Meets second and 
fourth Thursdays of each month. 

Independent Order Red Men's Hall Associa- 
tion.— Incorporated December 24, 1867. Meets first 
Monday of each month at the Hall, 510 Bush street. 



Ofificers. — D. H. Bockmann, President ; Fritz Scbir- 
meier, Secretary ; Samuel Polack, Treasurer. 

IRISH-AMERICAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.— 
Organized May, 1860. Meets first and third Mondays 
of each month at the Irish-American Hall, 818 Howard 
street. 

Officers. — Timothy Lynch, President; M. G. 
Sears, Vice-President; M. Curran, Treasurer; 
M. Farrell, Recording Secretary; E. F. Cluin. Finan- 
cial Secretary; Chales Downs, Corresponding Secre- 
tary. 

ITALIAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.— Incorporated 
December 30, 1867. Number of members, seven hun- 
dred. 

This is a mutual relief society, established for the 
purpose of affording assistance to indigent sick mem> 
bers. Meetings held the first Monday of each month 
at 425 Washington, room 10. 

OfBcers.- J. C. Sala, President; A. Daneri, Treas- 
urer; Benjamin Moron, Secretary; A. Casassa, Collec- 
tor ; J. Pescia, Physician. Secretary's office, 425 
Washington street, room 10. 

ITALIAN BERSAGLIERI MUTUAL BENEVOLENT 
SOCIETY.— (Societa di Mutuo Soccorso della Com- 
pagnia Bersaglierl Italiani.) — Incorporated February 
18, 1881. Number of members, five hundred and 
ten. Meets on the second Thursday of every month 
at 625 Broadway street. 

Officers. — G. Caligaris, President ; L. Martinelli and 
Gervasco Gaspari, Vice-Presidents ; E. C. Palmieri, 
Secretary ; Pietro Castagnetto, Treasurer. 

KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF HONOR.— Chartered 
in 1878, by the State of Kentucky. Its objects are to 
unite fraternally all acceptable white men and women 
of any reputable profession, business or occupation, 
who are over eighteen years of age ; to promote ben- 
evolence and charity, by establishing a relief fund, 
from which, on satisfactory evidence of the death of 
a member of the corporation, a sum, not exceeding 
three thousand dollars, shall be paid to the beneficiary 
as the member may direct. Dr. S. American, Deputy 
Supreme Protector, 405 Kearny street. There are at 
present seven lodges in this city, as follows : 

Aurora Lodge No. 202.— Meets first and third Mon- 
days in each month at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Martha Lodge No. 241 (German).— Meets second 
and fourth Wednesdays in each month at 121 Eddy 
street. 

Bay City Lodge No. 619. — Meets every Monday at 
1133 Mission street. 

Golden Rule Lodge No. 660.— Meets every Thurs- 
day in Grand Pacific Hall. 

Conclave Lodge No. 710. — Meets every Tuesday in 
Red Men's Hall, 320 Post street. 

Fidelity Lodge No. 745.— Meets every Friday in 
Grand Pacific Hall. 

Jewel Lodge No. 767. — Meets every Tuesday in 
Grand Pacific Hall. 

Pacific Lodge No. 815.— Meets Thursdays in Grand 
Pacific Hall. 

Empire Lodge No. 832. — Meets Tuesdays in Uni- 
versal Hall, 812 Pacific street. 

KNIGHTS OF GOLDEN EAGLE. — California 
Castle, No. 1. — A beneficial and semi-military organ- 
ization. Meets every Wednesday evening in Irving 
Hall, 139 Post street. 

Officers. — Sir Knight John W. Van Horn, Past 
Chief ; Thomas H. Caswell, Noble Chief ; John G. 
Knowlton, Vice-Chief ; William O. Farnsworth, High 
Priest ; George Walcom, Venerable Hermit ; Daniel 
NorcroBS, Keeper of Exchequer ; C. ^. Souli, Clerk of 
Exchequer ; Thomas F. McDermott, Master of Rec- 
ords ; W. H. F. Titus, Sir Herald; Higgins, 

Worthy Bard ; William H. Douglass, Worthy Cham- 
berlain ; William McCall, Ensign ; E. Casey, Esquire ; 
Theodore Gruenhagen, First Guardsman ; Cnarles A. 
Moore, Second Guardsman. 

KNIGHTS OF HONOR. — Organized June, 1873. 
Objects: Benevolent, fraternal and beneficial. The 
first Lodge organized in this State was the California, 
in May, 1879. 

Grand Lodge of California.— Organized March, 
1880. 



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Offlcere.— Charles E. Travere, Past Grand Dictator ; ] 
W. H. Barnes, Grand Dictator; M. M. Stern, Onind 
Vice-Dictator; Duncan McPberson, Grand Assistant I 
Dictator ; C. H. M. Curry, Grand Reporter ; R. H. War- 
field, Grand Treasurer ; G. W. Lenient, Grand Chap- j 
lain ; J. M. Lenhart, Grand Guide ; T. H. Morse, ' 
Grand Guardian ; G. W. Faraday, Grand Sentinel ; j 
Geo. Rosenburgh, Grand Trustee ; W. H. Barnes, Su- ] 
preme Representative ; Lee O. Rodgers, State Medical 
Examiner. 

There are about fifty-iour lodges, niunbering four i 
thousand three hundred members, in California. 1 
There are twentj--two lodges in this city, viz.: | 

IvT Lodge No. 1716.— ]>Ieet8 every Friday evening, I 
20 Eddy street. i 

Germamia Lodge No. 1718.— (Works in German) | 
meets every Tuesday evening at 913 Market street. 

Friendship Lodge No. 1731.— Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Charter Oak Lodge No. 1765.— Meets eirery first 
and Third Friday evenings at 320 Post street. 

Eureka Lodge No. 1756.— Meets every Wednesday 
evening at 20 Eddy street. 

Yerba Bcjena Lodge No. 1788. — Meets every Mon- 
day at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Norman Lodge No. 1841.— Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 20 Eddy street. 

Saxon Lodge No. 1848.— Meets first and third Tues- 
day evenings In each month at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Union Lodge No. 1895. — Meets every Tuesday even- 
ing at 32 O'Farrell street. 

San Fr-wjcisco Lodge No. 1922.— Meets every Mon- 
day evening at 121 Eddy street. 

Tancred Lodge No. 1927. — Meets every Monday 
evening at 20 Eddy street. 

YosEMiTE Lodge No. 1930.— Meets every Wednesday 
evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Occidental Lodge No. 1990. — Meets first and third 
Wednesday evenings in each month at 121 Eddy street. 

Mission Lodge No. 2106. — Meets first and third Fri- 
day evenings in each month at 2933 Sixteenth street. 

Keystone Lodge No. 2107. — Meets every Thursday 
evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Fidelity Lodge No. 2108. — Meets every Friday 
evening at 320 Post street. 



Laurel Lodge, No. 4. — Meets every Monday. 
IvANHOE Lodge, No. 5. —Meets every Wednesday. 
Alemania Lodge, No. 8.— Meets every Wednesday. 
Eureka Lodge, No. 9. — Meets every Friday. 
Excelsior Lodge, No. 12.— Meets every Tuesday. 
Harmony Lodge, No. 15.— Meets every Thursday. 
Myrtle Lodge, No. 16— Meets every Tuesday. 
Metropolitan Lodge, No. 24.— Meets every Mon- 
day. 

South San Francisco Lodge, No. 45.— Meets every 
Tuesday at Myrtle Hall, Railroad avenue. South S. F. 
Bayard Lodge No. 53.— Meets every Thursday ev- 
ening In B'nai B'rlth Hall, 121 Eddy street. 
Syracuse Lodge, No. 68.— Meets every Wednesday. 
Unity Lodge, No. 61.— Meets every Thursday at 
2933 Sixteenth street. 
Golden City Lodge, No. 63.— Meets every Friday. 
I-v-y Lodge No. 65.— Meets every Tuesday at Ham- 
ilton Hall, southwest corner Geary and Steiner streets. 
Garfield Lodge No. 72.— Meets every Tuesday 
evening at Grand Pacific, 1049 >4 Market street. 

Justice Lodge No. 85.— Meets every Tuesday at Red 
Men's Hall, 610 Bush street. 
Triangle Lodge No. 104.— Meets every Wednesday. 
Fairmount Lodge, No. 108.— Meets every Friday 
evening at Excelsior Hall, 2319 Mission street. 

Bay City Lodge No. 117.— Meets every Wednesday 
evening In Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrell street. 

Section No. 70 of the Endowment Rank.— Meets 
the second Saturday of each month at 913 Market 
street. 

Bureau of Relief.— Meets at 913 Market street 
first Monday of each month. 

Unifobmed Division No. 2.— Organized, 1881. Meets 
on the last Saturday of each month in Pythian Castle, 
913 Market street. 

Pacific Division No. 3.— Organized March 24, 1883. 
Meets first and third Tuesdays of each month at 927 
Mission street. 

Unity Division No. 13.— Organized January, 1884. 
Meets first and third Wednesdays of each month at 
Germania Hall. 
Ivanhoe Division No. 19.— Meets every Monday 




Eagle Lodge No. 2204.— Meets second and fourth | evening at 71 New Montgomery street. 



■Wednesday evenings in each month at 32 O'Farrell 
street. 

.4.MERICA Lodge No. 2229. — Meets first and third 
Wednesday evenings In each month at 320 Post street. 

Confidence Lodge No. 2282. — Meets second and 
fourth Tuesday evenings in each month at 320 Post 
street. 

Far West Lodge No. 2324. — Meets every Thursday 
evening at 1901 Geary street. 

Anchor Lodge No. 2366. — Meets first and third Fri- 
day evenings In each month at 20 Eddy street. 

Polar Star Lodge No. 3027. — Meets every Friday 
evening at corner Sixteenth and Mission streets. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.— The first Lodge of this 
Order in California was organized March 25, 1869. 
Since then other Lodges have been organized in the 
State, twenty of which are in San Francisco. 

The Grand Lodge of California.— Organized Sep- 
tember 28, 1869. 

Officers.— Stanton L. Carter, P. G. C, Stockton; 
George B. Katzenstein, G. C, San Francisco; Frank 
Farrar, V. G. C, Merced ; J. E. Summers, G. P., Los 
Angeles ; John H. Harney, G. K. of R. and S., San 
Francisco; A. H. Gage, G. M. of E., San Francisco; 
George F. Neal, G. M. at A., San Francisco ; Robert 
Ross. G. I. G., Santa Rosa ; J. H. Johnson, G. O. G., 
Sacramento. Supreme Representatives— J. H. Gyse- 
laar, long term; Ixed. W. Bell, short term. 

The following Subordinate Lodges of the City of 
San Francisco meet at Pythian Castle, 913 Market 
street, on the following evenings: 

Caufornu. Lodge, No. 1. — Meets every Thursday. 

Damon Lodge, No. 2.— Meets every Tuesday. 

Golden G.ite Lodge, No. 3. — Meets every Friday. 



Justice Division No. 20.— Meets every Thursday at 
927 Mission street. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 
—Booms, 913 Market street. This library contains 
nearly thirty-eight hundred volumes In the various 
departments of literature. 

Officers— C.W. Nevin, President ; D.W. Saylor, Vice- 
President ; F. A. Brooks. Secretary ; A. H. Gage, Treas- 
urer ; James Patterson, Librarian. 

KNIGHTS OF ST. PATRICK.— Organized January, 
1875. Number of members two hundred and tuty. 
Meets second and fourth Tuesdays of each month, at 
861 Market .street. Objects: The elevation of Ireland 
to her place among the nations; the formation of a 
fund for sick members, and to provide them with 
Christian burial; the education and advancement of 
the friends of the society. 

Officers.— T. J. Welsh. President ; W.D.Farren, First 
Vice-President; J. J. Moran, Second Vice-President ; 
Wm. F. Stafford, Recording Secretary ; John Mulhem, 
Financial Secretary; P. J. Thomas, Treasurer; 
Wm. M. Conklin, Corresponding Secretary; John 
Mehan, Sergeant-at-Arms. 

KNIGHTS OF THE RED BRANCH.— A secret Irish 
organization, the object of which is known only to 
the members of the association. Meets every Wed- 
nesday, at 861 Market street. 

KONG CHOW BENEFICI.AL SOCIETY.— (Chinese) 
Incorporated September 24, 1867. Location of asy- 
lum, north side of Pine street, between Kearny and 
Dupont. Object : To dispense charity to poor and 
worthy Chinese. 

LADIES' FRENCH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY (So- 
clete de Bienfaisance des Dames Francaise) .—Incor- 
porated June 5, 1867. Meetings held last Monday of 



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each month, at I rench Library, 120 Sutter street. 
Number of members, about two hundred. Object : 
The relief of French families that may be in want 
and distress. 

Officers. — Mrs. C. Mayer, President ; Mrs.A. Cahen, 
Vice-President ; Miss M. Lacua, Secretary; Mrs. H. 
Eahn, Treasurer. 

LADIES' PROTECTION AND RELIEF SOCIETY.— 
Established August 4, 1853. Incorporated August 9, 
1854. 

This society has under its supervision a Home 
where friendless or destitute girls under the age of 
fourteen and over two years, and boys under ten and 
over two years, may be received and provided for un- 
til permanent homes in Christian families can be 
secured for them. 

The building of this institution is located on Frank- 
lin street, between Post and Geary, and is a fine and 
commodious structure. 

Applications for admission should be made to Mrs. 
J. H. Flint, at the Home, between the hours of one 
and three o'clock P. M., on Mondays and Fridays of 
each week. Donations of money, etc., may be sent to 
Miss Lizzie Hutchinson, southwest corner of Howard 
and Fifteenth street. Letters and communications 
should be addressed to Mrs. M. S. Jackson, 1006 Pine 
street. 

Officers.— Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, President; Mrs. 
George Barstow, Vice-President; Miss E. Hutchin- 
son, Recording Secretary ; Mrs. M. S. Jackson, Corres- 
ponding Secretary; Mrs. Jane Flint, Treasurer ; Miss 
Mary McGladery, Matron. 

LADIES' SEAMAN'S FRIEND SOCIETY.— Meet- 
ings of this Society are held the first Wednesday 
of each month, at the Sailor's Home, northeast corner 
of Harrison and Main streets. 

Officers.— Mrs. H. S. Tucker, President; Mrs. R.A. 
Kendall, Vice-President; Mrs. O.J. McKinnon, Secre- 
tary ; Miss S. M. N. Cumminga, Corresponding Sec- 
retary ; Mrs. C. E. Cogswell, Treasurer ; Daniel Swan- 
nack. Superintendent Sailors' Home. 

LADIES' SOCIETY OF ISRAELITES ilsraelitische 
Frauen Verein) . — Established August 12, 1855, for the 
purpose of assisting Hebrew women under all cir- 
cumstances of want. Meets Mondays and Thursdays 
of each week, at 414 Clay street. 

Number of members, three hundred. 

Officers. — Mrs. S. Foorman, President; Mrs. Chas. 
Fechheimer. Vice-President ; Leo Eloesser.Secretary ; 
Mrs. M. Heller, Treasurer. 

LADIES' UNION BENEFICIAL SOCIETY. -(Col- 
ored) Incorporated April 8, 1861. Meets in the vestry 
A. M. E. Church, Powell street, second Monday even- 
ing in each month. The objects of the society are 
to aid its sick and bury its deceased members. 

Officers. — Mrs. C. S. Davis, President; Mrs. S. 
Hargro, Vice-President; Mrs. J. Long, Treasurer; 
Mrs. E. Bell, Chaplain ; Mrs. E. Handy, Assistant 
Secretary. 

LADIES' UNITED HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCI- 
ETY. —Established 1855. Meets Tuesdays and Fridays 
of each week, at two o'clock P.M., at B'naiB'ritb Build- 
ing, 121 Eddy street. The objects of the society are to 
assist the poor and needy, to attend the dying, and 
bury the dead females of the Jewish faith. The affairs 
of the society are managed by a board of officers and 
an adjuncta of three Councilmen. 

Officers. — Mrs. A. P. Aronson, President; Mrs. G-. 
Brownstein, Treasurer ; Isaiah Cohn, Secretary. 

LITTLE SISTERS' INFANT SHELTER.— Incor- 
porated March 10, 1874. This society was organized 
for the purpose of taking care of the young children 
of working women during the day, thus allowing the 
mother to perform a day's work. The Infant Shelter 
is located at 612 Minna street. The rooms are pleas- 
ant and spacious, and fitted up with all the articles 
necessary for a nursery. 

Officers.— Mrs. J. S. Spear, President ; Mrs. John G. 
Harding, Vice-President ; Mrs. George W. Tyler, Sec- 
retary ; Miss Fannie C. Sampson, Treasurer; Mrs. J. B. 
Stetson, Mrs. J. 8. Spear. Mrs. John G. Harding, Mrs. 
George W. Tyler, Mrs. S. P. Hall, Miss Maggie Neeb, 
Mrs. J. B.Watties, Miss Emma Margo and Mrs. George 
Stoneman , Mrs. Jane Trustees ; Temple, Matron. 



LOYAL ORANGE INSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES.— Organized in San Francisco April 17, 1875, 
and acts directly imder the jurisdiction of the Grand 
Lodge of the United States. 

Two Lodges have been instituted in this city, viz : 

Califobnia Tbtje Blues, No. 118. — Meets at 909}^ 
Market street, every Saturday, at 7:30 P. M. Samuel 
Garrett, W.M.; George Johnson, Secretary. 

Habmont, No. 127.— Meets on the second and fourth 
Saturdays of each month at the Potrero. 

MAGDALEN ASYLUM.— Under the charge of the 
Sisters of Mercy. Location, Potrero avenue, near 
Twenty-first street. 

A large and commodious building, three stories in 
height, has been erected for the accommodation of the 
inmates of the asylum. At the present time there are 
about two hundred penitents, attended by twenty Sis- 
ters of Mercy. Rev. Father Messea and Rev. Father 
Tadini have spiritual charge of the institution. 
Under an arrangement with the city this Asylum also 
takes charge of such refractory girls as are commit- 
ted to its custody by order of the courts. 

MASTER MARINERS' BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA- 
TION.— Organized April, 1867. Incorporated April 
28, 1869. Meets every Thursday evening, at 71 New 
Montgomery street. Number of members, three 
hundred and thirty. 

Officers. — James Kivell, Senior Commodore; James 
Madison, Junior Commodore : Niel Iversen, Presi- 
dent ; B.Bunderson, Vice-President ; L. Traung, Re- 
cording Secretary ; C. Decker, Treasurer; 

MATER MISERICORDLae (House of Mercy) .—Un- 
der the charge of the Sisters of Mercy. 

Location, 233^ Rincon Place, adjoining St. Mary's 
Hospital. 

This is for the protection of young women of un- 
blemished character — none others admitted. Some 
remain waiting for a situation, and others are em- 
ployed in the sewing school, where dressmaking and 
all kinds of machine sewing is neatly done at short 
notice. At present there are about forty inmates. 
The institution is supported by the inmates and 
donations. 

MILITARY ORDER LOYAL LEGION U. S.— Or- 
ganized April 15, 1865. 

Objects : To cherish the memories and associations 
of the war waged in defense of the unity and indivi- 
sibility of the Republic ; to strengthen the ties of fra- 
ternal fellowship and sympathy formed from com- 
panionship in arms ; to advance the best interests of 
the soldiers and sailors of the United States, especially 
those associated as members of this order, and to ex- 
tend all possible relief to their widows and children ; 
to foster the cultivation of military and naval science; 
to enforce unqualified allegiance to the General Gov- 
ernment ; to protect the rights and liberties of Amer- 
ican citizens, and to maintain the national honor, 
union, and Independence. 

CoMMANDEEY OF THE STATE OF Califobnia. — Or- 
ganized May 3, 1871 ; meets first Wednesday of Febru- 
ary, May, August, and November. 

Officers.— Bvt. Maj.-Gen. W. L. Elliott, U. S. A., 
Commander; Captain John Irwin, U. S. N., Senior 
Vice-Commander ; Bvt. Brig. -Gen. C. R. Thompson, 
U. S. v.. Junior Vice-Commander ; Bvt. Lieut.-Col. W. 
R. Smedberg, U. S. A.. 316 California street. Recorder; 
Captain C. Mason Einne, U. S. V., Treasurer; Bvt. 
Maj.-Gen. August V. Kautz, U. S. A., Chancellor; Bvt. 
Maj.-Gen. P. E. Connor, U. S. V.. Registrar; Lieut.- 
Col. Alexander G. Hawes, Lieut.-Col. E. E. Eyre, Major 
C. N. EUinwood, 1st Lieut. Edward Carlson and Cap- 
tain William H. Dimond, U. S. V., Council. 

NETHERLANDS' BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION.— 
Organized 1873. Incorporated February 17, 1874. 
Number of members, eighteen. Meets at hall, junc- 
tion Market and Sutter streets, the first Wednesday of 
every month. Object: Relief of its members in sick- 
ness, want, and distress. 

OfiBcers. — H. G. Gerritzen, President; Q. Vanden 
Berg, Vice-President; A. P. De Wit, Secretary; P. J. 
Van Loben Sels, Treasurer. 

NORD-DEUTSCHER VEREIN— Organized November 
5, 1874. Number of members, two hundred and thirty- 
five. Meets the first and third Wednesdays of every 
month, at Drew's Hall, 71 New Montgomery street. 



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Object: Mutual benevolence in case of sickness or 
death. 

Officers.— Otto Schiukel, President : Anton Ben- 
ning. Vice-President; Carl Moller, Secretary; Meuno 
£den, Financial Secretary ; Henry Pilster, Treasurer. 

NORWEGIAN SOCIETY— Meets first and third 
Wednesday of each month, in Foresters' Hall, 20 Eddy 
street. 

OLD PEOPLE'S HOME OF SAN FRANCISCO.— 
Organized March 19, 1874. Meets first Wednesday of 
each month, at the Home on Francisco street, be- 
tween Powell and Stockton. Number of members, 
one hundred and fifty. Objects: The founding of a 
Home for the needy, sick and destitute of all nations. 
The Society have erected a handsome and commo- 
dious building on the above lot. 

Officers.— Mrs. C. Nelson, Prpsldent ; Mrs. W. Lid- 
strom. Vice-President ; Mrs. S. B. Petersen, Treasurer; 
Miss Emma Dugand, Recoraing Secretary ; Mrs. Ehr- 
home. Financial Secretary; Miss Amy Hammer, Cor- 
responding Secretary. 

ORDER HERMANNS SONS —Organized June 2, 
1870. ' Object: To aid its members and their families 
in case of sickness, death, or distress. Number of 
members, two hundred and eighty-five. 

A Grand Lodge was organized June 12, 1878. 

Grand Officers. — Philip Rotherman. Grand Presi- 
dent ; Charles Bernard, Grand Vice-President ; Emil 
Grimm, Grand Secretary ; David Vogt, Grand Treas- 
urer. 

S.\}! Fbascisco Lodge, No. 1.— Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at 413 Sutter street. 

Ernst Von Baxdel Lodge, No. 3. — Meets every 
Thursday evening at 320 Post street. 

ErREKA Lodge, No. 6. — Meets every Friday evening 
at 510 Bush street. 

Germakia Lodge, No. 7. — Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 510 Bush street. 

ORDER KESHER SHEL BAKZEL— Har Hajioriah 
Lodge, No. 3.— Meets first Sunday of every month at 
32 O'Farrell street. 

Officers. — Louis Solomon, President; Michael Marks, 
Vice-President ; W. Meyer, Secretary; Morris Pincus, 
Treasurer. 

ORDER OF CHOSEN FRIENDS. -Instituted June 
20, 18S0. A Grand Council was organized May 17. 1881. 

■The Order of Chosen Friends is a secret benevolent 
•ociety. To unite in bonds of fraternity, aid and pro- 
tection all acceptable white persons of good charac- 
ter, steady habits, sound bodily health and reputable 
calling. To improve the condition of its member- 
ship, morally, socially and materially, by establish- 
ing a fund from which a weekly benefit may be paid 
to sick and distressed members, and upon satisfactory 
evidence of the death of a member paying from an 
endowment death fund of from one to three thousand 
dollars. 

Officers of the Grand Council.— , Past 

Grand Councilor; J. M. Fulweiler, Grand Councilor; 
A. B. Sanborn, Assistant Grand Councilor ; Jerome 
Porter. Grand Vice-Councilor ; Annie E. Evans, Grand 
Recorder: H. Froomberg, Grand Treasurer; Kate J. 
Willats, Grand Prelate; Chas. Cunningham, Grand 
Marshal; Mrs. T. Evans, Grand Warden ; S. G. Nash. 
Grand Guard; B. H. Curtis. Grand Sentry; T. P. 
McKenzie, George Wolf and M. H. Brickwedel, Grand 
Trustees. 

The Grand Recorder's Office will henceforth be at 
127 Kearny street, room No. 5, All communications 
should be addressed to that place. 

There are one hundred and fifty-seven subordinate 
Councils in the State, fourteen of which are in this 
city, viz ; 

Concord Cotjncil No. 2.— Meets second and fourth 
Wednesday of each month at 927 Mission street. 

Crystal Council No. 4. — Meets every Thursday 
evening at 927 Mission street. 

Amxrican CotjuciL No. 7. — Meets every Tuesday 
evening in Red Men's Hall. 3'20 Post street. 

Pacific Council No. 8. — Meets every Friday even- 
ing in Washington Hall, 33 Eddy street. 

Samarttan Council No. 13.— Meets every Thursday 
evening at 1133 Mission street. 



Washington Council No. 16.— Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at Red Men's Hall, 320 Post street. 

Social Council No. 46.— Meets every first and third 
Monday evenings in Red Men's Hall, 320 Post street . 

Empire Council No. 47.— Meets every Monday even- 
ing at 510 Bush street. 

Valley Council No. 58.— Meets every Wednesday 
evening corner Ivy Av and Laguna street. 

Golden Gate Council No. 60.— Meets every Friday 
evening at hall northwest comer Leavenworth and 
Pacific streets. 

Mission Council No. 61. — Meets every second and 
fourth Wednesday evenings in Blair's Hall, 2129 Mis- 

sion street. 

> 
Faibmount Council No. 103. — Meets every Thurs- 
day corner Thirtieth and Church streets. 

California Council No. 56.— Meets Wednesday 
evening at 927 Mission htreet. 

Home Council No. 14. —Meets Tuesday evening at 
Excelsior Hall, '2319 Mission street. 

ORDER OF MUTUAL COMPANIONS.— Incorpor- 
ated May 31, 1882. Location. Petaluma, Cal. An In- 
surance 'Society with endowment feature. 

There are thirty-five Councils, with a membership 
of about 2,000, in the State. 

Officers of Grand Council.— L. G. Nay, Past Grand 
Councilor ; Charles E. Button, Petaluma, Grand Coun- 
cilor; E. D. Fusier, Grand Vice-Councilor; Dr. J. H. 
Crane, Petaluma, Grand Medical Examiner; M. H. 
Falkner, Petaluma, Grand Secretary ; D. B. Fair- 
banks, Grand Treasurer ; Abbie E. Wood, Grand Pre- 
late; A. M. Pearsall, Grand Mnrshal; C. Temple, 
Grand Warden ; T. C. Dufi'y, Grand Guard ; 8. G. 
Beach, Grand Sentry. 

Grand Trustees.— A. S. Cook, D. M. Pyle, C. H. 
Knapp and L. Ellsworth. 

George W. Dixon, D. G. C, 309 Clay street. 

Tropic Council, No. 5. — Meets every second and 
fourth Thursday evenings, at 417 Kearny street. 

Warwick Council, No. 8.— Meets Wednesday even- 
ings, at 320 Post street. 

North Star Lodge, No. 32.— Meets Thursday even- 
ings, at 320 Post street. 

ORDER OF THE GOLDEN GATE— San Francisco 
Club No. 1. — This is a new order of a social and 
benevolent character organized 1884. Number of 
members sixty. Meets second and fourth Fridays of 
each month in Golden Gate Hall, Alcazar Building. 

Officers.— W. S. Brown, President ; C. W. Cobum, 
Secretary; E. H. Morgan, Treasurer; R. A. McLean, 
Medical Director. 

ORDER OF UNITED ENDOWMENT ASSOCIATES. 
—This Order was organized August 23, 1884, and con- 
sists of a Grand Lodge, which is the supreme head of 
the Order, and, up to date, six subordinate lodges. 
In addition to the ordinary benevolent and social 
character of fraternal organizations, it provides 
for the payment of specific endowments in install- 
ments to its members during their lifetime. 

Grand Lodge. — Meets in San Francisco February 
16, 1886. 

Officers. — J. W. Ward. Jr., Grand Commander ; J.L. 
McKee, Grand Vlce-Commander ; A. G. Booth, Grand 
Secretary; J. W. Belden, Grand Treasurer; G. M. 
Lawton, Grand Guardian ; Dr. J. W. Hostetter (Napa) , 
Chief Medical Examiner. 

Five subordinate lodges are located in San Fran- 
cisco, viz: 

San Francisco No. 2. — Meets every Wednesday 
evening at 417 Kearny street. 

Golden Gate No. 3. — Meets every Saturday even- 
ing at the comer of Steiner and Geary streets. 

Yosemite No. 4.— Meets every Wednesday evening 
at 1049 >^ Market street. 

California No. 5.— Meets every Friday evening at 
the corner of Church and Thirtieth streets. 

Memorial No. 6. — Meets every second and fourth 
Thursdays at 320 Post street. 



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ORPHAN ASYLUM SOCIETY (Protestant) .—Or- 
ganized January 31, 1851, and incorporated February 
10. 1851. 

It originally occupied the building on the corner 
of Second and Foleom streets, owned by Gen. H. W. 
Halleck, whence they removed the children in March, 
1864, to the present building, corner of Laguna and 
Haight streets. This house, built of stone and brick,ex- 
pressly for the purpose, is highly creditable to the 
institution, as one of the noblest monuments of San 
Francisco benevolence. The present number of 
children in the asylum is two hundred and fourteen. 

Officers.— Mrs. William Alvord, President ; Mrs. 
H. B. Tichenor, Vice-President ; Mrs. Isaac Swain, 
Second Vice-President ; Mrs. Henrj- Haight, Treasur- 
er ; Mrs. F. MacCrellish, Secretary ; Mrs. D. L. Water- 
man, Matron ; John Nightingale, Physician. 

ORPHAN ASYLUM (Roman Catholic) .—Organized 
March 23, 1851. 

For a number of years the asylum was maintained 
in the lower part of the city, until the growth of the 
city's business enforced a removal. In 1862 a farm 
of fifty-three acres, near Bay View, South San Fran- 
cisco, was purchased, upon which tract of land a large 
and commodious wooden edifice, with all the modern 
conveniences, was erected in 1872. The building 
is beautifully located on a hill, commanding an ex- 
tensive view of the surrounding country. It covers 
an area of two hundred and four by two hundred and 
eighty-two feet, including an open centre court, 
measuring eighty by one hundred and forty-four feet. 
It will accommodate about eight hundred children. 
The St. Joseph's Infant Asylum is a branch of the 
same institution, the whole being under the charge 
of the Sisters of Charity. 

PACIFIC DISPENSARY FOR WOMEN AND CHIL- 
DREN.— Organized March 24, 1875. The objects of 
this Institution are to provide for women and chil- 
dren medical aid of competent physicians of their 
own sex, and the establishment of a hospital for 
•women and children. They have also fully estab- 
lished a training school for nurses ; the education of 
nurses being one main object of the institution. 
Location, 221-223 Thirteenth street. The Resident 
Physician is in daily attendance until twelveo'clock m. 

Officers. — Mrs. W. B. Harrington, President; Miss 
Lucy Fay, Vice-President; Mrs. E. Burke, Secre- 
tary; Mrs. F. A. Prentice, Corresponding Secretary ; 
Mrs. O.W. Easton, Treasurer ; Mrs. D. McLennan and 
Mrs. I. M. Keeler, Auditors ; Mrs. M. M. Palmer, 
Matron; Mrs. Charlotte B. Brown, M. D., Mrs. L. M. 
F. Wanzer, M. D., Attending Physicians. 

PACIFIC HEBREW ORPHAN ASYLUM AND HOME 
SOCIETY.— Incorporated July 26, 1871. Location, 
east side of Devisadero street, between Hayes and 
Grove. Formed for the care, relief, protection, and 
improvement of orphan children, and for the care of 
aged Israelites who are without adequate means of 
support. 

Officers.— S. W. Levy, President; Louis Sachs, Vice- 
President; Lewis Gerstle, Treasurer; Leo Eloesser, 
Secretary; David Michael. Collector. 

PACIFIC HOMCEOPATHIC DISPENSARY ASSO- 
CIATION.— Organized December 7, 1876. Incorpor- 
ated December 23, 1876. The Dispensary is located in 
the Hahnemann Medical College Building, No. 115 
Haight street. 

The object of the Association is to provide medi- 
cal and surgical aid for the deserving poor, and 
to visit at their homes such among them as are 
not able to attend the Dispensary. A physician, speak- 
ing French and German, will be in daily attendance 
at the Dispensary. Specialties: Diseases of the eye, 
ear, throat and chest, and skiu diseases. Dispensaay 
open daily from 10 to 12 A. M., and 1 to 4 P. M. 

Officers. — Mrs. C. E. Gibbs, President : Mrs. R. E. 
Kendall and Mrs. M. S. Cox, Vice-Presidents; Miss 
H. R. Taylor, Treasurer ; Mrs. George W. Fink, Sec- 
retary. 

POLISH SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA (Towarzystwo 
Polakow w Kalifornii) .—Organized January 23, 1873. 
Objects: Social, literary and benevolent. Meets twice 
a month (first and third Sunday of each month) at 
their rooms, 1235 Market street. 

Officers.— Dr. L. ^Pawlicki, President; F. Lessen, 
Vice-President ; Alex. Bednawski. Secretary and Li- 
brarian ; Gustav Heilman. Treasurer. 



PORTUGUESE PROTECTIVE AND BENEVOLENT 
SOCIETY. — Incorporated August, 1868. Meets the 
second and last Thursdays of each month, at eight 
o'clock P. M., at 510 Bush street. 

Officers. — A. C. Cordan, President ; Jose D. Snares, 
Vice-President; Charles H. Warren, Secretary; Josd 
Baptiste, Treasurer. 

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL OLD LADIES' HOME. 
. — Organized January. 1869. Incorporated January 
25. 1870. Objects: To establish and sustain a charit- 
able institution for the permanent care and main- 
tenance of poor, aged, or infirm women, members of 
the Episcopal Church, who are from any cause inca- 
pacitated from taking care of themselves, and such 
others as the Board of Managers may think entitled 
to its benefits. Also, for the temporary residence of 
Christian women seeking employment. 

The association is supported by monthly contribu- 
tions from the various Protestant Episcopal Churches 
of San Francisco. Location of Home, San Jose ave- 
nue, between Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth Sts. 

Officers. — Right Rev. Bishop Kip, D. D., President; 
A. N. Drown, Vice-President; C. W. Whitney, Secre- 
tary ; Jos. G. Eastland, Treasurer; Rev. E. .J. JLiion, 
Chaplain; Right Rev. Wm. J. Kip, Rev. E. J. Lion, 
Joseph G. Eastland, A. N. Drown, E. H. Bixford, C. 
W. Whitney. Trustees. Ladies' Board of Managers: 
Mrs. C. W. Whitney, President; Mrs. R. B. Sanchez, 
Vice-President; Mrs. J. G. Clark, Secretary; Mrs. 
Mary S. Jackson, Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO BAECKER VEREIN.— Organized 
August 5, 1877. Number of members, one hundred 
and fifty. Meets each alternate Wednesday afternoon 
in Druid's Hall, 413Sutter street. Objects, benevolent 
and protective. 

Officers. — Albert Miller. President ; William Swal- 
vie. Secretary ; Gustav Gunther, Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION. 
—Organized 1865. Office, 20 Webb street. The de- 
sign of this Association is to improve the condition 
of the deserving indigent, and, so far as practicable, 
to relieve their necessities. 

Officers. — N. Gray, President ; J. C. Patrick, Treas- 
urer ; Robert Beeching, General Agent and Secretary. 

SAN FRANCISCO FEM.^LE HOSPITAL. — Loca- 
tion, 806 Stockton street. This hospital was opened for 
the reception of patients on the first day of April, 
1868. The object of the institution is the care of poor, 
sick women. There is no rule as to the nativity, reli- 
gion, or social condition. It is a charity in the broad- 
est sense of the term. Any woman who is poor and 
sick is entitled to share its benefits. It is a general 
hospital for all diseases, and for lying-in. There 
have been a very large number of outside patients 
treated, the physician and surgeon being in attend- 
ance every morning from ten to eleven o'clock to 
treat any poor persons who may come. It was sup- 
ported by voluntary contributions until 1870, when 
the State appropriated $5,000 a year for its support. 
In 1879 the appropriation was reduced to $3,000. 
Since that year this appropriation has been with- 
drawn entirely, consequently fewer patients are 
admitted free. The Hospital is under the care of Dr. 
C. B. Hutchins. 

Officers. — Mrs. Conkling, President ; Mrs. I. Hecht, 
Vice-President; Mrs. C. B. Hutchins, Secretary ; Mrs. 
M. Greenbaum, Treasurer; Laura Bird, Matron. 

SAN FRANCISCO FRUIT AND FLOWER MISSION. 
Incorporated October, 1880. Object : Carrying fruit, 
flowers, literature and delicacies to the sick in hos- 
pitals and tenements. Rooms, 713 Mission street, 
where the members meet every Thursday, from nine 
o'clock A. M. till one o'clock P. M. for arrangement 
of flowers, etc. Dirstribution Thursday afternoon. 

Officers. — Miss Mary D. Bates, Honorary President ; 
Miss Effie 8. Johnson, President ; Miss Fannie V. 
Elliott, Vice-President; Miss Kate B. Elliott, Cor- 
responding Secretary ; Miss Matie W. Peters. Record- 
ing Secretary; Miss Mary G. Eldi-idge, Treasurer; 
Miss Louise A. Perry, Librarian ; residence 1920 
Franklin street. 

SAN FRANCISCO HOMOEOPATHIC HOSPITAL.— 
Location, corner of Valencia and Twenty-seventh 
streets. This is a well-situated sunny home for the 
sick, where excellent nursing is provided, and where 
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In attendance. Applications for admission should be 
made to Dr. J. Townsend, at the Hospital, or to any 
of the officers. 

SAN FRANCISCO LVING-IN HOSPITAL AND 
FOUNDLING ASYLUM.— Incorporated April, 181)8, 
for the care, protection, and proper treatment of un- 
protected single women, witli their otTsprint;, together 
with all other children that may be abandoned in 
infancy by outside parties, said children being con- 
sidered foundlings. Location 913 Golden Gate 
Avenue. 

The Foundling Asylum. 913 Golden Gate avenue, 
receive« only abandoned infants prior to two years 
of age. The Trustees aim at procuring the adoption 
of as many of these children by thrifty, industrious, 
moral and temperate people (and no others need 
apply) as they can. 

* For consultation the attending physician (Benja- 
min F. Hardy, M.D.) will be foimd at the Hospital, 
913 Golden Gate avenue, daily from half past eleven 
A. M. to half past twelve M., or at his residence, 1430 
Fulton street, between Broderick and Baker streets, 
at nine A. M. and one and five P. M. 

Officers. — Solomon Heydenfeldt, President ; Bonja- 
I minF. Hardy, Secretary, Benjamin F. Hardy, M. D., 
Attending Physician and Surgeon. 

SAN FRANCISCO MEDICAL BENEVOLENT SOCI- 
ETY. — Organized December 21, 1870. Incorporated 
February 23, 1871. Number of members twenty-five. 
The objects of this society are for the protection and 
relief of deserving physicians and their families who 
may suffer from sickness or want, and to promote 
kindly professional and social intercourse among 
themselves and their professional brethren at large. 
A Literary Chapter was organized July 21. 1871, for 
the following objects: First— The collection of a 
library. Second — The establishment of a museum. 
Third — The publication of a medical journal, or mon- 
ographs on medical subjects, as the society may, 
from time to time, determine or order to be printed. 
Fourth — Reports of cases and the discussion of such 
medical subjects as shall be brought before the Chap- 
ter. Regular meetings of the society and the Lite- 
rary Chapter are held on the twenty-first day of each 
month. 

Officers.— laaac Rivas, M. D., President; Lad- 
islaus Pawlicki, M. D., Treasurer ; A. M. Wilder, M.D., 
Secretary. 



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SAN FRANCISCO MUSICAL FUND SOCIETY.— 
Incorporated January 20, 1864 ; reorganized December 
17, 1875. Meets quarterly, second Tuesday in January, 
April, July and October, at one o'clock P. M. in Arion 
Halle, northeast corner Kearny and Sutter streets. 
Number of members, seventy-seven. The object of 
this society is to assist sick and disabled members 
and their families. 

Officers.— A. H. Be(?k. President ; T. Eisfeldt and 
T. Delaney, Vice-Presidents ; Albert A. MuUer, 
Secretary ; John Baumann, Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO PRODUCE EXCHANGE MUTU- 
AL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. —Incorporated March, 
1880. Number of members, sixty. Meets at such 
time and place as may be designated by the Board of 
Directors. The objects of this society are to secure 
to the families or dependents of its members such 
pecuniary benefits and aid in suet sums and at such 
times as may be provided by its by-laws. 

Officers. — A. M. Burns, President ; A. A. Adier, Vice- 
President ; R. B. Foreman, Treasurer ; W. H. Walker, 
Secretary. 

SAN FRANCISCO SOCIETY FOR THE PREVEN- 
TION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS.— Incorporated 
April, 1868. Office, 604 Merchant street. Number 
of members one hundred and fifty. The objects of 
this society are to provide ways and means to secure 
the enforcement of " An Act for the more effectual 
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals," approved March 
30, 1868, and to labor in the education of a public sen- 
timent of humanity and gentleness toward domestic 
and other animal.s. 

Officers. — Joseph W. Winans, President : Jacob Z. 
Davis, Vice-President; Nathaniel Hunter, Secretary ; 
James S. Hutchinson, Treasurer. 



SCANDINAVIAN SOCIETY.— Organized February 
28. 1850. Number of members, three hundred and 
fifty. Meets first Tuesday of every month at Hall, 
71 New Montgomery street; open every day and even- 
ing. The object of this society is to aid their 
sick and bury their dead, also to assist their country- 
men and others who may be deemed by the society 
worthy objects of its charities; also to have a hall for 
monthly meetings and a library. 

Officers.— Jacob Jensen, President; H. Gulberteon, 
Vice-President; John Lundstrom, Secretary; N. L. 
Sykes, Treasurer. 

SERVIAN MONTENEGRIAN BENEVOLENT SO- 
CIETY.— Organized May 2, 1880. Number of members 
eighty-two. Meets first and third Wednesday even- 
ings of each month at 10 California street. The 
objects of this society are mutual assistance in case 
of sickness and to bury its dead. 

Officers.- Peter Vucanovich, President; A.Antonoli, 
Vice-President; S. Chucovich, Treasurer; V. Jovo- 
vich, Secretary. 

SLAVONIC ILLYRIC MUTUAL BENEVOLENT AS- 
SOCIATION.— Organized November 17, 1857. Incor- 
porated April 1, 1873. Number of members, one hun- 
dred and sixty. Meets first Tuesday of each month 
at 10 California street. 

Officers. — S. Divisich, President ; F. Antunivich, 
Vice-President: C. Cernogorcevich, Treasurer ; Anton 
Barbich, Recording Secretary; G. Burlch, Finan- 
cial Secretary. 

SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL.— The ob- 
ject of this society is to relieve distress wherever 
found. Though a legitimate offspring of the Catholic 
Church, and principally supported by members of the 
same, yet its charities are extended to all worthy per- 
sons who are in distress. 

St. Patrick's Conference. — Organized 1866. Meets 
every Wednesday evening in the basement of St. Pat- 
rick's Church. 

St. Peter's Conference. — Organized 1870. Meets 
every Sunday after last Mass, in library attached to 
church. 

SONS OF JACOB.— Organized January, 1878. Num- 
ber of members, ninety. Meets first Sunday of each 
month at B'nai B'rith Building, 121 Eddy street. Ob- 
jects: benevolent. 

Officers. — Julius Adelson, President; A. Milsner, 
Vice-President; Henry Raymond, Secretary; Wm. 
Davis, Treasurer. 

SONS OF THE EMERALD ISLE.— Organized March 
17, 1852 ; reorganized April 6, 1856. Number of mem- 
bers, two hundred and fifty. Meetings held first Wed- 
nesday of each month, at Irish-American Hall, 818 
Howard street. 

Officers. — P. M. Hare, President ; John Coakley, Vice- 
President ; Thos. O'Brien, Treasurer ; P. A. Curran, 
Recording Secretary, Luke Battles, Financial Secre- 
tary. 

SPANISH MUTUAL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.— 
Organized 1877. Number of members about one hun- 
dred and twenty. Meets on the third Sunday of each 
month, at 320 Post street. Office, 506 Battery street, 
room 5. 

Objects: Benevolence and mutual assistance. 

Officers.- ModestoE. Garcia, President : F. Labadie, 
Vice-President J. M. Tinoco, Treasurer ; J. J. Fatjo, 
Financial Secretary; M. G. Pritchard, Recording Sec- 
retary ; S. Arrillaga, J. L. Noriega, T. B. DeFillippe, 
and Jose Alonzo, Directors. 

ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY (Scotch Benevolent So- 
ciety) .—Organized September 21, 1863. Incorporated 
August 4, 1865, for the purpose of aiding indigent 
Scotch people and their families; also, for finding 
employment for their unemployed countrymen. Num- 
ber of members three hundred and fifty. Meets 
every Monday evening at eight o'clock, in Fidelity 
Hall, 218 Post street. Reading room is open every 
day and evening. All Scotchmen and the sons of a 
Scotch parent are eligible as members by paying 
three dollars initiation fee, and fifty cents monthly. 

Officers. — Thomas Ross, President : Andrew L. 
Pringle and W. W. Topping, Vice-Presidents ; John 
Bain, Treasurer ; J. I. Husband, Recording Secretary ; 
A. McLear, Assistant Secretary; George G. Gauld, 
Financial Secretary ; Alexander Mtirdock, Librarian: 
Wm. F. McNutt, Physician. 



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ST. JOSEPH'S BENEVOLENT SOCIETY (R. C) .— 
Established 1860. The objects of this society are to 
extend assistance to each other in time of sickness, by 
corporeal aid and spiritual consolation ; for provid- 
ing their deceased brethren with a decent and Chris- 
tian interment in accordance with their Holy Faith ; 
for the relief of the families they may leave after 
them; as also for stimulating each other to a more 
constant observance of the duties of religion, and 
the general promotion of moral and intellectual im- 
provement. Meetings held third Sunday of each 
month, in the basement of St. Mary's Cathedral. 
Number of members, four hundred and fifty. 

Oflacers.— Michael Dolan, PreBident; Philip Cos- 
grove, Vice-President ; Henry J. Gallagher, Treasu- 
rer; Thomas Quinn, Secretary. 

ST. JOSEPH'S BENEVOLENT SOCIETY OF ST. 
FRANCIS PARISH.— Organized March 3, 1872. Num- 
ber of members, three hundred. Objects, to visit 
the sick, bury the dead, and provide for families of 
deceased members. Meets the first Sunday of each 
month, at three o'clock P.M., in St. Francis' Church. 

John Mulholland, Treasurer. 

ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL.— Location, east side of Va- 
lencia, between Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth 
streets. This is essentially a church hospital, being 
maintained under the auspices of St. Luke's Episco- 
pal Church. It was organized in 1871, and maintain- 
ed constantly up to 1882, from which time up to 
April 8, 1885, it remained closed as a church hospital. 
Now, however, determined and vigorous efforts have 
been successfully made to place it on a solid footing. 
Present capacity, thirty. Secretary's address, Pre- 
sidio. 

OfiBcers.— Mrs. Wm. Alvord, President ; Mrs. J. G. 
Clark, Vice-President; Mrs. J. M. K. Davis, Secretary ; 
Miss Gibbs, Treasurer; Dr. Bates, Resident Phy- 
sician. 

ST. MARY'S LADIES' SOCIETY.— Meets adjoining 
St. Mary's Hospital, in St. Mary's Hall, a wooden 
building, sixty by thirty feet, erected by the Society 
for their meetings. St. Mary's Society, which was 
founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1859,for the purpose 
of promoting piety among the Catholic females, has 
been converted into a Mutual Benevolent Society. 
It numbers between eleven and twelve hundred 
members. The officers of the society are selected 
from the Sisters of Mercy. 

ST. PATRICK'S MDTUAL ALLIANCE OF CALI- 
FORNIA. — Headquarters, San Francisco. Objects: To 
unite in a mutual union, Irishmen and their descend- 
ants of all creeds and classes, to protect and extend 
charity to the widow and orphans, and to strengthen, 
foster, and promote fraternal feelings of friendship 
and charity among its members. 

Alliance, No. 1.— Organized March 20, 1873. IJum- 
ber of members two hundred and thirty. Meets first 
and third Mondays of every month, at the south- 
east corner of O'Farrell and Mason streets. 

ST. PAULUS GERMAN ROMAN CATHOLIC BE- 
NEVOLENT SOCIETY.— Organized July, 1870. Num. 
ber of members one hundred and twenty. Meets sec- 
ond Monday of each month In the basement of St. 
Boniface Church. The objects of this Society are to 
afford relief to distressed members, and the support 
of their widows and orphans. 

Officers. — P. H. Donks, President; Geo. Schaffer 
Vice-President ; G. Keiser, Recording Secretary ; B. 
Windhaus, Financial Secretary ; John Lehritter, 
Treasurer. 

ST. PETER'S GERMAN ROMAN CATHOLIC BE- 
NEVOLENT SOCIETY.— Organized March, 1865. In- 
corporated January 7, 1867. Meets first Monday of 
each month in the basement of St. Boniface Church. 
The objects of this Society are mutual benefits to its 
members. 

Officers.— F. F. Speckman, President; L. Guntz, 
Vice-President ; Adolph Popper, Recording Secretary ; 
John Lehritter, Financial Secretary ; Peter Scheukel, 
Treasurer. 

SWEDISH SOCIETY- Organized September 20, 1875. 
Number of members, one hundred and fifty. Meets 
every Monday evening, at 71 New Montgomery street. 
Objects : To take care of sick members, aid the desti- 
tute, and bury the dead. 



Officers.— P. E. Erickson, President; John Eck, 
Vice-President; P. O. Peterson, Recording Sec- 
retary ; A. Vikander, Corresponding Secretary ; 0. Th. 
Lagercrantz, Treasurer. 

SWISS MUTUAL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.— Or- 
ganized 1849. Reorganized 1874. Number of mem- 
bers, six hundred and fifty. Object: To afford its 
members mutual assistance in cases of sickness or 
distress. 

Officers. — Antoine Borel, President ; P. A. Giannini, 
Vice-President ; Edward Galliard, Treasurer ; Henry 
J. Solaro. Secretary; Osed Perrone, M. D., Physi- 
cian; R. Maestretti, Collector. Office of Society, 309 
Clay street. 

SWISS RELIEF SOCIETY.— Organized 1874. Ob- 
jects: To support their sick or poor countrymen, and 
to procure employment for those who are in want "of 
it. Office 527 Clay street. 

Officers. , President and Secretary; A. 

Borel, Vice-President ; Edward Galliard, and C. Bui- 
torf, Committee. 

TEACHERS' MUTUAL AID SOCIETY OF SAN 
FRANCISCO.— Organized May, 1873. Meets on the 
first and third Wednesdays of each month. Objects : 
The mutual assistance of teachers of the San Fran- 
cisco School Department, and more particularly to 
minister to the wants of the sick. Residence of Re- 
cording Secretary 1713 Leavenworth. 

Officers. — Miss Nellie M. Owens, President ; Miss E. 
V. Lindberg, Recording Secretary ; Miss N. Haswell, 
Financial Secretary ; Miss Louisa Classen, Treasurer. 

TIVOLI MUTUAL AID SOCIETY — Organized May 
9, 1882. Meets the second and fourth Thursdays of 
each month at Tivoli Opera House. Number of mem- 
bers, ninety. Object: Assistance in cases of sick- 
ness and death, and to defray the funeral expenses 
of professionals. 

Officers. — A. Dietrich, President ; A. Stockmeyer, 
Vice-President; A. Hoffman, Secretary ; William Krel- 
ing. Treasurer. 

UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF DRUIDS.— Grand 
Gbove of Calitobnia.- Office Druids' Hall, 413 Sut- 
ter street. 

Grand Officers.— Geo. W. Peckham, P. N. G. A. ; 
W.A.Henry, N. G. A.; Louis F. Dunand, D. G. A.; 
John Biter. Grand Secretary ; Henry Mohr, G. T. ; F. 
Pozzo, G. M. ; L. Alexander, G. G. ; Henry Esbbach, 
G. S. ; Philip Bohrbacher, E. Maginnis and J. E. 
Nickels, Trustees. 

The Grand Grove meets the first Tuesday in June 
of each year. 

The following named chapter and groves meet ;at 
the hall, 413 Sutter street : 

Habtnagel Supbeme Abch Chapteb, No. 3 (Eng- 
lish) . — Meets the fourth Sunday afternoon of each 
month. 

San Feancisco Geove, No. 3 (German) .—Meets 
every Thiirsday evening. 

Etjeeka Geove, No. 4 (German). — Meets every 
Thursday evening. 

NoEMA Geove, No. 5 (English). — Meets first and 
third Tuesday evening of each month. 

Sigel Gbove, No. 7 (German) . — Meets first and third 
Monday evening of each month. 

Peesevebance Geove, No. 10 (French). — Meets 
every Tuesday evening. 

Schillee Gbove, No. 11 (German) . — Meets second 
and fourth Wednesday evening of each month. 

Hespeeian Geove, No. 15 (English). — Meets every 
Tuesday evening. 

Elvin Gbove, No. 16 (English).— Meets second and 
fourth Monday evening of each month. 

Laubel Geove, No. 17 (English). — Meets every Fri- 
day evening. 

Templab Gbove, No. 19 (English) .—Meets first and 
third Monday evening of each month. 



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GAiJ-iiixo-OAl.lLEl Grote, No. 37 (Italian),— Meets 
every Friday evening. 

BoASiciA Dbttidio CtBCLE No. 3.— Meets every Sat- 
urday evening. 

Oenekal Relief Coiimittee. — Meets third Sun- 
day of every month. 

Druids' Hall Society.— Office Dniids' Hall, 413 
tter street. Geo. W. Peckham, President; John 
inter, Secretary: N. Dimmer, Treasurer. Annual 
meeting of shareholders, second Monday of Febru- 
ary. The Board of Trustees meets on the third 
Wednesday of each month. 

Druids' Libr.vry.— Druids' Hall, 413 Sutter street. 

UNITED CALIFORNIA FINN BROTHERHOOD.— 
Meets second and fourth Wednesday of each month 
In Sanders' Hall, 71 New Montgomery street. Objects: 
Mutual benefit. 

UNITED ORDER OP HONOR.— This order is a 
secret benevolent society. There are thirteen Lodges 
in San Francisco and Oakland, with a member- 
ship of about 500. Alexander Rothenstein, Deputy 
Supreme President. Office 529 Greenwich. 

VETERANS' HOME.— Incorporated March 7, 1882. 
Office, 504 Kearny street, room 5. * 

Objects: The founding of a home for the relief and 
support of worthy officers, soldiers, marines and sail- 
ors who honorably served in the army and navy of 
the United States during the war with Mexico or of 
the Rebellion, or in any other war, and who are in 
indigent circumstances, and by reason of age, infir- 
mity or wounds received in service, or incapable of 
self-support, and for that purpose to receive contri- 
butions and to take and hold real and personal prop- 
erty by grant, devise or bequest and to erect suitable 
buildings for the use and occupation of the benefici- 
aries of the Association. 

Officers. — -J. A.Waymire, President; J. L. Bromley, 
Vice-President ; L. Wadham, Secretary ; George W. 
Walts, Treasurer. Board of Directors.— J. M. Davis, 
G. W. Walts, C. B. Hutchins, M. A. McLaughlin, J. A. 
Waymire, P. H. McGrew, T. W. Freelon, 3. L. Brom- 
ley. Executive Committee. — J. A. Waymire, J. M. 
Davis, P. H. McGrew, J. L. Bromley. Executive 
Committee of Advisory Committee. --J. S. Taber, 
Charles Goodall, C. Hartson, Hiram Tubbs, C. B. 
Stone. Commandant and Medical Director. — Dr. W. 

B. Lovett. 

^V1D0WS' AND ORPHANS' AID ASSOCLVnON 
OF THE POLICE DEPARTMENT OF SAN FRAN- 
CISCO. — Organized January 13, 1878. The member- 
ship embraces the entire force. The object of this 
association is to render pecuniary aid to the widows 
and orphans or family to the extent of one thousand 
dollars. 

Officers. — A. J. Houghtaling, President ; A. Bain- 
bridge, Vice-President; T. R. Judson, Recording Sec- 
retary ; W. Maher, Financial Secretary ; John W. 
Moffitt, Treasurer; P. Slevln, A. P. Dunlevy, T. W. 
Bethel, J. Eirkpatrlck, and John Collins, Trustees. 

YOUTHS' DIRECTORY. — Office 1417 Howard 
street. This institution, established November 1, 
1874, under the patronage of Archbishop Alemany, 
comprises a Free Intelligence Bureau and a Tempo- 
rary Home for friendless boys in search of employ- 
ment. It is maintained by voluntary contributions 
from the public. Destitute lads, in quest of work, 
are admitted free to the benefits of its refectory, dor- 
mitory, lavatory, and reading-room, until places are 
procured for them in town or country, without 
charge to either employers or employees. No dis- 
crimination between applicants on account of religi- 
ous belief. Over five thousand of every tongue and 
kindred, obtain profitable occupation on farms, in 
factories, stores, and shops every year through this 
source. Office open every week day from nine 
o'clock A. M. to one o'clock P. M. 

Officers. — James R. Kelly, President ; G. Touchard, 
Treasurer ; James Reid, Superintendent and Secre- 
tary; Mrs. Ellen Reid, Matron; J. R. Kelly, R. Tobin, 

C. D. O'Sullivan, G. Touchard, M. J. O'Connor, J. A. 
Donohoe, Henry Barroilhet and Peter H. Burnett, 
Directors. 



Masonic. 

THE GRAND LODGE OF FREE AND ACCEPTED 
MASONS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA.— As- 
sembles annually at the Masonic Temple, in the City 
of San Francisco, on the second Tuesday in October. 
Its officers for the year ending in October, 188.5, are: 

Jonathan Doan Hines, Grand Master, San 
Buenaventura 
W.-. Wiley James Tinnin, Deputy Grand Master, 
Weaverville 

Edmund Clement Atkinson, Senior Grand 
Warden, Sacramento. 

Hiram Newton Rucker, Junior Grand War- 
din, Merced. 

Moses Heller, Grand Treasurer, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Alex. Gurdon Abell, Grand Secretary, San 
Francisco. 

Charles Caleb Peirce, Grand Chaplain, 
Placerville. 

William Amon Knighten, Grand Orator, 
Santa Barbara. 

George Tuttle Grimes, Assistant Grand Sec- 
retary, San Francisco. 

John Werner Shaeflfer, Grand Lecturer, San 
Francisco. 

Henry Vanderveer Herbert, Grand Marshal, 
Alameda. 

Byron Deming, Grand Bible Bearer, Areata. 

John Orr, Grand Standard Bearer, Duncan's 
Mills. 

Alonzo Bobbitt Hamilton, Grand Sword 
Bearer, San Jose. 

Thomas Garrett Wilton, Senior Grand Dea- 
con, Sebastopol. 

James Todd Laird, Junior Grand Deacon, 
Alturas. 

Carlos Frederick Mansur, Senior Grand 
Steward, Santa Ana. 

Henry Poland, Junior Grand Steward, 
Lompoc 

Thomas Grafton Lambert, Grand Pursui- 
vant, Monterey. 

Samuel David Mayer, Grand Organist, San 
Francisco. 

James Oglesby, Grand Tyler, San Francisco. 

This body was organized in the year 1850, and there 
are now in existence , under its jurisdiction, two hun- 
dred and seventeen Subordinate Lodges, of which six- 
teen are in the City of San Francisco, as follows: 

Caltfornta Lodge, No. 1. — Meets every Thiirsday 
evening in King Solomon's Hall, Masonic Temple. 

La Parfaite Usion Lodge, No. 17.— Meets every 
Friday evening in St. John's Hall, Masonic Temple. 

Occidestai, Lodge, No. 22. — Meets every Monday 
evening in King Solomon's Hall, Masonic Temple. 

Golden Gate Lodge, No. 30. — Meets every Tuesday 
evening in King Solomon's Hall, Masonic Temple. 

Mount Moriah Lodge, No. 44. — Meets every Wed- 
nesday evening in King Solomon's Hall, Masonic 
Temple. 

FiDELiTT Lodge, No. 120. — Meets every Thursday 
evening in St. John's Hall, Masonic Temple. 

Hermann Lodge, No. 127.— Meets every Monday 
evening in St. John's Hall, Masonic Temple. 

Pacific Lodge, No. 136. — Meets every Tuesday 
evening at B'nai B'rith Building, 121 Eddy street. 

Crockett Lodge, No. 139. — Meets every Friday 
evening at B'nai B'rith Building, 121 Eddy street. 

Oriental Lodge, No. 144. — Meets every Tuesday 
evening in St. John's Hall, Masonic Temple. 

Excelsior Lodge. No. 166.- Meets every Wednesday 
evening in St. John's Hall, Masonic Temple. 

Mission Lodge, No. 169. — Meets every Wednesday 
evening at the corner of Sixteenth and Valencia 
streets. 

South San Francisco Lodge, No. 212.— Meets every 
Thursday evening at Myrtle Hall, Railroad Avenue, 
South San Francisco. 

Doric Lodge, No. 216. — Meets every Thursday 
evening at B'nai B'rith Building, 121 Eddy street. 



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Speeanza Italiana Lodge, No. 219.— Meets every 
Saturday evening in B'nai B'rith Building, 121 Eddy 
street. 

Ki»G Solomon's Lodge No. 260.— Meets every Mon- 
day evening at southwest corner Geary and Steiner 

streets. 

THE GKATTD CH.\PTER OF ROTAX ARCH MA- 
SONS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA.— Assem- 
bles annually at the Masonic Temple in the City of 
San Francisco, on the fourth Tuesday in April. Its 
officers for the term ending in April, 1886. are: 

M.'.E.-. Edward Coleman, Grand High Priest, Grass 
Valley. 

R.-.E.-. Benjamin Franklin Tuttle, Deputy Grand 
High Priest, Petaluma. ^ 

R.-.E.-. Michael James Keating, Grand King, San 
Francisco. 

R.-.E.-. William Thompson Luther, Grand Scribe, 
Downieville. 

R.-. E.-. Hiram Throop Graves, Grand Treasurer, San 
Francisco. 

R.-.E.-. Thomas Hubbard Caswell, Grand Secretary, 

San Francisco. 
B.-.E.-. Adolphus Holland, 

Francisco. 

M.-.E.-. Thomas Hubbard Caswell, Grand Lecturer, 
San Francisco. 

E.". William Vanderhurst, Grand Captain of the 
Host, Salinas. 

E.-. Carnot C. Mason, Grand Royal Arch Captain, 
Chico. 

Comp. Samuel D. Mayer, Grand Organist, San 
Francisco. 

Comp. Ira C. Root, Grand Guard, San Fran- 
cisco. 

This body was organized in the year 1854, and there 
are now in existence, under its jurisdiction, fifty-three 
Subordinate Chapters, of which two are in the City of 
San Francisco, as follows: 

San Francisco Chapter, No. 1.— Stated meetings 
first and third Mondays of each month in the Chapter 
Hall, Masonic Temple. 

Caiifoenia Chapter, No. 5. — Stated meetings first 
and third Tuesdays of each month in the Chapter 
Hall, Masonic Temple. 

THE GRAND COUNCIL OF ROYAL AND SELECT 
MASTERS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA.— As- 
sembles annually at the Masonic Temple in the City 
of San Francisco, on the fourth Thursday in April. 
Its officers for the term ending April, 1886, are: 

M.-.P.-. Franklin Henry Day, Grand Master, San 
Francisco. 

R.-.P.-. Robert Gllmore Cunningham, Deputy Grand 
Master, Los Angeles. 

R.-. P.-. Charles Lord Field, Grand Illustrious Mas- 
ter, San Francisco. 

R.-. P.-. James Bestor Merritt, Grand Principal Con- 
ductor of the Works, Oakland 

R.-.P.-. David White Laird, Grand Treasurer, San 
Francisco. 

R.-.P.-. Thomas Hubbard Caswell, Grand Recorder, 
San Francisco. 
Comp. Osgood Church Wheeler, Grand Chap- 
lain. Oakland. 
Comp. William Edward Oughton, Grand Cap. 

tain of the Guards, Sacramento. 
Comp. William Frank Pierce, Grand Steward, 

Oakland. 
Comp. Ira Colburn Root, Grand Sentinel, San 
Francisco. 

This body was organized in the year 1860, and there 
are now in existence under its jurisdiction ten sub- 
ordinates, of which one is held in the City of San 
Francisco, viz : 

California Council, No. 2.— Meets on the last 
Wednesday in each month in the Chapter Hall, Ma- 
sonic Temple. 

THE GRAND COMMAND ERY OF KNIGHTS TEMP- 
LAR OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA— Assembles 
annually at the Masonic Temple, in the City of San 
Francisco, on the Thursday following the fourth Tues- 



ay in April. Its officers for the term ending April. 
1886, are : e i" t 

R.-. E.-. Sir Philip Walter Keyser, Grand Commander, 

Marysville. 
V.'.E.-. SirReuben Headly Lloyd, Deputy Grand 
Commander, San Francisco. 
E.-. Sir Tristam Burges, Grand Generalissimo. 

San Jos6. 
E.-. Sir Carnot Courtland Mason, Grand Captain 

General, Chico. 
E.-. Sir Hezekiah Lord Hosmer, Grand Prelate,. 

San Francisco. 
E.-. Sir Samuel Hopkins Wagner, Grand Senior 

Warden, San Jo86. 
E.\ Sir Edward Spaulding Lippitt, Grand Junior 

Warden, Petaluma. 
E.-. Sir John Francis Merrill, Grand Treasurer, 

San Francisco. 
E.-. Sir Thomas Hubbard Caswell, Grand Be- 

corder, San Francisco. 
E.-. Sir George Asbury Johnson, Grand Sword 

Bearer, Santa Rosa. 
E.-. Sir Charles Mortimer Coglan, Grand Warder, 

Sacramento. 
E.-. Sir Jacob Hart Neff, Grand Standard Bearer, 
Colfax. 
Sir Samuel David Mayer, Grand Organist, San 

Francisco. 
Sir James Oglesby, Grand Captain of the 
Guards, San Francisco. 
This body was organized in the year 1858, and there 
are now in existence imder its jurisdiction twenty- 
four commanderies, of which two are in the city 
of San Francisco, viz. : 

California Commandert, No. 1. — Meets every Fri- 
day evening in Commandery Hall, Masonic Temple. 

Golden Gate Commandert, No. 16.— Meets every 
Monday evening at their Asylum in Golden Gate 
Block. 131 Post street. 

GRAND CONSISTORY OF THE ANCIENT AND 
ACCEPTED SCOTTISH RITE.— Meets at the Masonic 
Temple, in the City of San Francisco, on the second 
Wednesday in January. Its officers for the term end- 
ing January, 1886, are: 

V.-.I.-. David McClure,Venerable Grand Master, Oak- 
land. 

I.-. Theo. H. Goodman, Grand Prior, San Fran- 
cisco. 

I.-. Stephen Wing, Grand Proceptor, San Fran- 
Cisco. 

I.-. William T. Garratt, Grand Constable. San 
Francisco. 

I.-. Columbus Waterhouse, Grand Admiral, San 
Francisco. 

I.- . Nathan W. Spaulding, Grand Chancellor, Oka- 
land. 

I.-. Wm. H. L. Barnes. Grand Minister of State, 
San Francisco. 

I.-. William Jefifray, Grand Almoner, San Fran- 
cisco. 

I.-. George J. Hobe, Grand Registrar, San Fran- 
Cisco. 

I.-. Thos. J. Knipe, Grand Keeper of Seals and 
Archives, San Francisco. 

I.-. David W. Laird, Grand Treasurer, San Fran- 
cisco. 

I.-. A. A. McAllister, Grand Primate, Vallejo. 

I.-. Richard S. Corning, Master of Ceremonies, 
San Francisco. 

I.-. Charles H. Wells, Grand Expert, San Fran- 
Cisco. 

I.-. Charles T. Hancock, Grand Assistant Expert, 
San Francisco. 

I.-. Henry Wolfsohn, Grand Beausenifer, San 
Francisco. 

I.-. Henry L. Cohen, Bearerof the Vexillum Belli, 
San Francisco. 
Luman Wadham, Grand Master of the Guards, 

San Francisco. 
Arthur W. Foster, Grand Chamberlain, San 

Francisco. 
William G. Harrison, Grand Steward, San 

Francisco. 
Marcus C. Meyer, Grand Aid-de-Camp, San 

Francisco. 
Treat P. Clark, Grand Sentinel, San Fran- 
cisco. 



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GoDFKET De St. Omar Council, Knights Kadosh, 
Ko. 1.— Meets at the call of the Commamler at Ma- 
sonic Temple. 

Tbrba Buena Chapter of Rose CRors, No. 4. — 
Meets at the call of the Wise Master at Masonic Tem- 
ple. 

Terba Buena Lodge of Perfection, No. 6. — MeetB 
Bverj- Friday evening at Masonic Temple. 

MASONIC VETERAN ASSOCIATION.— Organized 
January 8, 1879. Objects : The union of the pioneer 
Masons of the Pacific coast and the preservation of 
Masonic historj-. Quarterly meetings held at Masonic 
Temple. Office, room 6, Chronicle Building. 

Officers.— James M. McDonald, President; Charles 
E. Blake, Sr. .Vice-President ; Edwin A. Sherman, Sec- 
retary : David W. Laird. Treasurer ; Charles H. Uaile, 
Marshal ; Rev. David McClure, Chaplain. 

MASONIC BOARD OF RELIEF.— The Board of Re- 
lief of San Francisco is composed of the Masters or 
Representatives of the sixteen Lodges holding con- 
current jurisdiction in San Francisco. Said Lodges 
contribute to, but draw nothing from the funds of the 
Board — sojourning Master Masons, their widows and 
orphans, being alone recipients of its charities. 
Money refunded is again given to the needy of our 
order. Organized m 1856. Elias C. Hare, Chairman; 
Peter MillikenJr., Treasurer; Hirrison Jones, Sec- 
retary. 

MASONIC CEMETERY ASSOCIATION.— Organized 
January 26, 1863. Office, room 42, Masonic Temple. 

Officers. — William R. Wheaton, President ; Joseph 
Clement, Vice-President ; George J. Hobe, Secretary ; 
Henry L. Davis, Treasurer; Edwin L. Smith, Super- 
intendent. 

MASONIC HALL ASSOCIATION. —Incorporated 
1859. Office, Masonic Temple, second floor. Associ- 
ated for the purpose of erecting and furnishing the 
Masonic Temple, at the northwest corner of Mont- 
gomery and Post streets. 

Officers.— Alexander G. Abell, President ; George T. 
Grimes, Secretary. 

THE GRAND CHAPTER OF THE ORDER OF THE 
EASTERN STAR.— Meets in the City of San Fran- 
cisco (unless otherwise ordered), on the Monday fol- 
lowing the second Tuesday in October of each year. 

The Grand Chapter was organized on the seventh 
of April, 1873. Its officers for 1885 are : 

F. W. G. Moebus, Worthy Grand Patron, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Mary J. Young, Worthy Grand Matron, Sacramento. 

J, C. Merryfield, Associate Grand Patron, Dixon. 

Lucia M. Singletary, Associate Grand Matron, San 
Jos^. 

Kate J. Willats, Grand Secretary, office 103 Mont- 
gomery street, San Francisco. 

Ella M. HauD, Grand Treasurer, Napa. 

Prudence M. Kendall, Grand Chaplain, Eureka. 

Susan M. Wright, Grand Marshal, Vallejo. 

Lizzie Wardwell, Grand Conductress, Oakland. 

Hannah J. Thresher, Associate Grand Conductress, 
Stockton. 

Martha E. Van Arsdale, Grand Adah, Yuba City. 

Gertrude 3. Freeman, Grand Ruth, Woodland. 

Maggie Short, Grand Esther, San Francisco. 

Phoebe S. Howland, Grand Martha, Napa. 

Anna M. Buck, Grand Electa, Vacaville. 

Mary L. Grohs, Grand Warder, Auburn. 

Abbie A. Jenks, Grand Organist, Oakland. 

Harry Ells, Grand Sentinel, Dutch Flat. 

The first Subordinate Chapter was organized on the 
ninth of May, 1869. There are now seventy-four Subor- 
dinate Chapters under the jurisdiction of the Grand 
Chapter. 

The following three chapters are in San Francisco : 

GoLDEM Gate Chapter, No. 1. — Meets every Mon- 
day evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

California Chapter No. 4.— Meets every Friday 
evening in B'nai B'rith Building, 121 Eddy street. 

Ivy Chapter, No. 27. — Meets every Tuesday even- 
ing at 32 O'Farrell street. 



I. O. O. F. 

GRAND OFFICERS OF THE GRAND LODGE OF 
THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I. O. O. F.— K. P. 
Smith, Grand Master, Oakland ; Nathaniel Cook, Dep- 
uty Grand Master, Santa Clara; C. T. McEachrnn, 
Grand Warden, St. Helena; W. B. Lyon, Grand Sec- 
retary, San Francisco ; C. T. Pidwell. Assistant 
Grand Secretary, San Francisco ; Geo. W. Lemont, 
Grand Treasurer, San Francisco; L^on D. Freer, 
Grand Rep., Oroville ; H. T. Dorrance, Grand Rep., 
Stockton; Rev. A. F. Hitchcock, Grand Chaplain, 
Suisun ; V. S. Northey, Grand Marshal, Oakland ; 
Charles R. Mayhew, Grand Conductor. Red Bluff; 0. 
E. Mulloy, Grand Guardian, Nevada City ; E. Dunker, 
Grand Herald, San Francisco. 

GRAND officers OF THE R. W. G. ENCAMPMENT. 

W. W. Lyman, Grand Patriarch, St. Helena; L. 
A. Simon, Grand High Priest, Oroville; J. F. Cros- 
sett, Grand Senior Warden, San Francisco; W. B. 
Lyon, Grand Scribe, San Francisco ; John Hanson, 
Grand Treasurer, San Francisco ; A. R. Lord, Grand 
Junior Warden, Nevada City ; L. L. Alexander, Grand 
Rep., Mendon ; C. H. Randall, Grand Rep., Sonora ; 
E. K. Russell, Grand Sentinel, Oakland ; E. Dunker, 
Deputy Grand Sentinel, San Francisco; J. S. Souther, 
Grand Marshal, Vallejo. 

All the Subordinate Lodges and Encampments of 
the I. O. O. F., located in this city, excepting those 
marked with a star, meet at their Hall, 325 Montgom- 
ery street, on the following evenings, viz: 

Golden Gate Encampment, No. 1. — Meets second 
and fourth Fridays of each month. 

Walhalla Encampment, No. 7.— Meets first and 
third Fridays of each month. 

WiLDEY Encampment, No. 23.— Meets second and 
fourth Saturdays of each month. 

Unity Encampment, No. 26. — Meets second and 
fourth Mondays of each month. 

Oriental Encampment, No. 57. — Meets first and 
third Saturdays of each month. 

San Francisco Uniformed Degree, Camp No. 5. — 
Meets second and fourth Wednesdays, in Buddy's 
Hall, 9095^ Market 
California Lodge, No. 1. — Meets Monday. 
San Francisco Lodge, No. 3.— Meets Friday. 
Harmony Lodge, No. 13.— Meets Tuesday. 
Verba Buena Lodge, No. 15.— Meets Thursday. 
Templar Lodge, No. 17. — Meets Wednesday. 
Magnolia Lodge, No. 29.— Meets Tuesday. 
Bay City Lodge, No. 71.— Meets Monday. 
Abou Ben Adhem Lodge, No. 112.— Meets Thursday. 
Germania Lodge, No. 116. — Meets Wednesday. 
Concordia Lodge, No. 122. — Meets Monday. 
Apollo Lodge, No? 123.— Meets Friday. 
Parker Lodge, No. 124.— Meets Tuesday. 
Unity Lodge, No. 131.* — Meets Tuesday, comer of 
Valencia and Sixteenth streets. 
Herman Lodge, No. 145. — Meets Wednesday. 
Pacific Lodge, No. 155.— Meets Thursday. 
Ophtr Lodge, No. 171.*— Meets Friday, in Shlels' 
Building, 32 O'Farrell street. 

Occidental Lodge, No. 179.*— Meets Thursday, in 
Shiels' Building, 32 O'Farrell street. 
Cosmopolitan Lodge, No. 194. — Meets Wednesday. 
Golden Gate Lodge, No. 204. — Meets Tuesday. 
Alta Lodge, No. 205.*— Meets Monday, in K. of P. 
Castle, 913 Market street. 

Franco-American Lodge, No. 207.— Meets Thurs- 
day. 

Fidelity Lodge, No. 222.*— Meets Monday, in K. of 
P. Castle, 913 Market street. 
Morse Lodge, No. 257.— Meets Friday. 
Myrtle Lodge, No. 275.*— Meets Wednesday, in 
MjTtle Hall, South San Francisco. 

Western Addition Lodge, No. 285.*— Meets Wed- 
nesday, in Hamilton Hall, corner Geary and Stelner 
streets . 



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Excelsior Lodge, No. 310.*— Meets Monday, in Ex- 
celsior Hall, 2319 Mission street. 

ExcELSioE Degree Lodge, No. 2. — Meets first and 
third Saturdays of each month. 

Teutonia Degree Lodge, No. 4. — Meets second and 
fourth Fridays of each month. 

California Bebekah Degree Lodge, No. 1. — Meets 
Saturday. 

Templab Rebekah Degree Lodge, No. 19. — Meets 
Saturday in Shiel's building, 32 O'Farrell street. 

General Relief Committee (Composed of all the 
Noble Grands and Vice-Grands of the Subordinate 
Lodges of San Francisco) . — Meets every Sunday at ten 
o'clock A. M. 

ODD FELLOWS' CEMETERY ASSOCIATION.— In- 
corporated September 26, 1865. Office, 22 Phelan 
Building. 

ODD FELLOWS' HALL ASSOCIATION.— Organized 
1858. Capital stock, $1,000,000 ; office, 325 Montgomery 
street. 

ODD FELLOWS' MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION.— 
Incorporated February 3, 1868. Office, 325 Montgom- 
ery street, room 5. 

The object of this association is to secure to the 
families of its deceased members pecuniary aid. 

ODD FELLOWS' VETERAN ASSOCIATION.— Or- 
ganized April 17, 1877. Objects: The preservation 
of the history and traditions of Odd Fellowship. 
Office, 325 Montgomery street. 

Officers.— F. K Krauth, President; W. H. Barnes, 
Secretary; Philo TSTiite, Treasurer. 

ODD FELLOWS' LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.— Or- 
ganized December 30, 1854. Rooms, 325 Montgomery 
street. 

The library contains nearly thirty-nine thousand 
volumes in the various departments of literature, in- 
cluding one of the most extensive collections of works 
on the early history of the Pacific Coast. It also con- 
tains a very complete and valuable cabinet of min- 
erals. 

Officers.- Robert Cleary, President; W. H. Peck- 
ham, Recording Secretary ; Max Brooks, Correspond- 
ing Secretary; E. Maginnis, Treasurer; George A. 
Carnes, Librarian ; Andrew J. Cleary, Assistant Li- 
brarian. 



Temperance. 



CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTINENCE UNION OF THE 
ARCH DIOCESE OF SAN FRANCISCO.— Organized 
June, 1874. It is a branch of the Total Abstinence 
Union of America, which comprises fotir hundred and 
thirty Subordinate Societies. Meets every three 
montiis in St. Joseph's Hall, Tenth street. It is sup- 
ported by an annual tax of ten cents on each member, 
gives free lectiires and entertainments when funds 
permit, and has for its object a combination of all the 
total abstinence societies. 

Officers.— Rev. J. B. McNally, President ; John Mc- 
Laughlin, Vice-President ; D. O'Connell, Correspond- 
ing Secretary ; W. Higgins, Recording Secretary. 

The following subordinate societies have been or- 
ganized, and meet at the time and place below noted, 
viz: 

St. Mary's C. T. A. B. and L. Association. — 
Meets first and third Sundays of each month in base- 
ment of St. Mary's Cathedral. 

St. Patrick's C. T. A. B. Soceett. — Meets second 
and fourth Sundays of each month in basement of St. 
Patrick's Church. 

CHAMPIONS OF THE RED CROSS.— A temper- 
ance mutual benefit organization for mutual relief in 
sickness, in connection with a life-insurance system 
upon a mutual protective basis. 

Supreme Council.— Organized October 22, 1874. 
Meets annually on the Third Tuesday in October. 

Officers. — A. J. Buckles, Supreme Commander, 
Fairfield ; Richard D. Mowry, Supreme Counselor, 
San Francisco; John C. Harris, Supreme Secretary, 
San Jose ; C. W. Pomeroy, Supreme Treasurer, San 
Jose. 

The following named Encampments have been or- 
ganized in San Francisco. 



Golden Gate Encampment, No. 26.— Meets every 
Monday evening in Cambrian Hall, 1133 Mission street. 

Templar Encampment, No. 50. — Meets every Tues- 
day evening in Grand Pacific Hall. 

Mount Horeb Encampment, No. 69. — Meets every 
Thursday evening in Champion Hall, 2933 Sixteenth 
street. 

TEMPLAR SOCIAL CLUB.— Honorary President, R. 
D. Mowry ; President, Gus Pulschen; Vice-President, 
F. O. Ordway ; Secretary, Cora L. Carl; Treasurer, L. 
M. Mowry; Manager, C. A. Stowell. 

FATHER MATTHEW TOTAL ABSTINENCE AND 
BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, No. 1.— Organized May, 
1869. Number of members, three hxinared. Meets 
every Sunday and Friday evenings, at Irish-American 
Hall. Objects: To encourage all persons to abstain 
from the use of intoxicating liquors; also to afford re- 
lief in case of accident, or sickness, and assist in the 
burial of deceased members. 

Officers. — E. J. Reynolds, President ; Joseph J. Hy- 
land and C. Cavanagh, Vice-Presidents; F. E. Hunt, 
Financial Secretary; E. P. Donovan, Corresponding 
Secretary: J. J. Donnigan, Treasurer; Dr. W. D. Mc- 
Carthy, Physician. 

HOME FOR THE CARE OF INEBRIATES.— Or- 
ganized May 24, 1859. The property now occupied 
by the institution, northeast corner of Stockton and 
Chestnut streets, was purchased in 1862, at an expense 
of $7,500, and enlarged in 1877, at a further expense of 
$7,000. It is conducted under the auspices of the Par- 
ent Dashaway Association. 

Officers — John Densmore. President ; Peter Bell, 
Secretary ; David Hunter, Treasurer ; J. Grey Jewell, 
M. D., Superintendent and Resident Physician. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLARS.— 
Grand Lodge organized May 29, 1860. Jurisdiction 
embraces the State of California and Arizona Terri- 
tory. 

Number of working Lodges, three hundred and sev- 
enty-five. Total membership, about nineteen thou- 
sand. George B. Katzenstein Grand Worthy Secre- 
tary, Sacramento. 

This Order sustains the Good Templars' Home for 
Orphans, located at Vallejo, California. The build- 
ings, which are capacious, elegant and comfortable, 
were erected in 1869, by the Good Templars of Califor- 
nia and Nevada. The Home was opened for the recep- 
tion of orphan children, October 1, 1870, and is now 
occupied by one hundred and thirty children, who are 
receiving shelter and education beneath its roof. 
$45,000 has been expended in its erection, and about 
$200,000 in support of its inmates. It is in a com- 
plete and exact sense a public charity, openly invit- 
ing the homeless from all portions of the States of 
California and Nevada, to share in its beneficences. 
It derives its name from the fact of its erec- 
tion by the Good Templars and its support by 
that Order. It is also iinder the control of the Grand 
Lodge of the Order, but its title is not meant to con- 
vey any idea of exclusiveness as to the class admitted 
to its sheltering offices. To be a homeless orphan is 
the only passport required at its portals. In connec- 
tion with this society, and sustained by them, are 
Bands of Hope, composed of children under twelve 
years of age, who are supplied with rituals and badges 
free. These organizations now number in the State 
about fourteen thousand children. 

Officers of the Grand Lodge.— M. C. Winchester, G. 
W. C. T., Grafton; J. A. Fairbanks, G. W. C, West 
Oakland; Mrs. T. L. Armstrong, G. W. V. T., 
Benicia ; George B. Katzenstein, G. W. S., Sac- 
ramento; Dr. Isaac S. Halsey, G. W. T., Vallejo ; 
Julius Lyons, G. W. A. S., Los Angeles ; E.Wood 
Culver, G. W. Mess, Newcastle; H. C. Trephagen, 
G. W. Marshal, San Jose ; Miss F. Sawyer, G.W. D. M. ; 
Rev. Lorr Ewing, G. W. Chaplain, Truckee ; Mrs. C. 
E. Naylor, G. W. I. G., San Francisco ; J. B. Mullen, 
G. W. O. G., Con Cow ; Col. J. L. Coles, P. G.W. C. T., 
Sonora ; Mrs. M. E. Richardson, Gen. Supt. Juv. G., 
1605 Thirteenth avenue. East Oakland. 

The following named subordinate lodges meet in 
this city: 

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evening, in Ono Hall, corner Mission and fifteenth 
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EviNDJO Stab Louoe, No. 114. — Meets every Thurs- 
day evening, at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Headlight Lodge, No. 120.— Meets every Wednes- 
day evening, at 1133 Mission street. 

CONSTiTCTTiON LoDOE, No. 130. — Meets every Friday 
«TeDing, in Shiels' Building, 32 O'Farrell .street. 

Bbioht Hope Lodge, No. 160. — Meets tvery Tuesday 
evening, in Fraternal Hall, 2933 Sixteenth street. 

Lite Boat Lodge, No. 185.— Meets every Monday 
evening, at Universal Hall, 811 Pacific street, between 
Stockton and Powell. 

Golden Gate Lodge, No. 186. — Meets every Tues- 
day evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

International Lodge, No. 291.— Meets every Mon- 
day evening, in Grand Central Hall, 997 Market street. 

Valley Lodge, No. 293. — Meets every Tuesday 
evening, in Grand Central Hall, 997 Market street. 

Spring Valley Lodge, No. 314.— Meets every Tues- 
day evening, in Union Hall, cor Fillmore and Green- 
wich streets. 

Cryst.'vl Lodge, No. 417. — Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 35 Eddy street. 

MisPAH Lodge, No. 138. — Meets every Friday even- 
ing at 859 Market street. 

MARINE TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. — Organized 
March 22, 1866. Meets on the second Tuesday eve- 
ning of each month, at the Mariners' Church, north- 
east comer of Sacramento and Drumm streets. Num- 
ber of members, two thousand, to which additions are 
made continually. 

Officers. — Rev. Joseph Rowell, President ; Kev. W. 
D. Bishop, Secretary. 

P.\RENT DASHAWAT ASSOCIATION.— Organized 
January2, 1859. Meets at 218 O'Farrell street. 

Officers. — John Densmore, President; E. N. Zer- 
man and J. A.. Fielder, Vice-Presidents ; John Butter- 
worth, Secretary; E. Fountain, Treasurer; J. L. 
Eagon, Peter Bell, James Gillespie, J. A. Fielder, 
Trustees of the Association ; John Densmore, Peter 
Bell, David Hunter, John Daniel, Trustees Home for 
the care of Inebriates. 

SONS OF TEMPERANCE.— Office of the Grand 
Scribe, at Haywards. 

Officers of the Grand Division. — W. I. Nichols, 
G. W. P., Yreka; C. L. Anderson, G. W. A., Santa 
Cruz; George Bramall, G. S<ribe, Haywards; W. H. 
Wyman, G. Treasurer, Soquel ; David Hobson, G. 
Chaplain. San Jose ; J. O. Avery, G. Conductor, San 
Francisco ; Mrs. L. N. Barber, O. Sentinel, Soquel. 

The following named Subordinate Divisions meet 
in San Francisco : 

Grand DmsioN, Annual Session on the fourth 
Tuesday in April of each year. 

Centenkial Division, No. 18.— Meets every Tues- 
day evening at Champion Hall, Potrero. 

New Era Division, No. 2. — Meets every Saturday 
evening at Urand Pacific Hall. " 

Mutual Relief Division, No. 1. — Meets every 
Wednesday evening at 20 Eddy street. 

St. John Division, No. 318.— Meets every Saturday 
evening at 20 Eddy street. 

TEMPERANCE LEGION. — Organized February 1, 
18fi6, with forty-five members. Since that time over 
four thousand members have signed the muster roll, 
and are now organized in vwelve companies. There 
is also a Ladies' Roll, which numbtrs over nine hun- 
dred members, and a Cadets', with over six hvmdred 
memb( rs. 

Public meetings are held every Tuesday and 
Thursday evenings at B'nai Brith Hall, 121 Eddy 
street. 

Officers. — F. E. B. Whitney, Commander-in-Chief ; 
Frank Richards, Colonel and First \iA ; Thomas Ful- 
ler, Lieutenant-Colonel and Second Aid ; W. G. Cue, 
Adjutant ; Isaac Nichols, Paymaster ; Dr. H. Gib- 
bons, Jr., Surgeon ; R. B. Gardiner, Chapl lin ; F. E. 
Potter, Chief Quartermaster ; Wm. M. Moore, First 
Assistant Quartermaster; Wm. J. Coulter, Second As- 
sistant Q lartermaster-Oeneral ; J. A. Phelps, D. W.- 
Saylor »nd Charles Wooten, Aides-de-camp. 



WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION— 
California Branch. 

Officers.- Mrs. P. D. Browne, Oakland, President ; 
Mrs. L. P. Williams, S. F., Recording Secretary; Mrs. 
H. H. Havens, Oakland, Corresponding Secretary; 
Mrs. C. H. Chamberlain. East Oakland, "Treasurer. 

The Women's National Christian Temperance 
Union is the largest society ever composed ex- 
clusively of women, and conducted entirely by them. 
So far as reported (the returns are very incomplete) 
there are about 3,000 local auxiliary, with a member- 
ship of 50,000. and 494 juvenile organizations. 



Protective. 

B.UIBERS' PROTECTIVE UNION.— Organized Jan- 
uary 13, 1878. Number of members, one htmdred 
and thirty. Meets first and third Tuesdays of each 
month at 539 California street. Objects : Protective 
and benevolent. 

Officers.— F. A. Stahl, President; R. Oppenheim, 
Vice-President; G. Proschold, Recording Secre- 
tary; C. Rimassa, Financial Secretary; J. Lehritter, 
Treasurer; John Dohs, Employment Secretarj-; office, 
542 Clay street. T. J. Golden. J. Frank, E. P. Roche, 
Trustees. 

BOARD OF TR.\DE OF SAN FRANCISCO.— Or- 
ganized April, 1877. Number of members, 240. 
Office, Union Block, 202 Market street, upper floor. 
Objects : To protect the interests of its members, 
prevent settlements without full investigation, resist 
inequitable and fraudulent settlements, and bring 
about joint action in the collection of debts (other 
than in the ordinary course of business) . 

Officers. — James B. Stetson, President; -Jules Cerf, 
First Vice-President ; Moses Greenebaum, Second Vice- 
President ; Moses Heller, Treasurer; J. H. Shank- 
land, Attorney; H, L. Smith. Secretary. 

BOOKBINDERS' PROTECTIVE AND BENEFI- 
CIAL ASSOCI.'i.TION OF CALIFORNIA. -Organized 
August 15, 1875. Number of members, forty. Meets 
second Wednesday of each month, at 539 California 
street. 

Officers. — Frank C. Merganthaler, President; Frank 
Cooke, Vice-President ; Henry Marsden, Secretary; 
James J. McDonald, Treasurer. 

CALIFORNIA PRODUCE EXCHANGE.- Location, 
northeast comer of Clay and Davis streets. Member- 
ship limited to one thousand. Objects: To protect 
and further the interests of dealers in grain and 
produce, and to regulate transfers of negotiable 
warehouse certificates for grain and produce. Capi- 
tal stock actually subscribed. f7,000. The rooms of 
the Exchange are open daily, for the transaction of 
business, between the hours of eight o'clock a. sc. 
and tbree o'clock p. m. 

Officers.- J. M. Prather, President ; Edward A. 
Godfrey, Vice-President ; Philip Gerold, Secretary ; 
George A. Sweeney, Superintendent. 

CALIFORNIA STATE HOMCEOPATHIC MEDI- 
CAL SOCIETY.— Incorporated January, 1878. Annu- 
al meeting on second Wednesday of May, in the City 
of San Francisco. Object: The advancement of the 
science of medicine and surgery. 

Officers.— Geo. E. Davis. M. D., President; E. S. 
Breyfogle, First Vice-President ; H. C French, Second 
Vice-President; A. C Petersen, M. D., Secretary; 
William Boericke, M. D., Treasurer. 



CALIFORNIA STATE WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE AS- 
SOCIATION.— Organized July, 1869. Number of 
members two hundred. Meets semi-monthly. Ob- 
ject: Woman's political enfranchisement. 

Officers. — Mrs. Clara S. Foltz, President : Mrs. Laura 
DeForce Gordon, Vice-President ; Mrs. Mary J. Col- 
lins, Corresponding Secretary ; Mrs. A. M. Slocum, 
Treasurer. 

CATHOLIC MUTUAL BENEFICIAL ASSOCIA- 
TION OF THE ARCH-DIOCESE OF SAN FRAN^IS- 
CO.— Organized February 1, 1880. Meets first Mon- 
day of each month at Room 48, Phelan Building. 
Object — It is established for the purpose of securing 
a certain sum— not exceeiiing two thousand dollars — 
to the person designated by any mea.ber of the Asso- 
ciation previous to his or her deutb. 

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nolde, Vice-President ; William W.Wattson, Secretary; 
John McLaughlin, Treasurer. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.— Rooms, Merchants' 
Exchange, California Street. Organized April, 1850. 
Present membership 156. Regular meetings, third 
Tuesdays in January, April, July and October. Annual 
meeting, third Tuesday in January ; election of officers, 
second Tuesday in January. 

Officers. — Henry L. Dodge, President; W. L. Merry, 
First Vice-President; E. L. Ct. Steele, Second Vice- 
President; J. J. McKinnon, W. H. Dimond, C. L. 
Taylor, J. N. Knowles, A. P. Elfelt, A. E. Hecht, I'.L. 
Castle, Hugh Craig, W. W. Montague, E. W. Newhall, 
Albert Miller, F. L. Baker, Trustees ; Morris Marcus, 
Secretary, Treasurer and Librarian. Office, 26-28 
California street. 

CIGAR MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION.— In- 
corporated 1884. 

Officers.— J. W. Scliaeffer, President; H. Engel- 
brecht, Vice-President ; Rudolph Mayfisch, Treas- 
urer; Max Ordenstein, Secretary. 

CIGARMAKERS' ASSOCIATION OF THE PACIFIC 
COAST.— Organized June 12, 1876. Number of mem- 
bers, 300. Meets second and fourth Friday of each 
month at Huddy's Hall. Objects : To improve the 
condition of its members and protect them against 
the encroachments of Chinese cheap labor. 

Officers. — H.Richter, President ; J. L. Smith, Vice- 
President; George Deckelman, Secretary; G. Van 
Gulpen, Financial Secretary ; George Benker, Treas- 
urer. 

COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS' ASSOCIATION OF 
CALIFORNIA.— Organized in 1878. Objects: Protec- 
tive and Mutual. 

Officers for 1884.— Oscar W. White, President; A. 
Russell, First Vice-President ; W. H. Brown, Second 
Vice-President ; Z. B. Adams, Third Vice-President; 
E. T. B. Mills, Secretary and Treasurer; R. C. Cor- 
bally, J. T. Peck, D. Richards, W. H. Brown, B. H. 
Upham, H. Hausman, F. G. Sanborn, D. Ross, H. A. 
Hall, A. F. Gunn, Directors. 

COOKS' AND PASTRY COOKS' AND BAKERS, 
UNION.— Organized February 6, 1880. Number of 
members, sixty. Meets on the first and third Friday 
of every month at Colosseum, 910 Market street. 
Objects: To furnish employment and provide for 
members in need ; also funeral benefits. 

Officers. — William Boehle. President ; Q. Brown, 
Vice-President ; E. Grimm, Financial Secretary ; Dan 
Weikh, Employment Secretary ; Henry Niemeyer, 
Treasurer. 

COOPERS' PROTECTIVE UNION.— Meets first and 
third Monday in each month, at 316 Post street. 

DRAYMEN AND TEAMSTERS' UNION OF SAN 
FRANCISCO.— Organized August 26, 1876. Number 
of members, about two hundred. Meets second and 
last Saturday evenings of each month at B'nai B'rith 
Hall, 121 Eddy street. 

Ofiicers. — C. D. Evers, President; Albert Hcigel, 
Vice-President; Joseph Niedrost, Recording Secre- 
tary; C. Nelson, Financial Secretary; L. J. Welsh, 
Treasurer. 

EXPRESSMENS' PROTECTIVE UNION.— Organ- 
ized January, 1881. Meets first Friday evening in the 
month in Washington Hall, 35 Eddy street. Object: 
Mutual protection. 

Officers. — A. Plevin, President ; A. Engler, Vice- 
President: Patrick Corkery, Secretary; James Mc- 
Mahon, Treasurer. 

FISHERMEN'S PROTECTIVE AND BENEVOLENT 
ASSOCIATION.— Organized 1877. Membership, one 
hundred. Meets on the first Saturday of each month 
at 307 Broadway street. 

Officers. — Antone Francovich, President; G. San- 
guenetti, Vice-President; P. Baretta, Treasurer; Giu- 
seppe Mollnari, Secretary. 

FRANKLIN SPAR AND BAU VEREIN.— Organized 
December 6, 1875. Office, 589 California street. 

Objects : To raise funds, and make loans among 
its members, thus enabling them to acquire and 
improve real estate. 

Officers.— George Lang, President; F. Ludemann, 
man, Vice-President; Hugo Pfersdorflf. Secretary; 
Otto FausB, Treasurer. 



FRENCH MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN AS- 
SOCIATION.— Organized June 14, 1875. Meets second 
Monday of each month at 126 Kearny street. Objects : 
To accumiilate a fund by monthly subscriptions, etc., 
and loan the same upon such security and in such 
manner as the Directors may prescribe to Us stock- 
holders, to aid them in acquiring and improving real 
estate. 

Officers.— Emanuel Raas, President ; E. G. Lyons, 
Vice-President; Henry Barroilhet, Treasurer; L. L. 
Dennery, Secretary. Office, 126 Kearny street, room 5. 

GARDENERS' AND RANCHERS' ASSOCIATION.— 
Organized August 15, 1874. Number of members, 
seventy-eight. Meets last Saturday of each month, 
at 105 Pacific street. 

Officers.— L. Peri, President ; P. leola, Vice-Presi- 
dent ; Giacomo Bignotte, Secretary, residence, 9 
Lafayette Place ; T. Lacoste, Treasurer. 

GERMAN BUTCHERS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCIA- 
TION.— Meets second and fourth Thursday in each 
month, at 316 Post street. 

GOLDEN GATE MUTUAL LOAN ASSOCIATION.— 
Organized September, 1877. Office, 309 California 
street. Objects: To raise funds by installments and 
to make loans thereof to its members. 

Officers. — I. Gutte, President; J. C. Higgins, 
Vice-President ; F. R. Berg, Secretary ; Anglo-Cali- 
fornian Bank, Treasurer. 

GROCERS' PROTECTIVE UNION. — Organized 
April 1, 1871. Meets second Wednesday of each 
month at Huddy's Hall, 909 Ji Market street. 

This is an association of retail grocers, organized 
for the purpose of protecting its members against bad 
debtors. 

Officers.— J. O'Connor, President; J. E. A. Helms, 
Vice-President ; Aug. C. Evers, Secretary; W. Fah- 
renkrug. Treasurer. Office, 411 Kearny street, room 2. 

GUN CLUB— Organized December 19, 1876. Objects; 
To practice pigeon-shooting, and assist in enforcing 
the game law. 

Officers.— Jas. V. Coleman, President; F. S. Butler. 
Secretary and Treasurer. 

HAT FINISHERS' ASSOCIATION.— Organized Feb- 
ruary 8, 1853. Meetings held quarterly. Number of 
members, twenty. 

Officers. — J. A. Johnston, President; Barnard Le- 
vy, Secretary ; Frederick W. Sierp, Treasurer. 

HOME AND LOAN ASSOCIATES.— Organized Au- 
gust, 1875. Office, 318 Pine street, room 40. Objects: 
To raise tiinde by installments and to make loans 
thereof to its members. 

Officers.— W. B. Bradbury, President: Dr. C. E. 
Blake, Vice-President; J. A. Fischer, Secretary; 
Max Waizman. Treasurer. 

HOME BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. — Incorporated 
December, 1880. Office, northeast corner Bush and 
Montgomery streets. The object of this Association 
is to provide aid to its members, their heirs or 
dependents, by a miitual association of persons in 
good health, in order to equalize the risk of accident 
or mortality, and to furnish the aid so rendered at the 
lowest possible cost to its members. 

Officers.— Sam. Baker, President; Andrew S. Brow- 
nell. Secretary ; J. O. Cadman, Assistant Secretary • 
Charles N. Ellinwood, M. D., Medical Director. 

HUMBOLDT SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY.— In- 
corporated November 24, 1869. Office, 18 Geary street. 
Capital, $100,000. Number of shares, one hundred- 
$80,000 paid in. 

Officers. — Adolph C. Weber, President; Henry 
Luchsinger, Vice-President ; Ernest Brand, Secretary 
and Cashier. 

IRON MOLDERS' UNION.— Organized April, 1873. 
Number of members, three hundred. Meets second 
and fourth Wednesday evenings of each month, at 
Huddy's Hall, 909 >^ Market street. Objects: The en- 
couragement and advancement of molders and their 
social elevation. 

Officers.- Arthur Baker, President; W. R. Luke, 
Vice-President; Hippolyte Cuneo, Treasurer; Ed- 
ward Harris, Recording Secretary ; P. J. Feeney, Cor- 
responding and Financial Secretary. 



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ITALIAN-SWISS AGRICULTURAL COLONY.— In- 
corporated March li, 1881. 0»pital. $300,000; 5.000 
shares at (€0 each. Of&ce, 531 Washington street. 
The objects of this corporation is the promotion of 
co-operative farming. 

Officers.— Henry Casanova, President; J. H. Garrett, 
Vice-President; G. Ginocchio, Treasurer; A. Sbar- 
boro, Secretary ; D. Freidenrich. Attorney; A. Daneri, 
8. Campodonico, G. B. Cevasco, B. FrapolU, A. Za- 
baldano and A. Merle, Directors. 

JEWELERS' MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.— Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Friday in each month in California 
Hall, 417 Kearny street. 

Officers.— E. Kehrlein, President ; 0. H. Rudolph, 
Vice-President ; F. H. Higgins, Secretary ; F. 
Heiduska, Treasurer. 

JOURNEYMEN SHIPWRIGHTS' ASSOCIATION.— 
Organized April 1, 1867. Re-organized April 23, 1863. 
Number of members, four hundred. Meet second 
and fourth Thursday of each month at Sanders' Hall, 
71 New Montgomery street. The object of this asso- 
ciation is to procure a fair and uniform rate of wages 
for the trade. 

Officers.— Robert Lawton, President • John Dowl- 
ing, Vice-Preeident ; John Bannister, Treasurer ; M. 
Campbell, Secretary. I 

LONGSHORE LUMBERMEN'S PROTECTIVE AS- 
SOCI.\TION.— Meets first and third Friday of each 
month at 818 Howard street. 

Officers. — Charles Anderson, President ; Timothy 
Sullivan, Treasurer. 

LUMBERMEN'S PROTECTIVE UNION. — Organ- 
ized September 1, 1872. Niimber of members, one 
hundred and twenty-five. Meets the third Tuesday 
of each month, at 71 New Montgomery street. Ob- 
jects: For mutual benevolent purposes only, in aiding 
•ud assisting its sick members and burying the dead. 

Officers. — Andrew C. Freese, President ; A. Peter- 
son. Secretary ; A. Pearson, Treasurer. 

MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION OF CALIFOR- 
NIA.— Incorporated November 13, 1883. This Asso- 
ciation has no capital stock. 

Officers.- A. S. Hallidie, President ; Irving M. Scott, 
Vice-President; N. W.Spaolding, Treasurer; Geo. C. 
Hickox, Secretary. • 

Office, room 43 Merchants' Exchange. 

All persons or firms engaged in manufacturing in 
this State are eligible to become members of this As- 
sociation. 

The objects of the Manufacturers' Association are : 
To develop and protect the producing and manufac- 
turing interests of California ; to circulate informa- 
tion of new districts or distant points open to our 
manufacturers ; to prevent oppressive legislation and 
unfair taxation ; to provide a place of meeting for 
interchange of ideas and promotion of good feeling 
among members ; for the maintenance of a reading 
room, and buieau of statistics relating to manufac- 
turing and other interests ; to aid California manufac- 
turers and all other industries, by causins; interest in 
and preference for their productions and wares. The 
entrance lee is twenty dollars, and dues five dollars 
per quarter. 

MARINE ENGINEERS' ASSOCIATION, NO. 35.— 
Meets second and fourth Tuesday of each month, at 
71 New Montgomery street. 

Officers. — Francis Gough, President; T.J. Qnigley, 
Vice-President; J. E. 0. Kingsman, Treasurer; R. G. 
Robinson, Corresponding Secretary; J. W. Harvey, 
Recording Secretary; W. D. Nelson, Financial Secre- 
tary. 

MASTER PAINTERS' ASSOCIATION.— The objects 
of the society are to promote a friendly feeling among 
the craft, the exchange of ideas and experience with 
regard to the best methods of doing work. 

Officers.— E. H. Gadsby, President ; Henry White 
and P. N. Eass, Vice-Presidents; Thomas Noble, Sec- 
retary ; B. L. Brandt, Treasurer. 



Secretary; Moses Heller, H. Dutard, C. B. Stone, W. 
H. Dimond,J. M. Shotwell and William Dresbach, 
Trustees. 

MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE (CHINESE.)— Rooms, 
739 Sacramento street. Object : The promotion of 
the interest of trade and commerce. 

Officers.— Lai Hing Lung & Co., President and 
Treasurer; Tong Wong & Co., Vice-President; Wa 
Yuen Lang Kee, First Secretary ; Hong Fow Low, Sec. 
ond Secretary. 

MILKMEN'S MUTUAL AID AND PROTECTIVE A8- 
SOCIATION.— Organized December 10, 1874. Meets 
every Friday afternoon at 35 Eddy street. 

Objects: To enable its members to buy feed, stock, 
and all they consume on advantageous terms; to pro- 
tect them from wrougby their employees and the per- 
sons with whom they deal, and against customers who 
are delinquent in paying their bills. 

Board of Directors.— G. C. Smart, J. D. Daley, J. A. 
Roy, and C. W. Taber. G. C. Smart, President ; A. T. 
Noble, Secretary. 

MINERS" ASSOCIATION (THE) — Organized Octo- 
ber 1, 1876. Office, 320 Sansome street, room 23. Ob- 
jects: Protection of members and mine owners from 
encroachments on their rights. 

Officers.^L. L. Robinson, President ; Walter A. 
Skidmore, Secretary; Bank of California, Treasurer. 

MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. 
— Incorporated November 7, 1874. Capital stock, 
$1,000,000, in five thousand shares of $200 each. Meets 
first Tuesday of each month in B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 
Eddy street ; office 516 Market street. 

Objects: To raise funds in shares payable in peri- 
odical installments, and to make loans to its mem- 
bers lor the purpose of aiding them In acquiring and 
improving real-estate. 

Officers. — H. Levy, President ; H. Lowenberg, Vice- 
President; N. Schlesinger, Secretary; A. E. Hecht, 
Treasurer. 

PACKERS' EXCHANGE OF CALIFORNIA.— Incor- 
porated February, 1882. Organized for the purchase 
and sale of fruits, vegetables and other material used 
in their manufacturing. Office, northwest comer of 
Broadway and Sansome streets. 

Officers —A. D Cutler, President; P. D. Code, Vice- 
President ; I. H. Morse, Secretary and Treasurer. 

PACIFIC STOCK AND EXCHANGE BOARD.— 
Meetings held daily, morning and afternoon, at 316 
Montgomery street, between California and Pine 
streets. 

Officers. — Baldwin Gardiner, President ; L. Mar- 
shall, Vice-President; Samuel F. Clough, Secretary; 
R. 0. Tobin, Treasurer ; J. B. Bourne, Chairman. 

RIGGERS' PROTECTIVE UNION. — Organized De- 
cember 17, 1873. Number of members one hundred 
and twenty. Meets first Wednesday of each month at 
71 New Montgomery street. 

Officers. — Frederick Fielder, President; Levi Small, 
Vice-President ; Edward Daw, Secretary ; Wal- 
lace. Treasurer. 

RIGGERS' AND STEVEDORES' UNION ASSOCIA- 
TION.— Organized July 25, 1853, for the regulation of 
wages and the protection of each other. Number of 
members two hundred. Meets every Monday evening 
at 806 Montgomery street. 

Officers. — John Forbes. President; Thomas Lacey, 
Vice-President ; F. E. Durham. Recording Secretary ; 
John Band, Financial Secretary ; Herman Smith, 
Treasurer. 

S.VN FR.ANCISCO BOARD OF PROVISION PACK- 
ERS.— Organized September 1, 1874. Meets first Mon- 
day of each month. Objects: Mutual benefit of the 
members, and to promote the interests of the trade 
generally. Office of Secretary, 517 Washington street. 

Officers. — R. F. Bvmker, President ; Frank Ross- 
bach, Secretary; William L. Merry, Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO CLEARING HOUSE.— Office 211 
Sansome street. 

Officers. — John McKee, President; James S. Hutch- 
inson. Secretary. John McKee, Thomas Brown, I. 
S eiiihart, Howard Havens, W. Lawson, Committee. 
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SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY.— 
Organized February 4, 1868. Number of members, 
one hundred and ten. Meetings held at St. Andrews' 
Hall, 218 Post street, on the second and fourth Tues- 
days of each month, at eight o'clock P. M. 

Officers.— J. G. Jewell, M. D., President ; Benj. R. 

Swan. M. D., First Vice-President ; 

Second Vice-President ; W. Watt Kerr, M. D.. Record- 
ing Secretary; E. G. Frisbie, M. D., Assistant Re- 
cording Secretary ; M. M. Chipman, M.D., Correspond- 
ing Secretary ; H. S. Baldwin, M. D., Treasurer ; C. G. 
Kenyon, M. D., Librarian and Curator ; Jas. Simpson, 
M. D., and Wm. F. McNutt, M. D., Directors. 

SAN FRANCISCO DENTAL ASSOCIATION.— Or- 
ganized October 5, 1869. Number of members about 
twenty-five. Meets in the different offices of the 
members the second Monday evening in each month. 
Object: The promotion of the dental profession. 

Officers. — W. J. Younger, President ; A. Warner, 
Vice-President ; W. A. Knowles, Corresponding Sec- 
retary ; J. J. Birge, Treasurer and Librarian. 

SAN FRANCISCO MUTUAL LOAN ASSOCIATION. 
—Incorporated October 28, 1882. Office, 531 Washing- 
ton street. Object: To make loans to its members for 
the improvement of real estate. Capital stock, 
$1,000,000 divided into five thousand shares of $200 
each. 

Officers. — Thomas J. Welsh, President; William 
Wagner, Treasurer ; A. Sbarboro, Secretary. 

SAN FRANCISCO PRODUCE EXCHANGE.— Orga- 
nized September 15, 1867. Number of members two 
hundred. Meets daily at half past ten o'clock A. M., 
in rooms in Merchants Exchange, California street, 
between Montgomery and Sansome. Object: To pro- 
mote the interest and convenience of dealers in do- 
mestic produce. 

Officers. — Chas. Clayton, President ; William Dres- 
bach, Vice-President; W. H. Walker, Secretary; H. 
Dutard, Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO PRODUCE EXCHANGE CALL 
BOARD ASSOCIATION.— Organized August 3, 1882. 
Number of members, two hundred. Daily sessions, 
11:15 A. M. and 2 P. M. 

Officers. — William Dresbach, President-; F. G. 
Berry, Vice-President ; H. Dutard, Treasurer ; W. H. 
Walker, Secretary. 

SAN FRANCISCO SHIP CALKERS' ASSOCIATION. 
— Organized v-)ctober 23, 1878. Number of members 
two hundred and thirteen. Meets first Wednesday 
of every month at 44 Spear street. 

Officers. — James E. Connolly, President ; Joseph H. 
Smith, Vice-President ; A. Campbell, Secretary ; Will- 
iam Jones, Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO STOCK AND EXCHANGE 
BOARD.— Organized September 11, 1862. Meetings 
held daily at 9:30 and 11 A. M., and 2:30 P. M., at 333 

Officers.— S. B. Wakefield, President ; H. L. Van 
Wyck, Vice-President ; B. H. Coit, Chairman ; W. E. 
Norwood. Treasurer; M. P. Hall, Secretary. 

SAN FRANCISCO TYPOGRAPHICAL. UNION, NO. 
21. — Organized 1868. Nmnber of members, four hun- 
dred and fifty. Meets on the last Sunday of every 
month. 

Officers. — P. H. Desmond, President ; S. T. Sawyer, 
First Vice-President ; Charles Mansfield, Second Vice- 
President; Louis F. Compton, Recording and Corres- 
ponding Secretary ; John Rock, Financial Secretary ; 
J. P. Oiwell, Treasurer. 

SCAVENGERS' PROTECTIVE UNION.— Organized 
August 17, 1879. Meets first Saturday of each 
month at their rooms 423 Broadway. Number of 
members one hundred and fifty. 

SEAMEN'S PROTECTIVE UNION OF SAN FRAN 
CISCO.— Organized February 1, 1878. Incorporated 
May 11, 1878. Number of members, nine hundred. 
Me<'t8 every other Friday evening at 54 Sacramento 
street. 

Officers. — James Carr, President ; John Lamb, Vice- 
President ; J. D. Griffiths, Recording Secretary; James 
Carr, Treasurer. 

SHIP AND STEAMBOAT JOINERS' PROTEC- 
TIVE ASSOCIATION. — Organized February. 18H1. 
Meets first Friday of each month in Sanders' Hall, 
n New Montgomery street. 



SOCIETE CULINAIBE (FRENCH) DE SECOURS 
MUTUEL.— Organized Sept. 4, 1876. Number of 
members, fifty-eight. Meets first Monday of every 
month at 508 Bush street. 

Officers. — August Portal, President > Henry Le Clair, 
Vice-President; Henry F. Tyson, Secretary; Joseph 
Mouthon, Treasurer. 

SPORTSMAN'S CLUB OF CALIFORNIA. — Organ- 
Ized February, 1876. Incorporated August, 1876. Num- 
ber of members, one hundred. Objedts, preservation 
of fish and game, and retention of fishing preserves, 
etc. Office, 412 California street. 

Officers. — John F. Lohse, President ; John M. Adams^ 
Vice-President ; William Mitchell, Secretary. 

STONE CUTTERS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION.— 
Organized May, 1863. Meets first Wednesday of each 
month, at Irish-American Hall, 818 Howard street. 

TAILORS' PROTECTIVE UNION.— Organized Sep- 
tember 29, 1873. Number of members, one hundred. 
Meets second and fourth Mondays of each month at 
Eintracht Hall. 316 Post street. "^Objects : The better 
protection of the trade and to promote the interests 
of its members. 

UNION LOAN ASSOCIATION,- Incorporated May 
3, 1881. Capital Stock $1,000,000, in five thousand 
shares of $200 each. Meets second Tuesday in each 
month in B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. 

Objects: To raise funds in shares payable in peri- 
odical installments, and to make loans to its members 
for the purpose of aiding them in acquiring and im- 
proving real estate. 

Officers, — Isaac Upham, President ; R. F. Osborn, 
Vice-President; Mathias Meyer, Treasurer; L. L. 
Dennery, Secretary, Office, 126 Kearny street, room 5. 

UNITED WORKINGMEN'S CO-OPERATIVE BOOT 
AND SHOE MANUFACTURING CO.— Incorporated 
January 13, 1868. Number of members, twenty. one. 
Capital, $80,000. Office and depot, 513 Market street. 

Officers. — J. D.Sullivan, President ; JohnMarkham, 
Vice-President ; Walter Rosie, Secretary ; Dennis 
McCarthy, Treasurer. 

WAITERS' COSMOPOLITAN SOCIETY OF CALI- 
FORNIA.— Meets first Tuesday of each month at San 
Francisco office, 508 Bu.sh street (Cafe Lafayette) . 

Officers.— Charles Pinot, President ; A. Jourdain, 
Vice-President ; Jean L. Bordes, Treasurer ; Henry F. 
Tyson, Secretary. 



Literary, Historical, Etc. 

AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS.— Meets 318 Pine. 

Officers.- W. B. Tyler, President: Syney Smith, 
Vice-President ; W. M. Speyer, Secretary and Treas- 
urer. 

CALIFORNIA ACADEMY OF SCIENCES.— Organ- 
ized April 4, 1853. Number of members, three hun- 
dred and twenty-five. Academy Building, southwest 
corner of California and Dupont streets. 

Board of Trujitees. — George E. Gray, President ; 
Thomas P. Madden, Vice-President ; Lewis Gerstle, 
Robert W. Simpson, Charles F. Crocker, Ralph C. 
Harrison and James M. McDonald; Charles Wolcott 
Brooks, Secretary. 

Officers and CouncU. — Prof. George Davidson, 
President: H. W. Hurkness, M. D., First Vice-Presi- 
dent; H. Hermann Behr, Second Vice-President; S. B. 
Christy, Corresponding Secretary; Charles O. Yale, 
Recording Secretary; Ellsha Brooks, Treasurer; C. 
Troyer, Librarian; W. Q. W. Harford, Director of 
Museum 

Curators — Ernest F. Lorquin, Birds and Mammals; 
J.J. Rivers, Radiates, Reptiles and Crustacea; Miss 
Rosa Smith, Fishes; Arthur B. Stout, M.D.. Ethnology 
andOsti^-ology; Rev. Edward L. Greene and Mrs. Mnry 
K. Curran, M. D., Botany; Hans Herman Behr, M. D., 
Entomology ; Josiah Keep, Couchology ; John T. Ev- 
ans and Walter M. Wolfe, Mineralogy ; Melville At- 
wood. Geology and Paleontology. 

Committee on Publication— Prof. George Davidson, 
Charles Gregory Yale and H. Herman Behr, M. D. 

The retrular stated meetings of the Academy are 
held on the first and third Monday evenings of each 
month. The n gular stated meetings of the Board of 
Trustees, and meetini s of the Council, take place 
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CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. - Incorpo- 
rated July U, 1870. Number of members, fifty. An- 
nual meeting at CoUeKC of Santa Clara, on day of 
commencement. Objects: Cultivation of the history, 
antiquities, and ethnography of the west coast of 
America, and the publication of early relations and 
documents connected therewith. 

Officers.— Rev. A. Varsi, Charles H. Sawyer, Tibur- 
cio Parrott, and John T. Doyle, Trustees; Ralph C. 
Harrison, secretary. 

CALIFORNU PALETTE CLUB. — Rooms, 417 
Kearny street. 

Officers,— C. D. Robinson, President ; Oscar Kunath, 
Vice-President ; J. A. Stanton, Secretary ; J. R. Dick- 
inson. Treasurer. 

CALIFORNIA PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY AND 
COLLEGE OF PH.\RMACY.— The society was incor- 
porated December 10, 1871. The college was incorpo- 
rated August 7, 1872, and affiliated with the Univer- 
sity of California June 18, 1873. The society and 
college were consolidated January, 1878. Lectures 
given at the Hall of the College of Pharmacy, Fulton 
street, between Polk and Van Ness Avenue, for a term 
of six months. 

The main object of the institution is to unite the 
apothecaries of this State in organized efi'orts to ele- 
vate the standing of those engaged in the profession, 
by raising the qualification of its members. This is 
sought to be accomplished by giving instruction, by 
lectures and otherwise, in those branches of science 
on which depend the practice of pharmacy. Four 
chairs have been established in the College, viz.. 
Chemistry, Botany, Materia Medica and Pharmacy. 
The society meets quarterly or oftener for the discus- 
sion of topics of scientific and practical interest to 
the pharmacist. 

Officers.- W. M. Searby, President; H. Micheals, 
First Vice-President ; A. Sommer, Second Vice-Presi- 
dent ; Fred. Grazer, Corresponding and Recording 
Secretary; E. A. Schreck, Treasurer; Fred. Grozer, 
Librarian and Curator ; W. M. Searby, Editor. 

CALIFORNIA RIFLE ASSOCIATION. — Incorpor- 
ated June, 1875. Objects : To encourage rifle prac- 
tice ; to promote a system of armory drill and target 
firing among the National Guard; and to provide a 
suitable range for the use of the members of the As- 
sociation. Office, 523 Pine street. 

Officers.- Gen. W. H. Dimond, President ; Lieut. 
H. W. Sime, Vice-President ; Capt. E. G. Sprowl, Sec- 
retary ; Sergeant Nash, Lieut. Townsend, Gen. Wm. 
H. Dimond. Major A. F. Klose, Lieut. W. H. Sime, 
Lieut.-Col. P. Boland, Capt. E. G. Sprowl, Lieut. K. 
P. Hammond Jr., Capt. George Teeler, and Capt. 
Collier, Directors. 

CALIFORNIA SCHOOL OF MECHANICAL ARTS.— 
Incorporated March, 1876. Objects: To educate Cali- 
fornia boys and girls in the mechanical arts and 
trades. Has an endowment of $475,000, left by James 
Lick, which has not yet been paid over. 

Officers— Horace Davis. William Ashburner, Lor- 
enzo Sawyer, J. D. B. Stillman, and A. 8. Hallidie, 
Trustees. 

CALIFORNIA STATE DENTAL ASSOCIATION.— 
A. Warner, President ; W. F. Griswold, Vice-Presi- 
dent ; S. E. Goe, Secretary ; S. E. Knowles, Treasurer ; 
J. A. W. Lundborg, Librarian. 

CALIFORNIA STATE HORTICULTURAL SO- 
CIETY.— Organized September. 1879. Number of 
members, one hundred. Objects: To promote the 
science and practice of horticulture in all its branches. 
Secretary's office, 252 Market street. 

Officers.— E. W. Hilgard, Berkeley, President; A. T. 
Hatch, Suisun, Solano Co., Vice-President ; R. J. 
Truiiibull, San Rafael, Treasurer; E. J. Wickson, San 
Francisco, Secretary. 

CALIFORNIA STATE MINING BUREAU.— Organ- 
ized under an Act of the Legislature entitled " An Act 
to provide for the establishment and maiutenance of 
a Mining Bureau," approved April 16, 1880. The ob- 
ject.s of the Bureau, as set forth in the first section of 
the Act, are as follows: " There shall be and is hereby 
e8tabli.<ihed in this State, a Mining Bureau, the prin- 
cipal office of which shall be maintained in the City 
of San Francisco, at which place there shall be col- 
lected by the State Mineralogist, and preserved for 



study and reference, specimens of all the geological 
and mineralogical substances, including mineral 
waters, found in this State, especially those possess- 
ing economic or commercial value, which specimens 
shall be marked, arranged, classified and described, 
and a record thereof preserved, showing the character 
thereof, and the place from whence obtained. The 
State Mineralogist shall also, as he has opportunity 
and means, collect, and In like manner preserve at 
said office, minerals, rocks, and fossils of other States, 
Territories and countries, and the collections so made 
shall at all reasonable hours be open to public inspec- 
tion, examination and study." On May 15, 1880, the 
Governor appointed, in accordance with the Act, as 
State Mineralogist, Henry G. Hanks, well-known 
throughout the State as a gentleman of large prac- 
tical and scientific knowledge of mining and miner- 
alogy. The Bureau is now located at No. 212 Sutter 
street, where spacious rooms have been fitted up for 
the reception and preservation of specimens and a 
public museum, which are open daily to visitors, free, 
from ten A. M. to three P. M. The museum will be 
found very interesting and instructive to tourista as 
well as our own citizens. 

CIVIL SERVICE REFORM ASSOCIATION.— Jos. 
G. Eastland, President ; A. S. Hallidie, Horatio Steb. 
bins, D. D., E. G. Stetson, Robert Roy, John C. 
Hall, John Deane, H. S. Dickson, Wilfred Page 
and John H. Boalt, Vice-Presidents; Charles 8. 
Page, F. B. Perkins, W. B. Harrington, Charles B. j 
Allen, James S. Bunnell, Samuel B. Wiggin, Morris 
U. Bates, Charles A. Murdock, James Denman and A. 
B. Nye, Executive Committee; James S. Bunnell, 
Secretary and Treasurer ; F. I. Vassault, Assistant 
Secretary. I 

FIRE UNDERWRITERS' ASSOCIATION OF THE j 
PACIFIC— Organized February, 1876. Meets at rooms 
401 California street. Object: Mutual improvement. | 

Officers.- E. W. Carpenter, President ; Wm. Sexton, 
Vice-President; R. H. Naunton, Secretary and Treas- 
urer. 

FIRST CREMATION SOCIETY.— Organized Octo- 
ber 18, 1881. Number of members, one hundred and 
thirty. Meets on the second Monday of each month, 
at 539 California street. The Society has ample funds, 
and only awaits favorable legislation for the building 
of a crematory. 

Officers. — F. Schunemann-Pott, President ; Leopold 
Diamant, Vice-President ; Max Levy, Recording Sec- 
retary ; Geo. E. Voelkel, Corresponding Secretary; 
E. A. Denicke, Treasurer. Office of the Society, 331 
Kearny street. 

GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF THE PACIFIC— 
Office, 411 Post street. Objects: To encourage Geo- 
graphical exploration and discovery ; to investigate 
and disseminate Geographical information by discus- 
sion, lectures and publications ; to establish in this, 
the chief city of the Pacific States, for the benefit of 
commerce, navigation and the industrial and material 
interests of the Pacific Slope, a place where the means 
will be afforded of obtaining accurate information, 
not only of the countries bordering on the Pacific 
Ocean, but of every part of the habitable globe : to 
accumulate a library of the best books on Geography, 
History and Statistics ; to make a collection of the 
most recent Maps and Charts— especially those which 
relate to the Pacific Coast, the Islands of the Pacific, 
and the Pacific Ocean ; and to enter into correspon- 
dence with scientific and learned societies whose ob- 
jects include or sympathize with Geography. 

Officers. — George Davidson, President ; Ogden Hoff. 
man, John F. Swift and T. E. Slevin, Vice-Presi- 
dents; F. Lambertenghi, Foreign Secretary; T. A. 
Lord, Home Corresponding Secretary; J. P. Cox, 
Treasurer ; C Mitchell Grant, Secretary. 

Meets first and third Tuesdays of each month, at 
Druids' Hall. 

GOLDEN GATE RIFLE CLUB.— Organized Jan- 
nary 18, 1882. Meet on the first Friday of every month 
at the Louvre. Objects: To skill the members thereof 
in the use of the rifle, and to cultivate and strengthen 
the bonds of friendship among them. 

Officers.— J. A. Bauer. President; John A. Schmidt, 
Vice-President; Wm. Ehrenpfort. Treasurer; Orion 
Brooks, Secretary; W. H. Schneider, James Stanton, 
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HASTINGS' DEBATING SOCIETY.— Organized 
September 1,1878. Number of members, about sev- 
enty. Meets in Pioneer Hall, 808 Montgomery street, 
every Thursday evening. 

Officers.— W. Conley, President ; J. Pemberton, 

Vice-President; J. O'Donnell, Secretary; Du- 

montier. Treasurer. 

INVENTORS' INSTITUTE OF CALIFORNIA AND 
ORDER OF INVENTORS.— Incorporated 1885. Rooms, 
105 Stockton street. The objects of the Institute and 
Order are to unite all inventors in a mutual bond for 
the simplifying oi the patent laws, the providing of 
increased facilities for the obtaining of patents, and 
the maintenance of exhibition rooms for the disposal 
of patented inventions. 

Ofl&cers. —Thomas Tennent. President; Holland 
Smith, Treasurer; J. H. Sayre, Secretary; A. B. 
Smith, Manager. 

JERSEY CATTLE CLUB.— Pacific Coast Jersey 
Cattle Club meets at No. 5, Stock Exchange, Pine 
street. Number of members, eighty. 

Officers.— John W. Coleman, President; Robert 
Beck, Secretary and Treasurer ; James M. McShafter, 
A. Milliard, R. G. Sneath, John W. Coleman, Robert 
Beck, Executive Committee. 

LADIES' SILK CULTURE SOCIETY.— Incorporated 
1885, and has for its object the promotion of silk 
culture in the State of California. Meetings are held 
on the first Tuesday of each month. Office of the 
Corresponding Secretary, 1001 Pine street. 

Officers.— Mrs. Theodore H. Hittell, President ; 
Mrs. Leonidas E. Pratt, Recording Secretary ; Mrs. 
Samuel D. Mayer, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. 
Lewis Hentrich, Treasurer. 

LIGUE NATIONALE FRANCAISE.— Organized Au- 
gust*, 1871. Meets third Monday of each month, at 
120 Sutter street. Objects: To promote friendship, 
harmony, and intelligence among the French resi- 
dents of California, and enable them to co-operate in 
enterprises of general importance. 

Officers.— Daniel Levy, President; E. Raas, First 
Vice-President; H. Weill, Second Vice-President ; E. 
Meyer, Treasurer ; A. Goustiaux and L. Saclier, Secre- 
taries ; A. Masaon, Librarian and Secretary. 

The library belonging to the society contains about 
twelve thousand volumes, partly voluntary donations. 
Any person may have access to the readi ng room, being 
acceptable to the Board of Trustees and paying an 
initiatory fee of one dollar, and fifty cents monthly, 
due in advance. Open every day from twelve to six 
o'clock P.M., and from half-past seven to ten o'clock 
P. M., except Sundays and legal holidays. 

MARINERS' FREE READING ROOM.— Northeast 
comer of Sacramento and Drumm streets. Estab- 
lished March 21, 1876, for the purpose of aflfording 
mariners visiting this port, and others, opportunity of 
reading the local, Eastern, and foreign newspapers, 
and periodicals, free of charge. The library contains 
eight hundred volumes. 

Officers. — Henry Chester, President; Charles Ferris, 
Treasurer; W. D. Bishop, Secretary and Librarian. 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.— Organized March 29, 
1855. Location, 31 Post street. 

The objects of this institute are the establishment 
of a library, reading room, collection of a cabinet, 
scientific apparatus, works of art, and other literary 
and scientific purposes. The society has a Reading 
Room well supplied with the leading scientific and 
literary periodicals of the day .and a valuable library 
containing thirty-three thousand volumes, including 
many rare scientific works. Any person may become 
a member, being acceptable to the Board of Trustees, 
by paying an initiation fee of one dollar, and one del- 
lar and fifty cents quarterly dues in advance. The 
Institute also owns the magnificent " Mechanics' Pa- 
vilion," located on the southwest corner of Grove 
and Larkin streets, in which, under the auspices of 
the Institute, the Annual Industrial Expositions are 
held. 

Officer.-!. — p. B. Cornwall, President; David Kerr, 
Vice-President; J. A. Bauer, Treasurer ; W. P, Stout, 
Recording Secretary ; S. J. Hendy, Corresponding Sec- 
retary : J. H. Culver. Assistant Secretary ; Horace Wil- 
son, Librarian ; Arthur Jellison and Robert Cash, 
i Assistant Librarians. 



MERCANTILE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.— Organ- 
ized January 24, 1853. New Mercantile Library Build- 
ing, north side of Bush street, between Sansome and 
Montgomery. 

The rooms of the association are commodious and 
well arranged. The library contains about fifty-two 
thousand volumes, and the reading rooms are amply 
supplied with papers and magazines from the Eastern 
States and Europe. The terms of membership are 
three dollars per quarter in advance. 

Officers.— David Wilder, President ; M. H. Hecht, 
Vice-President; Ed. B. Young, Recording Secretary; 
Bert. McNulty, Corresponding Secretary ; Henry 
Molineux, Treasurer ; A. E. Whitaker, Librarian ; L. 
B. Wetherbee, Assistant Librarian : Edward J. Bailey, 
Collector. 

MILITARY LIBRARY. -Incorporated January 3, 
1873, for the purpose of acquiring, preserving and con- 
ducting a public library, to consist chiefly of books, 
magazines and newspapers of a military character. 
There are twelve hundred and twenty-three volumes 
and two hundred maps. 

Officers.— W. H. Dimond, President ; W. R. Smed. 
berg. Treasurer ; David Wilder, Secretary and Libra- 
rian ; W. H. Dimond, W. R. Smedberg, Robert Tobin, 
G. W. Granniss, A. S. Hubbard, H. D. Ranlett, J. C. 
Robinson. H. P. Bush, Hans H. Kohler, Trustees. 
Office 328 Montgomery street, room 21 

NATIONAL LINCOLN ASSOCIATION— CALIFOR- 
NIA DIVISION.— The purpose for which this asso- 
ciation was formed is to perpetuate the memory of 
the martyr President, Abraham Lincoln, by annual 
celebrations of his birthday, to hold memorial ser- 
vices on the anniversaries of his death, and do such 
other acts as-may be deemed expedient to preserve 
and cherish his memory and the principals of loyalty 
to country and freedom, for which he died, and also 
to cultivate social intercourse amongst its members. 
An annual meeting and service is held each year on 
February 12th, and memorial services on April 15th 

Directors.- Washington Ayer, Columbus Water- 
house, Edwin A. Sherman, J. M. Bufflngton, J. L. 
Cogswell, Reginald H. Webster, Charles H. Wells. 

NATIVE SONS OF THE GOLDEN WE|T.— Or- 
ganized July 11, 1875. This Society is composed en- 
tirely of young men native to the State, and has 
for its object, aside from its social and beneficent 
character, the preservation of the traditions insepar- 
ably bound up in the pioneer history of the State. 
There are sixty parlors in the State. 

A Grand Parlor was instituted in December, 1878, 
which will hereafter meet annually in April. 

Officers. — John A. Steinbach, Past Grand Presi- 
dent ; F. H. Greely, Grand President; Charles W. 
Decker, Grand Vice-President; J. H. Tibbits, Grand 
Treasurer ; Henry Lunstedt, Grand Secretary ; J. 
Whitby, Grand Lecturer; Charles L. Weller, Grand 
Orator; J. W. JuUiard, Grand Marshal. 

Two subordinate Parlors have been organized in 
San Francisco, viz : 

Califobnia Parlob No. 1. — Meets every Thursday 
evening in Red Men's Hall, 320 Post street. Number 
of members, two hundred. 

Pacific Pabloe No. 10. — Meets every Tuesday eve- 
ning in Alcazar Building, 114 O'Farrell street. Num. 
ber of members, one hundred and twenty-five. 

Golden Gate Parlob, No. 27. — Meets every Mon- 
day in Alcazar Building, 114 O'Farrell street. Number 
of members, 130. 

Mission Paelob, No. 38.— Meets every Wednesday 
on Sixteenth street. Number of members, 170. 

San Feancisco Parlor, No. 49. — Meets every Thurs- 
day at Universal Hall, 812 Pacific street. Number of 
members, 125. 

El Dorado Pabloe, No. 52. — Meets every Thursday 
at Hamilton Hall, corner of Geary and Steiner streets. 
Number of members, 60. 

PATRIOTIC ORDER SONS OF AMERICA.— This 
Order was first organized in Philadelphia in 1847. In 
1866 the Order was reorganized and placed upon a 
more substantial basis, and its membership now seek 
to locate a camp in every town in the United States. 
It has for its objects the inculcation of pure Ameri- 
can principles ; the opposition to foreign interference 
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the cnltlvatiou of a fraternal and brotherly love ; the 
preeervatiou of thu Constitution of the United States, 
and the propagation of free education. 

State OfflcerB.— Robert Ash, Past President; 

—— — .State President; A. H. Leiidnini, San .lose, 
8tate Vice-President; C. H. Haile. State M. of F. and 
0. : A. C. Keid, State Treasurer; Frank W. Oatuiau. 
State Secntary. Office, 5-43 Clay street. 

There is a sick benefit fund for members, male and 
female, which pays $10, *15 and J20 per week. 

State Camp.— Was instituted December 15, 1880. 

Number of Camps in the State ten. 

Six Camps of lihe Order have been established in 
this city, viz. : 

Washington Camp, No. 1 .—Instituted October 7, 
1877. Meets every Tuesday evening at Washington 
Hall, 35 Eddy street. 

Washington Camv, No. 2.— Instituted April 11, 1878. 
Meets every Monday at Washington Hall, 35 Eddy 
street. 

Washington Camp, No. 4.— Instituted May 30, 1879. 
Meets every Wednesday at Grand Pacific Hall, Market 
street. 

Washington Coip. No. 7.— Instituted December 18, 
1879. Meets every Tuesday evening at 35 Eddy 
street. 

Washington Camp, No. 12.— Meets every Monday 
evening in Blair's Hall. Mission street. 

Washington Camp, No. 14. — Meets every Saturday 
evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

PEOPLE'S FREE LIBB.VRY, THE.— Organized 1879. 
Location north side of Bush street, between Kearny 
and Dupont streets. 

This institution was provided for in the Act passed 
by the Legislature of 1877-8, authorizing the creation 
Slid maintenance of free libraries, and empowering 
the Supervisors to levy a tax of not exceeding one 
mill on the dollar for their support. _ The library 
was formally opened June 7, 1879,' with about 
6,162 volumes, (magazines and periodicals not in- 
cluded), together with a newspaper department. 
At this time there are 57,000 volumes in the 
Library, and new books are being added at the 
rate of about 1.000 per month. Between 25,000 and 
28.U00 are circulated each month. Number of mem- 
bers (persons entitled to use books at home), 14,000. 
The library is open for reading from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. 

Board of Trustees.— Thos. B. Bishop, John S. Ha- 
ger, J. M. McDonald, George H. Rogers, E. D.' Sawyer, 
Irving M. Scott, Louis Sloss, Chas. C. Terrill, Kobt. 
J. Tobin, John H. Wise and the Mayor, ex-oflBcio ; 
Secretary, Henry Marshall ; Librarian, Fred. B. 
Perkins. 

PHILHISTORIAN DEBATING SOCIETY.— Ojgan- 
Ized October, 1863. Meets every Wednesday afternoon 
at St. Ignatius' College. It is composed of the high- 
est classes of the College, the graduates and under- 
graduates ; but it receives also a,? members, other 
educated young men who are not students of this Col- 
lege, provided they ixissess the required qualifica- 
tions. Their debating iiall contains a choice library, 
for the use of the members. 

OflBcers. — J. J. Cunningham, S. J., President; John 
S. Tobin, Vice-President; Andrew Carrigan, Record- 
ing Secretary ; John Costigan, Treasurer ; John Roche, 
Librarian ; Oscar Rouleau, Censor. 

SAN FRANCISCO ART ASSOCIATION.— Organized 
March 28, 1871 . Objects: The promotion of painting, 
sculpture, and fine arts akin thereto, the diffusion of 
a cultivated taste for art in the community at large, 
and the establishment of an academy or school of de- 
sign. Membership in this society, which has now 
about six hundred contributing, one hundred and 
fifty life, and nine honorary members, is open to 
all lovers of art. Regular membf-rs' meetings held 
on the fourth Tuesday of March, June, Septem- 
ber, and December, in the rooms of the society, 430 
Pine street. Annual election of officers last Tuesday 
in March of each year. 

Officers. — Geo. C. Perkins, President; F. Marion 
Wells and F. O. Layman, Vice-Presidents; R. P. Ashe, 
Secretary: J. R. Martin, Assistant Secretary; George 
W. Granniss, Treasurer; Geo. H. Hopps, Jas. D. 
Phelan and J. H. Boalt, Board of Directors. 

The School of Design connected with the associa- 



tion was organized December 31,1873. The school 
has ninety pupils. Its affairs are managed by a 
committee of members of the Art .-Vstfociatiou. Virgil 
Williams, Director of School; W.E.Rollins, Assistant 
Director. 

SAN FRANCISCO BAR ASSOCIATION. —Organ- 
ized April 20, 1872. Number of members, about 
two hundred. Objects: To maintain the honor and 
dignity of the profession of the law , to increase its 
usefulness in promoting the due administration of 
justice, and to cultivate social intercourse among its 
members. Rooms, 121 Post street. Number of mem- 
bers — active, one hundred and six ; non-resident, flty- 
three ; judiciary, twentv-one. 

Officers.- W. W. Cope. President; T. T. Stoney 
and E. B. Mastick, Vice-Presidents; Thomas V. 
O'Brien, Secretary; W. Thomas, Corresponding 
Secretary; John M. Burnett, Treasurer. 

SAN FR.A.NCISCO LAW LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 
— Organized 1865. Library contains about twenty- 
six thousand volumes. Rooms, New City Hall. 

Officers— J. P. Hoge, President; Joseph W.Winans, 
Treasurer ; F. P. Deering, Secretary and Librarian. 

SAN FRANCISCO MICROSCOPICAL SOCIETY.— 
Organized April 5, 1872. Incorporated August 
30,1872. Number of active members, thirty. Meets 
second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at 120 
Sutter street, room 21. Object: The study of micro- 
Bcopical science on the Pacific coast. 

Officers.— S. M. Mouser, President ; E. J. Wickson, 
Vice-President ; A. H. Breckenfeld, Recording Secre- 
tary ; Charles W. Banks, Corresponding Secretary; 
Arthur M. Hickox, Treasurer. 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS.— Organ- 
ized August, 1850. Rooms, 808 Montgomery street. 

The expressed objects of the society are to collect 
and preserve information connected with the early 
settlement and subseqiient conquest of the country, 
and to perpetuate the memory of those whose saga- 
city, energy and enterprise induced them to settle in 
the wilderness and become the founders of a new 
State. All who were in California prior to the 
first day of January, 1850. are eligible to membership. 
Any who have rendered distinguished or important 
services to the society or State, may be admitted as 
honorary members. "The roll of the society embraces 
the names of over twenty-three hxmdred members. 
Regular meetings of the society take place on the first 
Monday of each month. Annual election of officers 
on the' seventh day of July, the anniversary of the 
conquest of California, and of the raising of the 
American flag on its soil. Annual celebration on the 
ninth of September, the anniversary of the admission 
of California into the Union. The Society is pos- 
sessed of a library, an excellent cabinet of minerals, 
relics of early times, and various other objects of 
interest. 

During the present year the Society expect to 
occupy their magnificent new building now in course 
of erection on Fourth, between Market and Mission 
streets. It is being built out of the munificent be- 
quest to the Society made by the late James Lick. 

'Officers.— Louis Sloss, President ; John A. Bauer, 
San Francisco ; Charles Clayton, San Francisco ; 
Walter Van Dyke, Oakland ; P. O. Hundley, Oroville, 
andH. M. Nagle, San Jose, Vice-Presidents; Howard 
Havens, Treasurer ; H. T. Graves, Secretary; E. B. 
Freeland. Marshal. 

STATE BOARD OF HORTICULTURE.— Office. 40 
California street, room 9. 

Officers. — ^B. Elwood Cooper, Santa Barbara, Presi- 
dent ; A. H. Webb, Secretary ; M. G. Vallejo, Sonoma, 
Treasurer and Commissioner for Sonoma District ; 
Dr. S. F. Chapin, San Jose, Inspector of Fruit Pests ; 
H. C. Wilson, Red Bluff, Commissioner for Sacra- 
mento District ; G. N. Milco, Stockton, Commissioner 
for San Joaquin District ; N. R. Peck, Gold Run. Com- 
missioner for Nevada District; A. F. Coronel, Los 
Angeles, and Edwin Kimball, Haywards, Commia- 
sioners State at Large. 

STATE BOARD OF SILK CULTURE.— Established 
by Act of the Legislature, March 15, 1883. Office, 40 
California street, room 7. Meets on the last Thursday 
of each month, at 2 o'clock P. M. 



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STATE BOARD OF VITICULTURE.— Isaac De 
Turk, Sauta Rosa; L. J. Rose, San Gabriel; George 
West. Stockton; George L. Blanchard, Placerville ; 
Charles A. Wetmore, San Francisco ; Arpad Haraszthy, 
San Francisco ; Chas. Krug, St. Helena; J. De Barth 
Bhorb, San Gabriel, and R. P. Blowers, Woodland. 
OflSce, 204 Montgomery street, room 9. 

Officers. — Arpad Haraszthy, President ; Chas. A. 
Wetmore, Vice-President ; John H. Wheeler, Secre- 
tary ; Chas. Krug, Treasurer. 

STATE MEDICAL SOCIETT.— Officers.— R. Beverly 
Cole, San Francisco, President ; W. S. Thorne, San 
Jose, First Vice-President; W. T. Gibbons, Alameda, 
Second Vice-President ; A. H. Agard, Oakland, Third 
Vice-President ; H. J. Crumpton, Lakeport, Fourth 
Vice-President ; D. Powell, Marysville, First Assist- 
ant Secretary ; L. M. F. Wanzer, San Francisco, Sec- 
ond Assistant Secretary ; T. W. Hatch, Sacramento, 
Treasurer. 

SOCIETY OF DECORATIVE ART. — Organized 
March, 1881. Meets first Friday in every month at 
300 Stockton st. The objects of this society are the 
establishment of rooms for the exhibition and sale 
of woman's work ; the diffusion of a knowledge of de- 
corative art among women and their training in arti- 
sts' industries. To maintain a library of hand-books 
on subjects of Decorative Art and Design, for the use 
of members and pupils. 

Officers.- Mrs. L. L. Baker, President; Mrs. C. 
Cuehing and Mrs. Gerstle Vice-Presidents; Mrs. M. 
Castle, Treasurer ; Mrs. McNutt, Recording Secretary ; 
Mrs. M. E. M. Dixon, Corresponding Secretary ; Miss 
A. W. Barry, Superintendent. 

SWEDENBORG LIBRARY AND TRACT SOCIE- 
TY. — Incorporated April, 1881. Meets the second 
Wednesday of each month in the Library of the First 
New Jerusalem Church, 318 O'Farreli street. Ob- 
jects : To maintain a library and reading room of the 
■works of Emaniiel Swedenborg, and to disseminate 
books and tracts in harmony therewith. 

Officers.— R. R. Provines, President ; A. W. Man- 
ning, Vice-President; Benjamin Shellard, Treasurer ; 
John Doughty, Secretary; Dr. H. B. Wright, Benja^ 
min Shellard, Eric Ekelund, A. W. Manning, John 
McCraith, George H. Sanders, E. R. Armington, John 
Doughty and R. R. Provines, Directors. 

TECHNICAL SOCIETY OF THE PACIFIC COAST. 
— Organized April, 1884. Meets in the Society's 
rooms, Druid's Hall, 413 Sutter street, first Friday of 
each month. The rooms are open to members every 
Friday evening. Number of members, one hundred 
and nineteen. Objects : The advancement of the 
technical professions by means of the reading of 
papers and discussion of questions pertaining there- 
to, and the establishment of a central point of 
reference. 

Secretary's address, 414 Clay street. 

Officers.— Col. George H. Mendell, TJ. S. A., Presi- 
dent ; George I. Specht, Vice-President ; Charles G. 
Yale, Secretary ; John B. Crockett, Treasurer. 

TERRITORIAL PIONEERS OF CALIFORNIA.— In- 
corporated November 10, 1874. Rooms, 83S Market 
street. The objects of this association are to form 
a more perfect union of the Pioneers of California in 
the bonds of friendship, and to cultivate social inter- 
course between them ; to collect and preserve histor- 
ical facts and information in connection with the early 
and subsequent history of the settlement of the Pa- 
cific Coast ; to form a library for the diffusion of use- 
ful knowledge among its members ; to form a cabinet 
of such minerals, geological, and other natural sub- 
stances as can be obtained by the association ; to pur- 
sue such literary and scientific objects, by means of 
lectures or otherwise, as shall be deemed expedient 
by the Board of Directors, and t.i perpetuate the mem- 
ory of those whose wisdom, valor, and enterprise ad- 
vanced civilization to the shores of the Pacific. All 
white males who were in California prior to the ninth 
day of September, 1850, and the male descendants of 
all such, of lawful age, are eligible to membership. 

The library now contains upward of twenty-five 
hundred volumes, and the cabinet for mineraloglcal, 
geological, and other specimens of California produc- 
tion, is in a very flourishing condition. Board meets 
second Tuesday of each month. 

Officers. — Robert Dinsmore, President ; Domingo 



Marcucci and J. W. Wesson, Vice-Presidents ; Low- 
ell J. Hardy, Jr., Secretary; John W. McCormick, 
Treasurer; W. W. Williston, Marshal. 

UNITED BAR OF SAN FRANCISCO.— Organized 
March 8, 1879. Number of members, one hundred 
and fifty. 

Officers.— A. C. Bradford, President; J. G. Maguire, 
First Vice-President ; M. Cooney, Second Vice-Presi- 
dent ; A. C. Searles, Secretary and Treasurer. Ad- 
dress, 623 Montgomery street. 



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ASSOCIATED VETERANS OP THE MEXICAN 
WAR.— Organized July 2, 1866. Number of members, 
ninety-five. Meet second Thursday of each month, at 
the hall, 516 Brj'ant street. 

Officers. — 'V?. L. Duncan, President ; Samuel Deal, 
Vice-President ; L. B. Hopkins, Secretary ; M. Burk- 
hardt, Treasurer. 

ARIEL ROWING CLUB.— Officers.- Charles Llpp, 
President ; A. Rabjohn, Vice-President ; William H. 
Growney, Secretary; John Muirhead, Treasurer; 
Walter Blake, Captain. 

BOHEMIAN CLUB. — Incorporated April 9, 1872. 
— Number of members, five hundred. Business 
meetings held second Tuesday in January, April, 
July, and October. Literary and musical meetings 
last Saturday evening of each month, at the rooms, 
430 Pine street. Objects : The promotion of social 
and intellectual intercourse between journalists and 
other writers, artists, actors, and musicians, profes- 
sional and amateur. 

Officers. — Stuart M. Taylor, President; Joseph D. 
Redding, Vice-President ; Samuel Osbourne, Treas- 
urer ; Horace G. Piatt, Secretary ; Joseph N. H. Irwin, 
George W. Spencer, Henry C. Dibble, Peter Robert- 
son and Andrew J. Moulder, Directors. 

CALEDONIAN CLUB.— Organized November 24, 
1866. Number of members. Six hundred and fifty. 
Meets the first and third Fridays of each month, at 
Fidelity Hall, 218 Post street. Objects : Encourage- 
ment and practice of the games, and preservation of 
the customs and manners of Scotland, and a promo- 
tion of a taste for her literature, music, etc. 

Officers.— D. A. Macdonald, Chief; John Elder, 
First Chieftain ; John M. Duncan, Second Chieftain ; 
David Kerr, Third Chieftain ; David Ross, Fourth 
Chieft-jin; D. Maclean, M. D., Physician: W. G. 
Buchanan, R. Gratto and J. J. McCormack, Trustees. 

CALIFORNIA SCHUETZEN CLUB.— Organized Jan- 
uary, 1876. Meets at Eintracht Hall, 816 Post, last 
Tuesday of each month. Number of members, one 
hundred and forty. 

Officers. — Philo Jacoby, President ; John Utschig, 
Vice-President ; A. W. Hatje, Secretary ; J. H. Shulte, 
Treasurer. 

CERCLE FRANCAIS.— Organized 1884. Number of 
members, 1.50. Club rooms northwest corner of Stock- 
ton and O'Farreli streets. 

Officers. — Eugene Dubedat, President; Edmond 
Godchaux, Secretary ; Eugene Thomas, Treasurer. 

CALIFORNIA WOMAN'S SOCIAL SCIENCE AS- 
SOCI.ATION.— Organized August 7, 1880. Number of 
members, three hundred and seventy-seven. The 
object of the Association is to promote the social, 
mental and industrial education of women and girls, 
and to found a Woman's College of Industry. An 
annual meeting is held on the first Wednesday and 
Thursday of September, at 1921 Sacramento street. 

Officers. — Mrs. J. W. Stow, President ; S. Gertie 
Smyth, Vice-President. 

, CONCORDIA CLUB.— Organized November, 1864. 
Number of members, 180. Meetings held first Tues- 
day of each month at 102 O'Farreli street. 

Officers. — H. Wangeuheim, President; M. G. Frank, 
Vice-President; J. Thalhimer, Recording Secretary; 
Louis Saroni, Financial Secretary ; Henry Meyer, 
Treasurer. 

DANISH SOCIETY (Norden) .-Organized July, 1873. 
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second Tuesday of each month at 155 New Montgoin- 
«ry street. Object: Toencourage social and dramatic 
«atertainuient. 

DEUTSCHER VEREIN. — Organized October 2, 
1876. Objecta: Social recreation and cultivation of 
music, singing, and German literature among its 
members. Meets second Monday of each month, at 
Club R<ioniB, 216 Dui)ont street. 

Officers.— Prof. A. Herbst, President; Cesar Ber- 
theau, Vice-President; Walter H. Cramer, Recording 
Secretary; J. F. Ulrlchs, Financial Secretary; J. G. 
Oldelehr, Treasurer ; Ferdinand Eekert. Librarian. 

DIRIGO CLUB.— Organized June 27, 1884. Incor- 
porated December 9, 1884. Rooms, 112 Dupont street. 
The object of the Association is the maintenance and 
support of Republican principles, and promotion of 
social intercourse among its members. Number of 
members, one hundred and fifty. 

OfHcers.— W. H. Chamberlain, President; E. P. 
Danforth, Vice-President; George B. Knowles Jr., 
Secretary; C. K. Bonestell, Financial Secretary; W. 
H. Crocker, Treasurer. 

DOLPHIN SWIMMING AND BOATING CLUB.— Or- 
ganized July. 1877. Number of members, forty. 
Boat house, foot of Montgomery Avenue. 

Officers. — Geo. W. Van Gulpen, President; A. P. 
Rothkopf, Vice-President ; L. Fenstermacher, Record- 
ing Secretary ; Wm. Bonneman, Financial Secretary ; 
Wm. Proll, Treasurer; Geo. Prosek, Captain. 

EUREKA TURN VEREIN.— Organized October 2G, 
1863. Number of members, one hundred and fifty. 
Regular meetings, first Wednesday of each month. 
Hall, 70(> Powell street, between California and Pine. 

Officers.— August Wessell, Pi-esident ; Wm. Stapel- 
feld, Vice-President; Wm. Dolling, Recording Secre- 
tary; A. Asmann, Corresponding Secretary ; C. Locan, 
Treasurer; William G. Koch, First Leader; Aug. 
Golly, Second Leader ; F. Schoettler, Librarian. 

EXCELSIOR CLUB.— D. J. Gordon, President ; D. 
R. Conniflf, Vice-President ; Wm. McCreery, Recording 
Secretary ; C. Tickner, Financial Secretary. 

Rooms 806 Howard. 

GARFIELD CLUB.— Organized in 1880. Meets first 
and third Monday of each month In B'nai B'rith 
Hall, 121 Eddy street. Secretary's office, 332 Bush 
street. 

Officers.— Eli Hutchinson, President; C. Z. Soule, 
Secretary. 

GEORGE T. TRIMBLE ASSOCIATION OF THE 
PACIFIC COAST.— Organized January 13. 1875. 
Number of members, fifty. This Society is composed 
exclusively of members of the New York Public 
School No. 7, between the years 1826 and 1846. Annual 
meeting and banquet in March or April, the date 
being set in conformitv with the same celebration in 
New York City. 

Officers. — H. A. Crane. President ; W. H. Bovee and 
H. N. Morse, Vice-Presidents ; H. F. Stivers, 
Secretary ; W. F. Buswell, Treasurer. 

GERMANIA CLUB.— Organized December 12, 1873. 
Number of members, about ninety. Meets every Tues- 
day evening, at 71 New Montgomery street, room 3. 

Officers. — C. G. Junck, President ; C. Mangels, Vice- 
President ; H. Kircbman, Recording Secretary; H. 
Rohde, Financial Secretary ; M. Gastman, Treasurer. 

GOLDEN GATE YACHT CLUB.— Organized Feb- 
ruary 28, 1876. Number of members, fifteen. Meets 
every Monday evening, at northwest corner of Fifth 
and Stevenson streets. 

Officers.— George K. Coates, President; Joseph T. 
Donovan, Vice-President; C. W. Hubner, Secretary ; 
John E. Broderick, Treasurer; H. J. Gallagher. Com- 
mander ; James E. Cole, Vice-Commander ; George E. 
Hoar, Commissary. 

HANDEL AND H.\YDN SOCIETY.— Organized July. 
1866. Incorporated February 1, 1873. Number of 
members, one hundred. Meets every Thursday even- 
ing at Druids Hall, cor Fifth and Jessie streets. 

Officers.- Leonard S. Clark, President ; J. P. McCur- 
rie. First Vice-President; Miss Julia A. Cameron, 
Second Vice-President; William Doxey, Recording 
Secretary ; D. W. Dundas, Financial Secretary ; Martin 



Burnett, Treasurer; J. N. Whltelaw, Librarian; A. C. 
Eimer, Conductor. 

HARVARD CLUB OF SAN FRANCISCO.— Organ- 
ized 1874. It is composed of the Pacific Coast Alumni 
of Harvard University, and now numbers about sixty 
members. Meetings are held quarterly at some hotel. 
Objects: Good fellowship and the interests of Harvard 
University. 

Officers.— John W. Taylor President; B. C. Whit- 
man and G. W. Minus, Vice-Presidents; Frank J. 
Symmes, Secretary, office, 122 Sutter; Pelham W. 
Ames, Treasvirer. 

HOWARD CLUB.— Organized July 21, 1881. Num- 
ber of members, fifty. Meets every Monday evening 
at 701 Howard street. 

Officers.— A. F. P. Keen, President; J. Burnett, 
Vice-President; R. Dougherty, Secretary; B. Hamp- 
ton, Treasurer. 

LORING CLUB.— This, the leading society club of 
the city, has an active membership of sixty, and two 
hundred associate members. Meetings are held every 
Monday evening in their rooms, Druid's Hall, 413 
Sutter street. Aside from the usual social recreations 
and festivities which it fosters, tlie Club gives peri- 
odical musical entertainments, the recurrence of 
which are marked events in our social seasons. 

Officers.- F. F. Low, President; William Alvord, 
Vice-President; W. C. Stadtfeld, Secretary; W. A. 
Murison, Treasurer ; David W. Loring, Director. 

MERION CRICKET CLUB.— Organized November, 
1878. Objects: Practice and elevation of all amateur 
athletic sports, and of the game of cricket in particu- 
lar. Matches every Saturday afternoon during cricket 
season (May to November) . Field day of athletic 
sports held yearly, or semi-yearly. Annual meeting 
in March. 

Oiticers.— W. Greer Harrison, President ; C. Creigh- 
ton, Vice-President ; Ben. Benjamin, Captain ; J. J. 
Theobald, Vice-Captain; C. B. Hill, Secretary and 
Treasurer. 

NEPTUNE SWIMMING AND BOATING CLUB.— 
Organized February 21 1877. Number of members, 
thirty-seven. Boat house foot of Leavenworth street, 
North Beach. Boats, three four-oar barges. Colors, 
blue and white. 

ODD FELLOWS' LITERARY AND SOCIAL CLUB. 
— Organized January 1, 1881. Meet on the second and 
fourth Saturday evenings of each month in Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall, 325 Montgomery street. Objects: The im- 
provement of its members in the work of the order, 
and for social and literarv purposes. 

Officers.— C. T. Bidwell, President ; J. N.E. Wilson, 
Vice-President ; George R. Fletcher, Secretary ; F. M. 
Hamilton, Treasurer. 

OLYMPIC CLUB.— This club, the leading athletic 
club west of the Mississippi, and ranking equally 
with any in the land, has attained its present posi- 
tion in our social community after passing through 
the trials of many early discouragements, much in- 
ternecine warfare, and last but not least, the loss of 
their entire furnishings in the fire of June 20, 1883. 
The scars of these trials are now. however, only 
ornaments of the club's history. From the date of 
the fire up to March of the present year the club 
occupied cramped quarters in the Phelan Building. 
They now occupy the magnificent quarters built 
especially for their accommodation in the new Alca- 
zar Building, on O'Farrell street, between Stockton 
and Powell. Their rooms occupy the two upper 
stories of the building, and are equipped with all the 
most approved gymnastic appurtenances, and furn- 
ished with every convenience which the necessities 
of the club might desire under any circumstances. 
The membership at present is about seven hundred. 

Officers.— Mr. J. Flavin, President: W. Leviston, 
Vice-President ; H. B. Russ, Treasurer ; J. B. Leigh- 
ton, Secretary ; J. -A. Hammersmith, Leader; M. H. 
AVeed. J. H. Jennings, A. B. Spreckels, G. R. Rosseter, 
J.M. Donohue, Dr. W. T. Garwood, Board of Di- 
rectors. 

OUR ORCHESTRA ASSOCIATION.— Incorporated 
February 4, 1885. Number of members, fifty. Meets 
t-very Monday evening at 310 O'Farrell street. 

Officers.— H. Payot, President; S. Dinkelspiel, Sec- 
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PHILOMATHIC CLUB.— Organized November 1, 
1881. Object: Literary, especially debate. Meets 
every Monday evening in B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy 
street. Free to the public. 

Officers. — Thomas P. Andrews, President ; A. Hatha- 
way, Secretary ; Leo Weil, Treasurer. 

PACIFIC CLUB.— Number of members 240. Kooms. 
containing library and reading rooms, supplied with 
all the domestic and foreign newspapers and periodi- 
cals. Northeast corner Post and Dupont streets. 
Officers. — J. P. Hoge, President; K. J. Wilson, Vice- 
President ; Wm. Mayo Newhall, Secretary; John Mc- 
Kee, Treasurer. 

PACIFIC COAST ASSOCIATION SONS OF VER- 
MONT. — Organized January 6, 1879. Number of 
members about three hundred. Meet second Friday 
of each month in Sanders' Hall, 71 New Montgomery 
street. Anniversary festival, January 17. Objects: 
Social and beneficial. 

Officers.— George C. Hoadley, President ; A. C. Tay- 
lor, Vice-President ; Charles H. Blinn, Secretary ; E. 
P. Monroe, Treasurer. 

PACIFIC YACHT CLUB.— Organized June 28, 1878. 
Number of members, one hundred and ninety-five. 
Meets quarterly, first Wednesday in March, June, 
September and December, at the Palace Hotel. Head- 
quaxters, Club-house, Old Saucelito. 

Officers. — Philip Caduc, Commodore ; J. Mervyn 
Donahue, Vice-Commodore ; W. R. Melville, Secre- 
tary; J. 0. Kelly, Measurer. 

PLACER COUNTY ASSOCIATION. — Organized 
1877. Number of members, about four hundred. 
Annual reunion held in June. 

Officers. — William Hollis, President ; J. H. Gates, 
Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO BICYCLE CLUB. — Organized 
December 13, 1878. Number of members, thirty-two. 
Meets second Thursday of each month . 

Officers. — Columbus Waterhouse, President ; Harry 
A. Greene, Captain ; Henry C. Finkler, First Lieuten- 
ant ; Chas. L. Leonard, Second Lieutenant ; John W. 
Gibson, Bugler ; George J. Hobe, Secretary and Treas- 
urer. 

SAN FRANCISCO GRUTLI-VEEEIN. — Organized 
September, 1874. Objects: Cultivation of music, so- 
cial entertainments, and to assist its members in sick- 
ness. Meets first Tuesday of every month, at Geneva 
House, 118-120 Ellis street. Number of members, 
about 220. 

Officers.— J. H.Fritchi, President; J. Rawyler, Vice- 
President ; L. Imbach, Secretary; H. Hauser, Treas- 
urer ; J. E. Palanca, Financial Secretary ; Jacob Naef , 
Librarian. 

SAN FRANCISCO MAENNERCHOR. — Organized 
1865. — Number of members seventy. Monthly contri- 
bution, one dollar. Meets every Tuesday evening in 
Turn Verein Hall, 323 Turk street. The object of 
this association is the cultivation of music. 

Officers.— George Forster, President ; A. Hengsler, 
Vice-President ; F. G. Gerhard, Treasurer ; H. Fort- 
riede. Secretary ; E. Holsinger, Librarian ; H. Holz- 
hauer. Leader. 

SAN FRANCISCO SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB.— 
Organized March 12, 1882. No of members 390. Meet 
on the second and fourth Thursday of each month at 
861 Market street. Scotchmen, whether at home or 
abroad, love to wander back to their childhood days. 

This club was organized for the purpose of joining 
together in friendly relations the kilted lads and 
bonnie lasses of Scotland. Establishing, preserving 
and handing down to posterity in their original pur- 
ity the ancient customs of Scotland, and to create a 
taste for her Highland costume and dances, and to 
elevate the national music (the time honored instru- 
ment, the great Highland bagpipe) language, litera- 
ture, poetry and song, which have done so much to 
instruct and elevate the world for so many centuries. 

Officers. — Andrew Foreman.Royal Chieftain ; Henry 
Walker, Vice-Royal Chieftain; J. D. Coulie, Royal 
Recorder ; H. P. Christie, Royal Treasurer ; Alexander 
Sharp, Royal Financial Secretary ; George Harris, 
Royal Master of Arms ; D E. McMillan, M. D.. Royal 
Physician; Paul Eraser, Robert Christie and H. P. 
Christie, Trustees. 



SAN FRANCISCO TURN VEREIN.— Organized 1852. 
Hall south side of Turk street, between Leavenworth 
and Hyde. 

The objects of this society are the cultivation of 
gymnastic exercises in general; to encourage morality ; 
to improve health ; to cultivate music, and to enter- 
tain and cultivate free religious and political senti- 
ments. 

Stated meetings first and third Wednesday evenings 
of each month, at half -past eight o'clock. Number 
of members, about four hundred, of which about 
forty are attached to the vocal department, F. Waldle, 
Leader ; and forty-five to the rifle section, K. C. Zim- 
mer. Captain. Besides this, there exists, in connection 
with the association, a Verein for boys, from four- 
teen to eighteen years, which numbers sixty members, 
and is called the Turn Zoelings Verein, governed by 
their own officers, under the supervision of three 
members of the San Francisco Turn Verein. Stated 
meetings last Wednesday of each month. 

There is also a school for boys from seven to four- 
teen years, which numbers two hundred and fifty 
pupils. 

Social meetings for members are held every first 
Thursday evening, and on the last Sunday evening of 
each month, when a dramatic entertainment is given. 
Arelief society for sick members, numbering two hun- 
dred members, is attached to the association. 

Officers of the Verein. — Louis Markus, President ; 
K. Roch, Vice-President; Rich. Liebsch, Recording 
Secretary; W. Kunzel, Corresponding Secretary ; Otto 
Burmeister, Treasurer; C. Barth, Financial Secretary; 
F. Attinger, First Leader ; C. Hartman, Second 
Leader; C. Cook, First Librarian ; L. Hinz, Second 
Librarian ; B. Baumstark, Sergeant-at-Arms: Charles 
Hubert, Jacob Weiss and H. Plagemann, Trustees; 
Conrad Weidemann, Teacher of Gymnastics ; C. Wol- 
ters. Janitor. 

SAN FRANCISCO VEREIN .—Incorporated October 
2, 1853. Number of members, two hundred and fifty. 
Reading room is supplied with forty diflferent news- 
papers, and all the current magazines and periodicals. 
Library numbers about twenty thousand volumes. 
Rooms 219 Sutter street. 

Officers. — John N. Eckel, President ; Henry Epstein 
and S. HausDian, Vice-Presidents ; Julius Hausmeis- 
ter, Trea.surer ; Ralph ij. Schainwald, Financial "Sec- 
ictary; Charles Altschul, Recording Secretary ; .\ugust 
Heilbronner, Librarian, 

SAN FRANCISCO YACHT CLUB.— Organized Ju- 
ly, 1869 ; reorganized, July, 1873. Number of mem- 
bers, one hundred and forty-five. Meets first Tuesday 
of each month, at parlor A, Palace Hotel. 

Headquarters. Club House, Saucelito. Secretary's 
address, 252 Market street. 

Officers. — C. H. Harrison, Commodore; I. Gutte, 
Vice-Commodore ; Franklin Bangs, Treasurer, Mathew 
Turner, Measurer; Chas. G. Yale, Secretary. 

SEVENTH REGIMENT VETERANS OF THE PA- 
CIFIC. — Organized October 1, 1875. Number of mem- 
bers, seventy. Meetings held quarterly. Objects : 
To perpetuate a friendly feeling among the ex-mem- 
bers of the Seventh Regiment (New York City) , resid- 
ing on the Pacific Coast. 

Officers. — J. T. Yarrington, Captain ; Joseph Dur- 
brow. First Lieutenant ; William R. Wheaton, Second 
Lieutenant; W. E. Smedberg, Clerk. 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA VOLUNTEERS.-^Or- 
ganized November 29, 1865. Annual meeting held on 
the twenty-fifth day of April, the anniversary of Gen- 
eral E. V. Sumner assuming the command of the 
Department of California. Composed of the officers 
of the California Volunteers, V. S. A. 

Officers.— B. T. Catlin, President: J. B. Whitti- 
more and H. E. Miller, Vice-Presidents ; Elisha 
Brooks. Secretary; W. F. R. Schindler, Treasurer; S. 
Ife Ford, Judge Advocate; J. C. Innes, Recorder. 

SOCIETY OF OLD FRIENDS.— Meets last Friday 
in every month in the Superior Court, Department 
Twelve, corner of Washington and Kearny streets. 

Officers.- C. H. Gough, President ; R. H. Taylor, 
First Vice-President ; A. C. Bradford, Second Vice- 
President ; J. E. Slinkey, Recording Secretary ; P. A. 
Roach, Financial Secretary ; Martin Clark, Treasurer; 
E. Deaves, Sergeant-at-Arms. 



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SWISS RIFLE CLUB.— Organized September 1, i 
1860. Number of members, fifty. Meets second 
Tuesday of each month at Swiss Hotel, ti'll Commer- 
cial street. I 

Officers.— P. A. Giaunini, President; M. Stuber, ! 
Vice-President and Treasurer; J. FrappoUi, Secre- j 
tary ; P. E. Croce, Shooting Master. i 

TEtJTONIA SOCIETY.— Organized June 1, 1866. I 
Number of members, three hundred. Meets at Ten- 
tenia Hall, 1322 Howard street, es-ery Tuesday eve- 
ning for business purposes, and Wedjaesday evening 
for social enjoyment. 

The objects of this society are to as-sist members 
who, by accident or sickness, are incapacitated from 
pursuing their calling, and for the relief and support 
of the aged and the widows and orphans of deceased 
members, and for the purpose of defraying the fune- 
ral expenses of the members thereof. 

Officers.— E. Schnutenhaus, President ; H. Heutech, 
Vice-President ; E. Zeitfuchs, Financial Secretary ; J. 
Damman, Corresponding Secretary ; William Fahren- 
krug, Treasurer. 

THALIA VEREIN.— Organized July 2, 1862. Incor- 
porated January. 1871. Meets on the first and third 
Tuesday evenings of each month, at the club rooms, 
414 Pine street. Number of members, about two 
hundred and eighty-five. 

Officers.— H. Brand, President; Hugo Duveneck, 
Vice-President; W. Frese, Secretary ; Albert Wissel, 
Treasurer ; Julius Marcuse, Librarian. 

TICINESE LIBEBAL SOCIETY.— Organized Nov- 
ember 17, 1877. Number of members, one hundred 
and ninety. Meets the fourth Saturday of each 
month at 623 Pacific street. Objects : Social and be- 
nevolent. 

Officers.— D. Paroni, President; G. D. Mariani and 
M. Vanoni. Vice-Presidents ; G. Lepori, Secretary; 
G. Male, Treasurer. 

TURN-VEREIN VORWARTS.— Organized Jan. 11, 
1880. Meets the first and third Wednesdays of each 
month at their Hall, 310 OTarrell street. The objects 
of this Society are : The cultivation of gymnastic 
exercises, the improvement of health, to entertain j 
and cultivate free religious and political sentiments, ' 
and to encourage morality. Number of members, ' 
about three hundred. Exercise nights Tuesday and ' 
Thursday of each week. School for ladies, boys and 
girls every afternoon. There is also an English- 
speaking section connected with the Society, which 
meets every Monday and Wednesday night. 

Officers.— L. Mohlfeldt, President; C. Schwender, 
Vice-President; F. Dohrmann, Recording Secretary; 
F. Kaulfuss, Corresponding Secretary ; C. Foss, First 
Turnwart ; E. Soedler, Financial Secretary ; A. W. , 
Maas, Treasurer; C. Flach, Teacher; J. Joergens, I 
Sergeant-at-arms. I 

UNION CLUB.— Incorporated November 8, 1865. 1 
Rooms, northwest corner of California and Mont- | 
gomery streets. i 

The objects of this association are to carry on and j 
conduct the business of a Club House for the enter- ' 
tainment, use and profit of such persons as may be- 
come members thereof. 

Officers.— John W. Coleman, President; Evans S. 
Pillsbury. Vice-President ; William F. Russell, Secre- 
tary and Treasurer. 

UNION VETERAN DEMOCRATIC LEGION.— Or- 
ganized 1882. Number of members, five hundred. 
Meets first and third Thursdays in each month. 
Headquarters, 326 Davis street. Objects: Protection 
and advancement of honorably discharged veteran 
soldiers and sailors, socially and politically. 

Officers. — Michael Lane, Commander : Daniel Mc- 
Neill, Adjutant. 

\"EEEIN EINTRACHT.— Organized May. 1868; re- 
organized December. 1873. Number of members, 
eleven hundred. Meets every Wednesday evening at 
their Hall, 316 Post street. Objects : To" foster and ! 
cultivate the musical and dramatic arts, to give social 
and literary entertainments, and to assist its mem- ' 
bers in sickness and times of need. In connection 
with this society a gymnastic section, under the j 
leadership of F. W. Menzer, is maintained. 

Officers.— B. Dreyer, President ; Chris. Roeber, Vice- | 
President; S. Leihkamm, Secretary; F. M. Freund, 1 
Treasurer. 



VETERANS OF THE CALIFORNIA HUNDRED 
AND B.\TTALION.— Organized May 1, 1866. Office, 
422 California street. Number of memberH originally 
one hundred and eighty-two, comprising the surviv- 
ors of the five hundred men in the California Battal- 
ion and Calfornia Hundred at their discharge in Au- 
gust, 1865. Holds an Annual Reunion on April 9, 
each year, the anniversary of Lee's surrender. 

Officers. — Captain C. Mason Kinne, President; Lieu- 
tenant W. A. Robinson, Secretary; General D. W. O. 
Thompson, Treasurer. 

WAGNER VEREIN.— Organized August 23, 1876. 
Meets every month at the call of the President. Ob- 
jects: Cultivation of music, recreation, and promotion 
of social intercourse. 

Officers.— F. T. Briggs. President; Robert Effey, 
Vice-President; George W. Longley, Secretary and 
Treasurer— office, 332 Bush street ; R. H. Swayne, Mu- 
sical Director. 

YALE CLUB OF CALIFORNIA .— Organized Sep- 
tember 1, 1877. Number of members, seventy-five. 
Regular meetings are held on the second Fridays of 
January, April, and October, of each year, at place 
that may be designated by the Executive Committee. 
There is also an annual meeting and banquet on the 
last Friday of October. 

Objects; To promote social intercourse among its 
members ; to revive the memories and cherish the 
spirit of Alma Mater, and to further the interests of 
liberal education upon the Pacific Coast. 

Officers. — Martin Kellogg, President ; Gordon Blan- 
ding and Ely I. Hutchinson, Vice-Presidsnts ; Mount- 
ford S. Wilson, Secretary ; Donald Y. Campbell, 
Treasurer. 



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NATIONAL GUARD OP CALIFORNIA. 

Commander-in-Chief, Governor George Stoneman. 

Stafi'. — Major-General George B. Cosby, Adjutant- 
General, Inspector, Quartermaster, and Commissary- 
General, Chief of Ordnance, and ex officio Chief of 
Staff; Colonel John J. Tobiu, Assistant Adjutant-Gen- 
eral ; Colonel Wm. Hammond Hall, Chief Engineer; 
Colonel Cabel H. Maddox Judge Advocate-General ; 
Col. G. G.Tyrrell, Surgeon-General; Col. A.Andrews, 
Paymaster-General ; Colonel Chas. Sonntag, Inspector- 
General of Rifle Practice ; Lieutenant-Colonels Chas. 
F. Hanlon, George H. Kimball, J. Mervyn Donahue, 
Harry W. Carroll, Cornelius McLean, Guy Shirley, 
Mark L. McDonald, Delmar E. Ashby, Aids-de-Camp. 

Major-General Walter TurnbuU, Commanding 
Division; headquarters, San Francisco. 

Stafi'. —Lieutenant-Colonel R. G. Brush, Assistant 
Adjutant -General and Chief of Staff; Lieutenant- 
Colonel John R. Savers, Division Inspector ; Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel Lyman C. Parke, Engineer Officer ; Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel John P. Irish, Ordnance Officer : Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel Warren P. English, Quartermaster; 
Lieutenant-Colonel Robert McKillican, Inspector of 
Rifle Practice ; Lieutenant-Colonel William Forsyth, 
Commissary ; Lieutenant - Colonel Truman Hallen, 
Paymaster; Lieutenant -Colonel H. J. Brady. Judge 
Advocate ; Lieutenant- Colonel J. C. Tucker, Surgeon; 
Majors F. A. Woodworth and Chas. A. Kenney, AJds- 
de-Camp. 

Second Brigade. — That portion of the National 
Guard located in the City and County of San Francisco 
and the counties of Santa Cruz, Santa Clara, San 
Mateo, Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Sonoma, 
Solano, Napa and Lake, uow consists of one Reg- 
imeut of Infantry, one Regiment of Artillery, one 
Battalion of Infantry, two unattached Companies of 
Infantry, and two Companies of Cavalry, comprising 
Second Brigade. Headquarters, 7 Nucleus Hotel. 
Brigadier-General William H. Dimond, commanding. 

Staff.— Major E. E. Danforth, Assistant Adjutant- 
General and Chief of Staff; Major W. H. Holmes, 
Inspector; Major John T. Cutting, Ordnance OflScer; 
Major Frank P. McLennan, Engineer Officer : Major 
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GriflBn, Quartermaster ; Major Vanderlynn Stow, Com- 
miseary ; Major Edward C.Webb M. D., Surgeon; 
Major , Paymaster; Major A. F. Klose, In- 
spector of Rifle Practice ; Captain Perrie Kewen, Aid- 
de-Camp. 

Composed of the following regiments, battalions 
and unattached companies: 

FIRST INFANTRY REGIMENT.— Headquarters, 
402 Montgomery street, room 17. 

Field Officers— John H. Dickinson, Colonel ; L. L. 
Bromwell, Lieutenant-Colonel ; George M. Gaylord, 
Major 

Staff Officers— Geo.W. Reed, Adjutant ; E. C.Hughes, 
Quartermaster ; A. S. Peterson, Commissary; Wm. 
Cluff. Paymaster; F. Buxton, Ordnance Officer; Geo. 
H. Strong, Inspector Rifle Practice ; A. M. Wilder, M. 
D., Surgeon; ,D. D., Chaplain. 

Non-Commissioned Staff. —Wm. Mitchell, Sergeant 
Major; H. A. Bowen, Quartermaster Sergeant ; C. G. 
Lidstrom, Commissary Sergeant ; W. C. Crawford. Ord- 
nance Sergeant : F. A. Kinne, Hospital Steward ; C. M. 
Mayberry, Drum Major ; Wm. J. Blythe, Principal 
Musician. 

Composed of the following companies, viz.: 

Company A. — J. H. McMenomy, Captain; William 
P. Sullivan Jr., First Lieutenant; H. S.Ferguson, 
Second Lieutenant. Number of members, seventy- 
one. Armory, southeast corner New Montgomery and 
Minna streets. 

CoMPANT B.— Samuel J. Taylor, Captain; F. J. 

Kremple, First Lieutenant ; , Second Lieutenant. 

Number of members, sixty-four. Armory, northwest 
comer of New Montgomery and Howard streets. 

CoMPAKT C— John E. Klein, Captain : S. H. Palmer, 
First Lieutenant; Charles Jansen, Second Lieuten- 
ant. Number of members, sixty-six. Armory, 321 
Post street. 

Company D.— Vincent Kingwell, Captain; W. A. 
Nelson, Firflt Lieutenant; F. M. Zeising, Second 
Lieutenant. Number of members, sixty - six. 
Armory, northwest comer of New Montgomery and 
Howard streets. 

Company E. — George Teller, Captain; Thomas 
R. Browne, First Lieutenant ; J. W. Heerdink, Second 
Lieutenant. Number of members, sixty-eight. Ar- 
mory, northwest corner of New Montgomery and 
Howard streets. 

Company F.— Z. P. Clark, Captain ; Geo. Fredricks, 
First Lieutenant ; P. S. Teller, Second Lieutenant. 
Number of members, sixty-six. Armory, 324 Post 
street. 

Company G.— Charles L. Tilden, Captain ; H. W. 
Adams, First Lieutenant; , Second Lieu- 
tenant. Number of members, sixty-eight. Armory, 
324 Post street. 

Company H.— Hyman P. Bush, Captain ; W. H. 
Eraser, First Lieutenant; , Second Lieu- 
tenant. Number of members, sixty-one. Armory, 
northwest corner of New Montgomery and Howard 
streets. 

SECOND ARTILLERY REGIMENT.— Headquarters, 
316 California street. 

Field Officers. — William R. Smedberg. Colonel; 
David Wilder, Lieutenant-Colonel; Ed. G. Sprowl, 
Major. 

Staff. , Adjutant; Geo. H. Redding, 

Quartermaster ; , Commissary ; Hans H. 

Kohler, Paymaster ; , Ordnance Officer ; 

, Surgeon; Rev. C. D.Barrows, Chaplain. 

Composed of the following companies, viz.: 

Company B, (Light Battery) .-Organized June 16, 
1873.— W. B. Collier, Captain ; Hugh T. Sime, First 
Lieutenant; Wm. Macdonald, Second Lieutenant. 
Number of members, seventy. Armory, 591 Mis- 
sion street. 

Company C— A. Huber, Captain; H. J. Mangels, 
First Lieutenant ; D. Wulvern, Second Lieutenant. 
Number of members, seventy. Armory, 620 Bush 
street. 



Company D.— Philip Newman, Captain; J. H. 
Ludermann, First Lieutenant ; J. Muzio, Second 
Lieutenant. Number of members, Bixty-two. Armorv, 
620 Bush street. 

Company E. — Joseph T. Donovan, Captain ; J. B. 
Flynn, First Lieutenant ; T. J. Desmond, Second 
Lieutenant. Number of members, sixty-two. Armory, 
591 Mission street. 

Company F.— Prescott Loring, Captain ; Chas. N. 
Stangroom, First Lieutenant; James A. White, Second 
Lieutenant. Number of members, seventy. Armory, 
southwest comer of Sutter and Powell streets. 

Company G.— Wm. C. Sharpstein, Captain; Charles 
H. Crocker, First Lieutenant ; E. F. Moran, Second 
Lieutenant. Number of members, sixty-five. Armory, 
Phelan Building. 

Company H. — William D. Waters, Captain; James 
W. Reinfeld, First Lieutenant ; Thomas F. O'Neill, 
Second Lieutenant. Number of members, sixty-four. 
Armory, 620 Bush street. 

Cadet Company.- Emmett Rixford, Captain ; Thos. 
A. Gamble, First Lieutenant ; Robt. 8. Atkins, Second 
Lieutenant. Number of members, seventy-five. Ar- 
mory, 420 Post street. 

THIRD INFANTRY REGIMENT.— Headquarters, 
Howard and New Montgomery streets. 

Field Officers.— Robert Tobin, Colonel; Patrick 
Boland, Lieutenant-Colonel ; Thos. F. Barry, Major. 

Staff Officers. — P. M. Delany, Captain and Adjutant; 
Wm. D. Lawton, First Lieutenant and Quartermaster; 
J. C. Dunphy, First Lieutenant and Commissary :B. P. 
Oliver, First Lieutenant and Paymaster ; R. P. Ham- 
mond, First Lieutenant and Ordnance Officer ; J. J. 
O'Brien, First Lieutenant and Inspector of Rifle Prac- 
tice ; F. B. Kane, First Lieutenant and Surgeon ; J. E. 
Cottle, First Lieutenant and Chaplain. 

Composed of the following companies, viz : 

Company A. — Robert Cleary, Captain; Michael 
Leahy, First Lieutenant ; John B. Thomas, Second 
Lieutenant. Number of members, forty-seven. 

Company B.— Henry P. Filgate, Captain ; C. J. 
McClunie, First Lieutenant ; , Second Lieu- 
tenant. Number of members, seventy-four. 

Company C. — Henry Levy, Captain ; Martin Ryan, 
First Lieutenant ; , Second Lieutenant. 

Company D. — J. O'Connor, Captain; Thos. J. Lynch, 
First Lieutenant ; John J. Lane, Second Lieutenant. 

Company E. —Michael McCormick, Captain; Richard 
Ennis, First Lieutenant ; Daniel J. Nichols, Second 
Lieutenant. 

Company F.— James F. Smith, Captain; Wm. J. Sul- 
livan, First Lieutenant; F. W. Warren, Second Lieu- 
tenant. 

Cadei Corps. — Charles McDavitt. Captain ; Martin 
J.Burke, First Lieutenant; J. H. Sheridan, Second 
Lieutenant. 

Companies of this regiment are all located at regi- 
mental headquarters, except Company C, which is 
located In Oakland. 



FIFTH INFANTRY BATTALION— SECOND BRI- 
GADE, N. G. C— Headquarters, 218 California street. 
Horace D. Ranlett (Oakland) Lieutenant-Colonel Com- 
manding ; Thos. J. Parsons (Oakland) Major ; W. Ver- 
beck, Captain and Adjutant ; Wm. Simpson, M. D. 
(San JosI) Major and Surgeon ; Osgood C. Wheeler, 
D. D. (Oakland) Captain and Chaplain ; Fred. Eubnle, 
(Petaluma) Lieutenant and Inspector of Rifle Practice; 
Sheldon I. Kellogg, Jr. (Oakland) Lieutenant and 
Ordnance Officer; Loring G.Nesmith (San Jose) Lieu- 
tenant and Paymaster; George H. Brown (San Fran- 
cisco) Lieutenant and Commissary ; Leroy W. Allum, 
(Oakland) Lieutenant and Quartermaster. 

Company A. — (Oakland)— Thomas H. Thompson, 
Captain ; George F. Wright, First Lieutenant ; E. M. 
Campbell, Second Lieutenant. Number of members, 
sixty-seven. 



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COMPAKT B.— (S»n Jo8#)— Albert K. Wbitton, Cap- 
tain ; Edwin M. Hills, First Lieutenant ; Thoniaa F. 
Morrison, Second Lieutenant. Number of members, 
Bixty-slx. 

CoMPANT 0.— (Petaluma)— D. B. Fairbanks, Cap- 
tain ; Geo. W. Zartman, First Lieutenant ; G. K. Hall, 
Second Lieutenant. Number of members, sixty-six. 

UNATTACHED COMPANIES. — San Fkanoibco 
HussABS. — C. C. Keene, Captain ; Martin Brunsen, 
First Lieutenant ; Rudolph Homeier, Second Lieuten- 
ant ; Hejiry W. Tletjen, Junior Second Lieutenant. 
Number of members, seventy-four. Armory, south- 
east comer of Minna and New Montgomery streets. 

Oakland Light CAV.'a.BT.--Webb N. Pearce, Captain ; 
G«o. B. Flint, First Lieutenant; ThoB. L.Bromley. 
Second Lieutenant ; F. E. Whitney, Junior Second 
Lieutenant. Number of members, sixty-eight. Ar- 
mory, comer Twelfth and Washington streets, Oalj- 
land. 

INDEPENDENT COMPANIES. — The following 
companies are independent of the National Guard of 
California, and not under control of the State mili- 
tary authorities : 

Austrian Military Co. — Organized March, 1879. 
Armory, 310 O'Farrell street. 

OflBcers— Charles Niquet, Captain ; J. Lettmeyer, 
First Lieutenant ; M. Radulovich, Second Lieutenant. 

EnJTRACHT RiFi-E SECTION. — Organized, 1876. Num- 
ber of members, sixty. Armory, 316 Post street. 

Oflact-rs.— F. A. Euhl, Captain ; L. H. EauStnan, 
First Lieutenant; H. Schubert, Second Lieutenant. 

French Zouaves. — Organized May, 1870. Number 
of membt'rs, one hundred and thirty. Armory, 808 
Pacific street. 

OfBcers. — J. Boutes, Captain; F. Garcia, First 
Lieutenant ; H. Picheu, Second Lieutenant. 

Garibaldi Guard. — Organized June 6, 1868. Num- 
ber of members, seven hundred. Armory, 423 Broad- 
way street. 

Officers. — F. Luchetti, Captain ; P. Paganini, First 
Lieutenant ; A. De Luca, Second Lieutenant. 

German FusruER Guard. — Organized December 
17, 1870. Number of members, fifty. Armory, Ger- 
mania Hall, 620 Busfi. 

Officers.— C. A. Dnisenbersr, President ; Charles 
PauU, Secretary ; Charles Kirch, Treasurer ; H. 
Stettin, Captain ; John Wiese, First Lieutenant ; 
George Schaefer, Second Lieutenant. 

Independent Rifles. — Organized March 15, 1877. 
Number of members, seventy. Armory, 620 Bush 
afreet 

Officers.— George Cantus, Captain; Theo. Schmal- 
holz. First Lieutenant ; J. Kuhlke, Second Lieutenant. 



ItXuan Sharpsrootebs (BersagUeri Italiani) . — 
Organized May, 1878. Number of members, seventy. 
Armory, 625 Broadway street. 

Officers.- VenanzioQuilici, Captain; S. Giovannini, 
First Lieutenant; A. Codeglia, Second Lieutenant. 

Juarez Guard. — Reorganized June 17, 1879. Num- 
ber of members, forty-three. 

Officers— Antonio De La Torre, Captain ; F. Ybarra, 
First Lieutenant ; Second Lieutenant. 

Laf.vtette Guard.— Organized June 1, 1868. Num. 
ber of members, one hundred and twenty. Armory, 
730 Montgomery street. 

Officers.— E. Luttringer, Captain; E Giraud, First 
Lieutenant; Corel, Second Lieutenant. 

Schuetzen Vehein. — Organized September, 1859. 
Number of members, one hundred and fifty. Armory, 
Germania Hall, 620 Bush street. 

Officers. — John Wulzen, Captain ; A. Browning, First 
Lieutenant; John Boltz, Second Lieutenant; Henry 
Tennis, Third Lieutenant ; Louis Haacke, Fourth 
Lieutenant. 

Swiss Sharpshooters. — Organized March, 1860. 
Number of members, fifty-four. Armory, French 
Zouave Hall, 808 Pacific street. 

Officers.— P. Gianinni, President ; Moritz Stuber, 
Vice-President and Treasurer ; Frank FrapoUi, Sec- 
retary. 



CEMETERIES. 



BETH OLAM (Hebrew) . — Point Lobos avenue, near 
Thirty-third avenue. 

CALVARY (Roman Catholic) .—North side Broder- 
ick street, between Geary and Turk streets. 

CITY. — From Thirty-third avenue to Forty-eighth 
avenue, north of Point Lobos avenue. 

GREEK— Turk street, rear of Odd Fellows'. 

HOME OF PEACE (Hebrew).- Between Eight- 
eenth, Nineteenth, Dolores and Church streets. 

LAUREL HILL (late Lone Mountain) .—Central 
avenue, between Post and California streets. 

MASONIC. — South side of Turk street, between 
Masonic and Parker avenues. Office, Masonic Temple. 

ODD FELLOWS'.— South side Geary street, between 
Parker and First avenues. Office, 22 Phelan Building. 

SHEBITH ISRAEL (Hebrew) .—Between Nine- 
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ExpLANATOBT.— The Ordinance for re-numbering the buildings of this city provides that " Market Street shall be the 
starting point for the numbers of all buildings fronting on the streets running therefrom in a northerly direction, and also 
for tliose running therefrom in a southeasterly direction. The streets laid down in the official map of the city as forming 
the water front thereof shall be the starting point for numbers on all streets running westerly and southwesterly there- 
from, except upon such streets running westerly commencing from Marlcet Street, and upon all such streets, Market 
Street shall be the starting point for numbers. On all streets the numbers on the right hand side, starting from the point 
of beginning, are even numbers, and on the left hand side, odd numbers. One hundred numbers, or as many thereof as 
may be necessary, shall be allotted to each block bounded by principal streets; numbers 100, 200, and 300 being respect- 
ively the numbers for commencing the blocks distant one, two, and three streets from the starting point on the side 
designated for even numbers, and numbers 101, 201, and 301, in similar manner for the opposite side of the street, 
throughout its extent; so that the initial figure of the number placed on a building at any street-crossing shall Indicate 
the number of main streets such street-crossing is from the starting point. Not less than twenty feet In frontage of all 
vacant lots of ground shall be allowed for each number. On all cross or Intermediate streets the numbering shall com- 
mence where said streets begin, and shall conform to the plan specified in this Order." 

By this new decimal system of numbering buildings, the exact location of any number is readily ascertained; for 
example, if you want to find 624 Montgomery, it is on the east side of the block extending from Clay to Washington, 
which is the seventh from Market— Commercial and Merchant being private streets. Again, 825 Clay is on the ninth 
block from the water front, which is the one extending from Dupont to Stockton. It must be borne in mind that one 
hundred numbers are allowed on each block between principal streets. 

The following streets are but partially opened, and each differ materially from the plan originally laid out, viz ; 
Clementina, Ecker, Jessie, Minna, Natoma, Kitch, Shipley, Stevenson, and Tehama. 

The territory lying west of Laurel HiU and Odd Fellows' Cemetery, and generally known as the Outside Lands, has 
recently been surveyed, and is designated on the new official City and County Map as avenues and streets. Those 
running north and south are named respectively from First to Forty-ninth avenues, and those running east and west, 
from First avenue to the Ocean, and parallel with Point Lobos Avenue, A to W streets. 

Reference is frequently made in the Register of Names to the following, and which are located as follows: Hoadley's 
Addition, situated west of Pierce and between Geary and Washington; Horner's Addition, south and near the Mission 
Dolores; Western Addition, west of Larkin; San Miguel Ranch, southwest and near the Mission Dolores; Bernal Heights 
(B. H.), south of Twenty-sixth Street, between San Bruno and San Josg Roads; and University Mound Tract (U. M. T.), 
west of San Bruno Road, five miles from the City Hall. See, aUo, Prominent Places, end Street Directory. 

(6) Street not opened, (c) Fractional blocks, one hundred numbers allowed for first two blocks, (d) Fronting the 

bay. (e) Street ends. ( ) Street does not cross. B.H., Bernal Heights. U. M. T., University Mound Tract. S. S. F., 

South San Francisco. A blank is used where the number at the crossing of a street could not be ascertained. 



A, bet Point LoboB av and 
B fm First av W. 

A, South S F. See Alle- 
ghany. 

Aberdeen, bet Jonah 
and Albert fm Sunny Vale 
Homestead Association S 
to County line. 

Accacia, fm Ocean House 
Road SW San Miguel. 

Acorn Alley, bet Cali- 
fornia and Sacramento, fm 
Leavenworth W. 

Acton, West End Home- 
stead. 

Ada Alley, bet Hyde 
and Leavenworth fm Ada 
Court E. 

Ada Court-, bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde fm O'Far- 
rell N. 

Adair, bet Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth fm Howard W 
to Oapp 

Adam, N and S s Eve bet 
San Bruno Road and Cali- 
fornia av, B H 

Addison, fm Bemis W to 
Castro, Fairmount Tract. 

Adelaide Place, bet 
Geary and Post fm Taylor 
W. 

Adele, bet Chace and 
Stringham f m Islals Creek 
S to Hecker 

Adele Alley, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell ftn Jackson 
N 

A d 1 e r , bet Pacific and 
Broadway fm Dupont E 
to Montgomery av 

Adona Place, bet Ma- 
son and Taylor fm Wash- 
ington N. 

Agate Alley, bet Tay- 
lor and Jones fm Post N 
to Lewis pi. 



Agnes liane, bet Stock- 
ton and Dupont fm Vallejo 
N. 

Alabama, bet Florida 
and Harrison fm Channel 
S to Serpentine av 

Alameda, bet Channel 
and El Dorado fm the bay 
Wto Harrison. 

Alamo Square, bet 
Scott and Steiner, Hayes 
and Fulton. 

Alaska, bet Water Front 
and Mexico fm Water 
Front S to India. 

Alaska Place, bet Bay 
and North Point f m Mason 
W. 

Albert, Sunny Tale 
Homestead. 

Albert Alley, bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth fm 
Dolores W. 

Albion Avenue, bet 
Valencia and Guerrero fm 
Fifteenth to Seventeenth. 

Alcatrac Square, bet 
Jefferson and N Point, 
Franklin and Gough. 

Alder Alley, bet Guer- 
rero and Fair Oaks fm 
Twenty-firsts to Twenty- 
fourth. 

Aldine, fm Willard E to 
Masonic Cemetery. 

Alemany Avenue, 
Academy Tract. 

Alemany Avenue, bet 
Dolores and Church fm 
Seventeenth to Church 
lane. 

Alger Place, bet Harri- 
son and Bryant fm First E 

Algeria, South S F, bet 
Sumatra and Lahaina fm 
Islals Creek SE to Water 
Front. 



Third and 
Folsom to 



Alice, bet 

Fourth fm 

Louisa. 

Alice Alley, bet Taylor 

and Jones from Post N to 

Alleghany, South S F, 
bet Ship and St Lawrence 
fm St Thomas SW to 
County line. 

Allen, bet Union and Fil- 
bert fm Hyde W 275 ft 
and thence at right angles 
S 57 ft. 

Allen, BH. See Bronte 

Alleys Court, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Greenwich N. 

Allison, West End Map 
No 2. 

A I m e r a , bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde fm ClayN 

Alta, bet Union and Fil- 
bert fm Sansome W. 

Alta Plaza, bet Scott and 
Steiner, Jackson and Clay. 

Alvarado, bet Twenty- 
se-^ond and Twenty-third 
fm San Jose Av to Dia- 
mond. 

Amador, bet Islals and 
Calaveras fin the bay to 
Honduras. 

Amazon, E b County 
Road 5% miles fm City 
HaU,E.H. A. 

Amboy Alley, bet Pow- 
ell and Mason fm Union N 

Amherst, bet Princeton 
and Yale tm Silver av S, 
U. M. T. 

Amity Alley, bet Mont- 
gomery av and Mason fm 
Chestnut S. 

Anderson, bet Cherubus- 
co and Jefferson av fm 
Cortland av N, B H. 



Andover Avenue, fm 

Cortland av S to Holiday 
Map A. 

Andrew, bet Fifth and 
Sixth fm Folsom N. 

Ankeny Place, bet Sut- 
ter and Bush fm Powell E 

Anna. See Olasgow. 

Annie, bet New Mont- 
gomery and Third fm Mar- 
ket to Mission. 

Anthony, bet First and 
Second fm Mission N. 

Antonio, bet Ellis and 
O'Farrell fm Jones W. 

Appleton. bet Baker av 
and Charity fm Nashua S. 

Arago, fm Havelock NE. 
Belleroche City. 

Arch, City Land Associa- 
tion. 

Argentine, South S F, 
bet Guatemala and Ecua- 
dor fm San Bruno Road to 
County line. 

Arizona, bet Colorado 
and Idaho fm Water Front 
S to India. 

Arkansas, bet Connecti- 
cut and Wisconsin fin Cen- 
ter S to Tulare. 

Arlington, fm San Jose 
Road nr Charles SW to 
Mateo. 

Army, bet Twenty-sixth 
and Twenty-seventh ftn 
San Bruno Road W to 
Bellevue. 

Ash Avenue, bet Fulton 
and McAllister fin Larkin 
to Fillmore. 

South Street N. side. 

1 Lfirkln 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

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SOI Oitavia 500 

601 LaKUim 600 

701 Buchanan 700 

Ashburton Place, bet 

Post anil Sutter tm Du- 

ponf E. 
Anhbnry, bet Masonic av 

anil Clayton t"m Fulton S. 
Anlor, bet MetltonI and 

Walbridge, VIsltaclon Val- 
ley. 
Alli<*nH, Kxcelslor Honie- 

^I•■a•l Association. 
Adridire Alley, bet 

JoTn^a and Leavenworth 

fni Filbert N. 
Aiibarn, bet Mason and 

Taylor fm Jackson to Pa- 
ri tic. 
AuiriiMt AlIe.T, bet Pow- 
ell and Mason fni Green N. 
AnpiiKfR, South S F, S ol 

Helena fm Silver av W to 

York. 
AiiMtin, bet Pine and Bush 

fill linrkln to Octavla. 
South street. N. tide. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin 30O 

401 GouKh 400 

(e) Octavla (e) 

Averill Avenue, bet 

Fifth and Sixth fm Harri- 
son S. 
Azore*. South. S F, bet 

Gibraltar and Guadaloupe 

fni (Tiarter Oak av to 

County line. 
Aztee, bet Cherubuscoand 

Bnena Vista fm Coso av 

NE, B H. 
B, bet A and C fm First av 

W. 
B. South S F. See St. 

I<awrence. 
Bache, bet Porter and 

Andover av fm Crescent 

av S, B H. 
Bnron, bet Burrow and 

■Way land, fm Potrero av 

AV, U. M. T. 
Badiirer, Spring Valley 

Homestead Association. 
Bagrle?' Place, bet Du- 

pont and Stockton from 

O'FBrrell N. 
Bahama, South S F, bet 

Triniilad and Corea fm 

Schneider SE to Water 

Front. 
Baker, bet Broderick and 

Lyon fm Halghtto Lewis. 
West. Street. E. side. 

I Halght 2 

101 Page 100 

201 flak 200 

301 Fell 300 

401 Hayes 400 

501 Grove 500 

601 Fulton 600 

701 JlcAllister 700 

801 (iotden Gate av 800 

Turk 

Calvarv Cemeterv 

1301 Gearv ...1300 

1401 Post .1400 

1501 Sutter 1500 

1601 Bush 1600 

1701 Pino 1700 

1801 California 1800 

1901 Sacramento 1900 

2001 Clay 2000 

2101 Washington 2100 

2201 Jackson 2200 

2301 Pacific 2300 

2401 Broadwav 2400 

2501 Vallejo 2500 

2ti01 Green 2600 

2701 Union 2700 

2801 Filbert 2800 

2901 Greenwich 2900 

3001 Lombard 3000 

3101 Chestnut 3100 

3201 Francisco .3200 

3301 Bav 3300 

»«)1 North Point 3400 

3501 Beach 3500 

3601 Jetrerson 3600 

3701 TonqulD 3700 

(c) Lewis (e) 



Baker Avenue, fm 

Railroad av E to Islals 
Creek. 
Balance, bet Ransome 
and MontKomery fm Jack- 
son to Gold. 
Baldwin Court, bet 
Fremont and First fm Fol- 
soni NF. 
Baltimore Park, bet 
Ridley and Fourteenth fm 
(iuerrero W to Dolores. 
Bankn, fm California av 

S to Crescent av, B H. 
Bannani Place, bet 
Pnpont and Stockton fm 
Green to Union. 
BarbadoeH. .South S F, 
bet l"rui,'uny and Poito 
Ktco fm Railroad av to 
County line. 
Barneveld Avenue, 
E of San Bruno Koad fm 
Conklinp: S to Silver av. 
Barllett, bet Valencia 
and Mission fm Twentj- 
fir.st S to Serpentine av. 
East. Street. H'. side. 

1 Twentv-flrst 2 

101 Twenty-second IfK) 

201 Twentv-third 200 

301 Twenty-fourth .300 

401 Twenty-fifth 400 

oOi Tw^enty-slxth 500 

(e) Serpentined venue (e) 

Bartlett, bet Warren and 

Merced fni Thirtieth S to 

Laldlev. See Harper. 

Bartlett Alley. See 

Iiozier. 

Bartol, bet Sansome and 

Montgomery fui Vallejo S. 

Battery, bet Front and 

Sansome fm Market to 

the Bay 

We.ot. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Bush.. 2 

101 Pine 100 

201 California 200 

213 Halleck 

301 Sacramento. 300 

315 Commercial 312 

401 Clay 400 

417 Merchant , 416 

501 Washington 500 

- Oregon 512 

601 Jackson 600 

701 Pacific 700 

Chambers 710 

801 Broadway 800 

901 Vallejo 900 

1001 Green 1000 

Commerce 

1101 Union 1100 

1201 Filbert 1200 

1301 Greenwich (d) 

(e) Lombard (e) 

Bauer. Academy Tract. 
Baum Alle.T. bet Pow- 
ell and Mason fm Union N 
Bay, bet Francisco and 
North Point fm Kearny to 
Presidio Reservation. 
SoiUh. Street. A', ^ide. 

1 Kearnv 2, 

101 Dupont 100 

Midway East 

201 Stockton 200 

Midway West 

301 Powell 300 

401 Mason 400 

501 Tavlor 500 

601 Jones 600 

Montgomery av ... 

701 Leavenworth 700 

801 Hyde 800 

901 Larkin 900 

1001 Polk 1000 

1101 Van Ness av 

1201 Franklin 

13il Gough 

1401 Octavla 

Laguna 1500 

Buchanan 1600 

1701 Webster 1700 

1801 Fillmore 1800 

1901 Stelner 1900 

2001 Pierce 2000 

2101 Scott 2100 

2201 Devlsadero 2200 

2301 Broderick 2300 

2401 Baker 2400 

{«) Lyon (e) 



Bay "View Place, bet 

Jones and Leavenworth 

fm Union N. 
Bay Avenue, bet First 

and Second fm Bryant S. 
Beach, bet North Point 

and Jefferson fm Dupont 

to Presidio Reservation. 

South. Street. N. side. 

(d) Dupont 2 

(d) Stockton 100 

201 Powell 200 

301 Mason .300 

401 Tavlor 400 

501 Jones : 500 

601 Leavenworth 600 

Montgomery av... 

701 Hyde 700 

801 Larkin 800 

901 Polk 900 

Van Ness av 

Gov't Reservation 

1401 Lagnna 1400 

1501 Buchanan 1.500 

1601 Webster 1600 

1701 Fillmore 1700 

1801 Stelner 1800 

1901 Pierce 1900 

2001 Scott 2000 

2101 Devlsadero 2100 

2201 Broderick 2200 

2301 Baker 2300 

(e) Lyon (e) 

Beacon, fm Castro SE to 
Bemls, thence W to Cas- 
tro. 

Beale, bet Main and Fre- 
mont fm Market SE to the 
bav. 

S.W. Street. JV.E. 

1 Market 2 

VIscher place 

101 Mission. 100 

Bertha 

201 Howard 200 

301 Folsom 300 

Beale place 

401 Harrison 400 

501 Bryant 500 

(e) Brannan (e) 

Beale Place, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm 
Main W. 

Beaver, bet Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth fm Noe W to 
Castro. 

Becker Place, bet Post 
and Sutter fm Taylor E. 

Bedford Place, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Jackson N. 

Beideman, bet Devlsa- 
dero and Scott fm Ellis to 
O'Farrell. 

Belcher, bet Fourteenth 
and Fifteenth fm Market 
N 

Belden, bet Montgomery 
and Kearny fm Bti$b to 
Pine. 

Bel lair Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
(Jhestnut to Francisco 

Bellevue, W of Ellen fin 
Elizabeth to Thirtieth 

Bellevue Avenue, 
West End Homestead As- 
sociation. 

BemiB, fm Beacon SE to 
Fairmount, thence SW to 
Castro. 

Bennington, bet Wood 
and North av,BH. 

Benton Avenue, fm 
Andover av nr Crescent 
av. 

Beppeler. San Miguel. 

Berg^en Alley, bet Bay 
and North Point, fm Hvde 
W. 

Berkeley Avenue,bet 
Ninth and Tenth fm Mis- 
sion to Howard-, 

Berkshire. Mission and 
Thirtieth Street Exten- 
sion Homestead Union. 

Berlin, bet Glrard and 
Goettlngen fm Silver av S. 

Bermuda, South S F, 
bet Granada and Malta fm 
Railroad av to Water 
Front. 



Bernadotte, bet Islate 
and Schneider fm Islals 
Creek channel NE to Ven- 
ezuela. 
Bernal, E of San Bruno 
Road fm Vermont to Ma- 
rengo. Sec I.iOoniiM. 
Bernal, fm Sepcnttne av 

S to Preclta av. 
Bernard, bet Pacific and 
Broadway fm Taylor to 
Leavenworth 
SoiUh. Street. N. side. 

1 Taylor 2 

101 Jones 100 

(e) Leavenworth («) 

Bernlce, bet Folsom and 
Harrison fm Twelfth to 
Thirteenth 
Berry, bet King and Chan- 
nel SW fm Second to 
Eighth. 
S.E. Street. N.W. 

1 Second 2 

Hammond pi 

101 Third 100 

Madden 

Haggln 

Tevis 

Dewev 

201 Fourth 200 

•■m Fifth 300 

401 Sixth 400 

501 Seventh 600 

(e) Eighth (e) 

Berry,betSutterand Bush 
fm Dupont E. See mar- 
tin. 

Bertha, bet Mission and 
Howard fm Beale W. 

Beulah. bet Frederick 
and Waller fm Cole to 
Stanyan. 

Bigrelow, San Miguel. 

Billinifs Place, bet 
Montgomerv and Sansome 
fm Filbert N. 

Birch Avenue, bet 
Grove and Fulton fm Lar- 
kin W. 

South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavla 500 

601 Laguna 600 

701 Buchanan 700 

Bismarck, San Miguel. 

Blackstone PIace,fm 
Lombard nr Larkin N. 

Blaine, fm North av Eto 
Prentiss, B H. 

Blake, bet Collins and 
Cook tm St Rose's av N to 
Laurel Hill Cemetery. 

Blanche Alley, bet 
Sanchez and Vlcksburg fm 
Twenty-third N. 

Blossom, bet Qulnn and 
Fourteenth, fm Valencia 
to Guerrero. 

Bluxome, bet Brannan 
and Townsend fm First 
SW, and bet Brannan and 
Townsend fm Fourth SW 
to Sixth. 

Boardman Place, bet 
Sixth and Seventh fm 
Brannan to Bryant. 

Bolivia. .South S F, S of 
Carthagena fm San Bruno 
Road SE. 

Bond, bet Twelfth and 
Thirteenth fm Mission to 
Glen Park av. 

Bond. See Dehone. 

Bond Alley, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Green- 
wich S. 

Bone Alley, bet Mont 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Green N. 

Bonita, bet Vallejo and 
Green f m Polk to Van Ness 
av 

Boston Place, bet Fol- 
som and Hartison fm First 
E. 

Bourbin Place, bet 
Steiner and Pierce fm Ed- 
dy to Ellis. 



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Bourbon, bet Precita 


601 Dupont 


.. 600 


Bruce Place, bet Lang- 


3301 Lombard 3300 


C!reek and Norman fm Or- 


Duncan court.... 


.. 620 


ton and Otis pi fm Folsom 


Chestnut 


leans NE. 


701 Stockton 


.. 700 


SE. 




LobOB Square 


Bourne, bet Chace and 


709 Virginia court... 




Brunswick, West 


End 


3601 Bav 3600 


Llewellvn fm Kossuth S 


Morey alley 


.. 730 


Homestead. 




3701 North Point 3700 


to Hecker. 


801 Powell 


.. 800 


Bryan Place. 


See 


3801 Beach 3800 


Bontwell, bet Stenben 
and Charter Oak av fm 


817 Scott place 


;.■ 900 


Burnett Place. 




3901 Jefferson 3900 

4001 Tonquin 4000 


901 Mason 


Islais Creek S. 


921 Salmon 




Bryant, bet Harrison and 


(e) Lewis (c) 


Bowdoln, bet Hamilton 


1001 Taylor 


..1000 


Brannan SW fm Spear to 




and Dartmouth fm Silver 


Sweet 




Eleventh. 




Buchanan Alley, bet 


av S, U. M. T. 


Florence 




S.E 


. Street. 


N.W. 


First and Second fm How- 


Bower Place, bet Du- 


1101 Jones 


..1100 


1 


Spear 


.. 2 


ard to Tehama 


pont and Stockton- fm 


1201 Leavenworth .... 


..1200 


101 


Main 


.. 100 


Buena Vista, fm Cort- 


Green S. 


1205 Morse place 




2^1 


Beale 


.. 200 


land av N E to Coso av. 


B o M' f e Afenne, bet 


1213 Bridge 




301 


Fremont 


.. 300 


Buena Vista Park, 


Howard and Fo'.som fm 
Eleventh E. 
Bowles Place, bet 


1301 Hvde 


1300 


401 


First 


.. 400 


bet Utah and Vermont, 


1401 Larkin 


1400 




EUerv 




Napa and Shasta. 
Bnrcbani Place, bet 


Maxwell 




419 


Rincon place 


.. 418 


Twelfth and Thirteenth 


1501 Polk 


..1500 


443 


Stanly place 


.. 444 


Golden Gate av and Turk 


fm Howard N. 


1601 Van Ness avenue 


.1600 


501 


Second 


.. 500 


fm Leavenworth W. 


Bowman Place. S s 


1701 Franklin 


..1700 


533 


Central place 




Burgoyne Place, bet 


Brjant nr First. 


1801 Gough 


..1800 


601 


Third 


.. 600 


Leavenworth and Hvde 


Bo.^ce, bet Cook and Wil- 


1901 Octavia 


..1900 


615 


Ritch 




fm Pacific S. 


liamson fm Geary N. 


2001 Laguna 


..2000 


635 


Zoe 




Burnett Plac«, bet 


Bojd, bet Harrison and 


2101 Buchanan 


..2100 


701 


Fourth 


„ 700 


San some and Montgom- 


Bryant, Seventh and 


2201 Webster 


..2200 


801 


Fifth 


.. 800 


ery fm Bush N. 


Eighth, and E and W sides 
Chpslev. 


2301 Fillmore 


2300 










2401 Steiner 


..2400 




Oak Grove av 




Berkshire NE to Mission 


Boylston, bet Holyoke 
and Hamilton fm Silver 


2501 Pierce 


2500 




Morris av 




and Thirtieth Street Ex- 


2601 Scott 


..2600 


900 


Sixth 


.. 900 


tension Homestead. 


av N to Rickard. 


2701 Devlsadero 


..2700 




Clinton 




Burrf tt, her Stockton and 


Bradford, fm Cortland 


2801 Broderick 


..2800 




Garden 


., 


Powell fm Bush S. 


av N to California av BH. 
Brady, bPt Potter and 


2901 Baker 


2900 




Jones place 




Burrows, betFelton and 


(e) Lyon 


.. ffi) 




Gilbert 




Bacon fm Potrero av W, 


Hermann fm Market SE to 






1001 


Seventh 


..1000 


U. M. T. 


Mipp'on, 


Broderick, bet Devisa- 




Langton 




Burton, E of .^an Bruno 


Brady Place, bet Green 
and Union fm Larkin E. 


dero and Baker fm Wnllpi* 




White place 




Road 4 miles fm City Hall. 


to Lewis. 






Decatur 




Bush, bet Sutter and Pine 


See Rockland. 


We.'it. Street. E. side. 


1101 


Eighth 


..1100 


tm Market W to Central av 


Brannan,het Bryant and 


1 Waller 


2 


1117 


Converse 




South. Street. N. side. 


Townsend S W fm Beale to 


101 Haight 


.. 100 




Preston place 


..1118 


1 Market and Front 2 


Potrero av. 


201 Page 


.. 200 


1201 


Ninth 


..1200 


101 Battery 100 


S.E. Street. JV. W. 


301 Oak 


. 300 




Dore 


,. 


201 Sansome 200 


1 Beale 2 


401 Fell 


.. 400 


1301 


Tenth 


..1300 


Burnett place 206 


101 Fremont 100 


501 Hayes 


.. 500 


(e) 


Eleventh 


..(e) 


301 Montgomerj' 300 


201 First 200 


601 Grove 


. 600 


Bryant Avenue, 


bet 


306 Rubs allev 


.SOI Seeond 300 


701 Fulton 


. 700 


York and Florida fmlChan- 


311 Trinity.^ 


311 Stanford. 


801 McAllister 


.. 800 


ne 


S to Serpentine av. 


Belden 342 


Central place 


901 Golden Gate av... 
1001 Turk 


.. 900 
.1000 


Bryant Avenue, 

Eighth and Ninth. 


bet 

See 


401 Kearny 400 

St George alley 406 


371 Thompson avenue 


401 Third 400 

417 Ritch 416 


1101 Eddy 

1201 Ellis 


.1100 
..1200 


Preston Place. 
Buchanan, bet Laguna 


407 Clara lane 


433 Marv lane 


Zoe 430 


1301 O'Farrell 


..1300 


and Webster fm Market N 


501 Dupont 500 


501 Fourth 500 


1401 Gpary 


.1400 


to Lewis. 




Chatham place 518 


601 Fifth 600 

701 Sixth 700 


Garden av 


;i500 


W. 
1 


Street. E. side. 
Market 2 


601 Stockton 600 

603 Burritt - — • 


1501 Post 


Clinton. 


1601 Sutter 


.1600 


101 


Kate 


.. 100 


Monroe 610 


Geneva 


1701 Bush 


.1700 


201 


Waller. 


.. 200 


615 Chelsea place 


Boardman place... 


1801 Pine 


..1800 


301 


Haight 


.. 300 


701 Powell 700 


Brannan place 


1901 California 


..1900 




Rose avenue 




Bush-street place. 714 


Gilbert 


2001 Sacramento 


.2000 


401 


Page 


. 400 


801 Ma.son 800 


801 Seventh 800 


2101 Clav 


.2100 




Lily avenue 




901 Taylor 900 


Norton court 


2201 Washington 


.2200 


501 


Oak 


. 500 


1001 .Jones 1000 


901 Eierhth 900 


2301 .Jackson 


.2300 




Hickory avenue. 




1101 Leavenworth 1100 


Converse 


2401 Pacific 


.2400 


601 


Fell 


. 600 


1201 Hyde 1200 


1001 Ninth 1000 

Brannan Place, bet 


2501 Broadway 

2601 Vallejo 


.2500 
.2600 


701 


Linden avenue... 
Hayes 


'. 700 


- — Edward 


1301 Larkin 1300 


Si.xth and Seventh fm 


2701 Green 


.2700 




Ivy avenue 




1401 Polk 140O 


Brannan SF. 


2801 Union 


.2800 


801 


Grove 


. 800 


1501 Van Ness avenue..l500 


Brazil Avenue. E.xcel- 


2901 Filbert 


.2900 




Birch avenue 




1601 Franklin 1600 


Bior Homestead Associa- 


3001 Greenwich 


.3000 


901 


Fulton 


. 900 


1701 Gough 1700 


tion. 
Brenham Place, bet 


3101 Lombard 

3201 Che»^tnut 


.3100 
.3200 


1001 


Ash avenue 


.'lOOO 


1801 Octavia ISOO 

1901 Laguna 1900 


McAllister 


Kearny and Dupont fm 


3.301 Francisco 


.3300 




Locust avenue.... 




2001 Buchanan 2000 


Clav to Washington. 
Brewster, fm Hope SW 
to California av,BH. 


3401 Bay 


..3400 
.3500 
.3600 


1101 
1201 


Golden Gate av„. 
Elm avenue 


.1100 
;i200 


2101 Webster 2100 

2201 Fillmore 2200 

2301 Steiner 2300 


.3501 North Point 

3601 Beach 


Turk 


Bridee, bet Leavenworth 


3701 Jefferson 


..3700 




Lauiel avenue.... 


. 


2401 Pierce 2400 


anil Hyde fm Broadway S. 
Brieht, nr San Miguel 


3801 Tonquln 

(e) Lewis 


.3800 
• (e) 


1301 


Eddy 

Willow avenue ... 


.1300 


2501 Scott 2500 


2601 Devlsadero 2600' 


Station. 






1401 


Ellis 


.1400 


2701 Broderick 2700 


Broad, W s OH San Jos6 


Broderick Avenue, 




Olive avenue 




2801 Baker. 2800 


Road nr San Miguel Sta- 


bet Kipveu'h and Potter 


1501 


O'Farrell 


.1.500 


2901 Lyon 2900 ■ 


tion. 


fm Market S. 




1601 


Geary 


.1600 


(e) Central avenue (e) » 


Broad's Place, bet 


Bronte, bet Mercer and 


1701 


Post 


.1700 


Bush-st Place, bet 


Hyde and Larkin fm Bush 


Putnam fm Cortland 


avS 


1801 


Sutter. 


.1800 


Powell and Mason fm , 


N. 


to San Bruno Road, B. H. 


1901 


Bush 


.1900 


Bush N. 


Broadway, bet Pacific 


Brook, fm Dolores nr 


2001 


Pine 


.2000 


Butler, fm California av 


and Vallejo fm Davis W. 


Thirtieth E to San 


Jos6 


2101 


California 


.2100 


S to Cortland av,B H. 


South. Street. JST. side. 


Road. 




2-201 


Pacrumeuto 


.2200 


Butte.betSolnno and Napa 


1 Davis 2 


Brooklyn Place 


. bet 


2301 


Clay..... 


.2:«0 


fm the bav W to Harris'.n 


101 Front 100 


Dupont and Stockton fm 


2401 


Washington 


.2400 


Byington, bet Kills and ; 


201 Battery 200 


Sacramento S. 




2501 


Jackson 


.2500 


O'Farrell fm Webster to ; 


Stevens alley 


Brook»<, bet Kearnj 


and 


2601 


Pacific 


.2600 


Steiner. 


301 Sansome 300 


Dupont fm Market to 


2701 


Broadway 


.•2700 


B.> rue. See Pea»>ody. 


321 Prescott 


Gi'ary. 




2801 


Vallejo 


.2800 


Bvron. tm Montcalm S to 


Bartol 840 


Brosnan, bet Ridley and 


2901 


Green 


.2900 


Hope, B H. 


401 M<intsomery 400 


Fourteenth fm Valencia 


3001 


Union 


.3000 


B.> r«M. See Regent. 


Rowland 


to Guerrero. 




3101 


Filbert 


.3100 


Byxbee, bet MontlwUo ; 


501 Kearny „ 500 


Brown's Alle.v. 


bet 




Plxley 




and Ralston fm Worcester 


Pincknev 620 


Hvde and Larkin fm Mc- 


3201 


Greenwich 


,3200 


av N. 


Montgomery av.... 


Allister N. 


1 




Moulton 




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C, bet B «nd D fm First av 
W. 

C*bot, bot SamoR^t and 
Star SK fm California av 
to Franconla av, B H. 

Catdell Alle.y, bet Da- 

pont and Stockton fm 
rnton N. 
Cadwallader, Tj of San 

Bnini) liiiad 4 miles from 

City Hall. 
Calaveras. l>et Amador 

and .Mendocino fm the bay 

W til Honduras. 
Caledonia Alle.r, l>et 

Valencia and Julian av fm 

Fifteenth N andS. 
Caltaoun, bet Sansome 

and Montgomery fm Green 

to Union 
California, bet Pine and 

Sacramento fm Market W 

South. .Street. xV. side. 

1 Market A Drumm 2 

101 Davlg 100 

201 Front 200 

301 Battery 300 

401 SauRome 400 

421 Leldesdorft 424 

801 Montgomery 500 

531 Spring 

Webb 532 

601 Kearny.. 600 

625 St Mary's place 

637 IJuincy 

701 Dnpont 700 

Sellna place 716 

725 Grace t«rrace 

801 Stockton 800 

Ellick lane 

Pratt place 812 

821 Prospect place 820 

Miles court 832 

901 Powell 900 

Gustavus 920 

1001 Mawjn 1000 

Cushman. 1016 

UOl Tavlor 1100 

1201 Jones. 12uO 

Highland Terrace.. 

1301 Leavenworth 1300 

Helen place 

1401 Hvde 1400 

1501 Larkin 1500 

1601 Polk leoo 

1701 Van Ness avenue .1700 

1801 Franklin 1800 

1901 (^ouuh 1900 

2001 Octavia -WOO 

2101 Lagiina 2100 

2201 Buchanan 2200 

2301 AVelister 2300 

.Middle 

2401 Fillmore 2400 

2501 Stelner.: 2500 

2601 Pierce 260O 

2701 Scott 2700 

2801 D-visadero 2800 

2901 Broderick 2900 

3001 Baker 3000 

3101 Lyon 3100 

3201 Central avenue 3200 

Walnut 3300 

Laurel :J400 

Locust 3500 

Spruce 3600 

Maple 3700 

3801 Cherrv 3800 

3901 First av 3900 

California Avenue, 

E of San .rn?e Road and W 

of ."^au Hnino Road, B H. 
California Sooth, bet 

California ami Clement fm 

Fir.-I av \V to Fifth av. 
Canibridge,bet Yale and 

O.xt.Td im Sliver av S, U. 

M. T. 
Camille Place, bet 

Tay lor andJones fmWash- 

Ington N. 
Camp, bet Sixteenth and 

Seventeenth fin Guerrero 

E. 
Campbell, bet Sixteenth 

an i Seventeenth fm Dolo- 

re.s E. 
Capilol. W of Old San 

Joi.6 Road nr San Miguel 

Station. 
Capp, bet Mipslon and 

Howard fm Fifteenth S 

to Serpentine av. 



Ecut. Street. W. tide. 

1 Fifteenth 2 

.\dalr 

101 Sixteenth 100 

201 Seventeenth 200 

301 ElKhteenth 300 

401 Nineteenth 400 

501 Twentieth 500 

601 Twenty-llrst 600 

7ol Twentv-sccond 700 

801 Twentv-third 800 

901 Twentv-fourth 900 

1001 Twentv-flfth 1000 

1101 Twenty-sixth IIOO 

(e) Serpentine avenue (e) 

Card Alley, bet Vallelo 
and Green fm Stockton W. 

Carl, bet Frederick and 
Sullivan fin Clavton W. 

CarlOHPlaccbet Powell 
and Mason Im D'Farrell S. 

Carolina, bet Wisconsin 
an I De Haro fm Eighth S 
to Napoleon. 

Caroline, bet Sixth and 
Seventh I'm Folsom SE. 

Caroline, bet Ninth and 
Tontli fm Howard SE. 

Caroline Place, bet 
Jackson and Pacific fm 
Powell E. 

Carr Place, bet Mason 
and Tavlor im Chestnuts. 

Cartha^ona. South S F, 
bet Yucatan and Bolivia 
fm San Bruno Road to 
County line. 

Carver, fm California av 
S to Powhattan, B H. 

Caae. \Vs San Bnino Road 
4 miles fm City Hall. 

Canelli Avenne. bet 
Eighteenth and Nine- 
teenth fm Douglass W. 

Castro, bet Noe and Dia- 
mond fin Ridley S 

Ca.vaga. West End Map 
No 1. 

Cedar, bet Davis and 
Front fm Clay to Wash- 
ington. 

Cedar Alley, bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth 
fm Dolores W. 

Cedar Avenne, bet 
Geary and Post fm Larkin 
W to Laeuna. 

Smith. Street. N. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 VanNessav 200 

:«1 Franklin .'JOO 

401 Gongh 400 

501 (ictavia 500 

Cedar I<ane, bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth fm 
Mission to Valencia. 

Central Court, bet 
G lUgh and Octavia fm 
Haight SW to Octavia. 

Center, bet El Dorado and 
Santa Clara fm the bay W 
to Harrison. 

Central. See Sargent 

Central Avenne, bet 
Lyon and Wa nut fm 
Geary N to Presidio Reser- 
vation. 

Central Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fin 
Pine S. 

Central Place, bet Sec- 
ond and Third fm Bryant 
to Brannan. 

t entral Road, fm Mc- 
,\ Ulster SWto Ocean View 
House. 

Centre,- bet Second and 
Third fm Bryant SE to 
South Park 

Chacc. fm lelals Creek S 
to Hecker. 

Chanibem, bet Pacific 
and Broadwayfm Davis to 
Batterv. 

Chamliers Alley, bet 
Powell and Mason fm 
Greenwich to Lombard. 

Cliannel. bet Berry and 
Hoiiper SW fm the bay to 
Eighth. 

Channel. W s San Bruno 
Koad 4 miles fm City HaU. 



Chapnltejnec. tm Cort- 
land av NE to Coso av. 
<'harit.v, Im Cadwallader 

NWto Islais Creek. 
ChnrlCH, bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde fm Gol- 
den Gate av N. 
Charles, S of Falrmount 
fin San Jos6 Road NW to 
Chenerv. 
Charles Place,bet First 
and Second fin Harrison to 
Essex pi. 
Charter Oak Ave- 
nue, f)et Boutwell and 
Eimira fm Islais Creek S 
to Woolscy. 
Chase, bet Williamson and 

MerrI field fm Geary N. 
Chatham Place, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Bush N. 
Chattanooga, t>et Dolo- 
res and Church fm Twen- 
ty-first S to Twenty-fourth 
Chelsea Place, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Bush S. 
Chener.v, S s Thirtieth S 
to Randall, thence SW to 
Castro. 
Cherry, bet Maple and 

First av fm California N. 
ChernbuDCO, fm Cort- 
land av NE to Coso av. 
Chesley, bet Seventh and 

Eiuhth fm Harrison SE. 
Chestnut, bet Lombard 
and Francisco W fm San- 
some to Presidio Reserva- 
tion. 
South. Street. y. side. 

1 Sansome .„ 2 

(c) Montgomery 

Winthrop 

101 Keamv 100 

201 Dupont 200 

Bellair place 224 

301 Stockton 300 

Chestnut alley 

401 Powell 400 

501 Mason 500 

Newell 

Amity 

Montgomery av... 

601 Tavlor 600 

701 .Jones 700 

801 Leavenworth 800 

901 Hvde 900 

1001 Larkin 1000 

1101 Polk 1100 

1201 Van Ness avenue .1200 

1.301 Franklin 1300 

1401 Gough ™H00 

1501 Octavia 1500 

1601 Lagnna 

1701 Buchanan 

1801 Webster 1800 

1901 Fillmore 1900 

2001 Steiner 2000 

2101 Pierce 2100 

2201 Scott 2200 

2.301 Devisailei-o 2.'W 

2401 Broderick 2400 

2.501 Baker 2500 

(e) Lyon (e) 

Chestnut Alley, bet 

Stockton and Powell fin 
Chestnut N. 

China, NW s Dry Dock 
Basin to Water Front. 

China Avenue, Excel- 
sior Homestead Associa- 
tion. 

Church, bet Dolores and 
Sanchez fm Ridley S to 
Thirtieth. 

Church liane, bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth fm 
Dolores W to Church. 

Church Place. See 
Edith. 

City Hall Avenue, fm 
Market opp Eighth to Park 
av. 

Clairvllle Place. See 
Oraham Place. 

Clara, bet Folsom and 
Harrison fm Ritch to 
Sixth. 

Clara Avenne, W of 
Douglass fm Eighteenth K 



Clara liane, bet Kearny 
and Dupont fin Sutter N 
to Bush. 

Clarence Place, bet 

.Second and Third fm 
Townsend NW. 
Clarion Al l«y. bet 

Seventeenth and Willows 
fm Valencia to Mission. 
Clark, bet Jackson and 
Pacific fm Drumm to 
Frout. 
Clay, bet Sacramento and 

Washinuton W fm East 
South. Street. X. side. 

1 East 2 

101 Drumm 100 

301 Davis 200 

— Cedar 212 

301 Front 300 

401 Battery 400 

5i)l Sansome 500 

527 Leidesdonr 

601 Montgomery 600 

701 Kearny 

Brenham place 750 

801 Dupont 800 

813 Waverlv place 814 

SpoflTord 828 

901 Stockton 900 

Clay avenue 916 

Parker alley 

917 Prospect place 

1001 Powell 1000 

1015 Tay 

Wetmore place 1016 

1101 Mason ..: 1100 

— - Verba Buena 1115 

1201 Tavlor 1200 

r-m Jones 1300 

Priest 

Reed 

1401 Leavenworth 1400 

1501 Hyde 1500 

Torrens court. 

1601 Larkin 1600 

1701 Polk 170O 

1801 Van Ness avenue. 1800 
1901 FrankUn 1900 

Gough 

Lafayette Park 

2201 Lagana. 2200 

2:»1 Buchanan 230*i 

2401 Webster 2400 

2501 Fillmore 2500 

2001 Steiner 

2701 Pierce 

2S01 Scott 2800 

2901 Devisadero 2T0O 

3 01 Broderick 3000 

3101 Baker 3100 

3201 Lvon 3200 

3-301 Central avenue 3.300 

:«01 Walnut »400 

aiOl Laurel 3.500 

3601 Locust 3600 

3701 Spruce :?700 

3301 Maple 3sOO 

3901 Cherry 3900 

(e) First avenne (e) 

Clay Avenue, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Clay N. 
Clayton, bet Ashbnry and 

Cole fm B''ulton 8. 
Cleaveland, bet Folsom 
and Harri.sou fm Seventh 
to Columbia Square. 
Clement, bet California 
and Point Lobos av fm 
First av W. 
Clement Place, bet 
Dupont and Stockton tm 
Green S. 
Clementina, bet How- 
ard and Folsom fm First 
SW. 
South. Street. JV. side. 
1 First 2 

(Jscar alley 

(6) S-cond (61 

(b) Third (ft) 

301 Fourth .300 

401 Fifth 400 

(6) Sixth (6) 

(6) Seventh (6) 

701 Ei.'hth 700 

(6) Ninth (6) 

Clinton, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Bryant to SE 
of Brannan. 

Clinton Park, bet Rid- 
ley and Fourteenth fm 
Guerrero W. 




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Clipper, bet Twenty-fifth 
and Twenty-sixth fm Old 
San Jose Road W to Doug- 

Clyde, bet Third and 

Fourth fin Townsend NW 

Codman Place, bet 

Powell and Mason fm 
■Washington S. 

Cohen Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm El- 
lis S. 

Colin Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 
Jackson S. 

Cole, W of Clayton S fm 
Fulton to Carl. 

College, bet Dartmouth 
and University fm Silver 
av S, U. M. T. 

Colleg^e Place, bet Lar- 
kin and Polk fm Hayes N. 

Collin^wood, bet Cas- 
tro and Diamond fm Sev- 
enteenth S to Twenty-sec- 
ond. 

Collins, bet Wood and 
Blake fm Geary N. 

Colorado, bet Mexico 
and Arizona fm Water 
Front S to India. 

Col ton, bet Market and 
Mission fm Brady E. 

Columbia, bet Nine- 
tee oth and Twentieth. 

Colnmbla, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Folsom to 
Harrison. 
See Cumberland. 

Columbia, bet Bryant a v 
and Harrison. See Flor- 
ida. 

Columbia Place, S s 
Preclta av S to California 
av, B H. 

Columbia Place, bet 
Bryant and Brannan. See 
Fargo Place. 

Columbia Square, bet 

Folsom and Harrison, 
Sherman and Columbia. 
Colusa, bet Yolo and 
Marin fm the bay W to 
Nebraska 
Commerce, bet Green 
and Union fm the bay to 
Battery 
Commercial, bet Sac- 
ramento and Clay fm East 
to Dupont 
JSmith. Street. N. side. 

1 East 2 

101 Drumm 100 

201 Davis 200 

301 Front 300 

401 Battery 400 

501 Sansome .500 

525 Leidesdorff. 524 

601 Montgomery 600 

701 Kearny 700 

(e) Dupont (e) 

Concord Avenue, 

West End Map No 2. 

Conodon, nr junction 
San Bruno Road and Sil- 
ver av. 

Confcling, bet Layton 
and WaterviUe fm Silver 
av N to Silver Terrace 
Homestead. 

Connecticut, bet Mis- 
souri and Arkaneas fm 
Center S to Tulare. 

Converse, bet Eighth 
and Ninth fm Bryant S. 

Cook, bet Blake and 
Boyce fm Geary N. 

Cooper's Alley, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Jackson S. 

Corbett Boad, fm Clara 
av SW to Casein av. 

Corea, South S F, bet Ba- 
hama and Marquesas fm 
Schneider to Water Front. 

Cortex, fm California av 
bet Montcalm and Samo- 
set E to Franconia av. 

Cortland Avenue, fm 
San Jose Road nr Thirti- 
eth E to San Bruno Koad. 



Coso Avenue, fm North 

av NW to California av. 
Costa Rica, South S F, 
bet Martinique and Ma- 
deira fm Railroad av to 
County line. 
Cotta, Spring Valley 

Homestead Association. 
Cottage Place, bet 
Geary and Post fm Jones 
E. 
Cottage Place, bet Clay 
and Washington fm Tay- 
lor W. 
Cottage Row, bet Web- 
ster and Fillmore fm Sut- 
ter N. 
Cotter, Academy Tract. 
County Road or San 
Jose Road, fm termi- 
nation of Mission SW to 
County line. 
Craut, bet Edinburg and 
Madrid fm Islais Creek SE 
Excelsior Homestead. 
Creek I^ane, bet Thir- 
teenth and Fourteenth fm 
Howard to Folsom 
Crescent Avenue, fm 
San Jose Road nr St Ma- 
ry's College E to San Bru- 
no Road. 
Croce, Academy Tract. 
Crocker, S s Stevenson 
av bet Brady and Hermann 
Cronogne Avenue. 
bet Guerrero and Dolores 
fm Twenty-second S. 
Crooks, bet Third and 
Fourth fm Townsend 
NW. 
Cross, San Miguel, West 

End Map No 1. 
Crystal, Railroad Home- 
stead Association. 
Cumberlan«l, bet Nine- 
teenth and Twentieth fm 
Guerrero to Noe. 
Cumberland Place, 
bet Nineteenth and Twen- 
tieth fm Valencia W. 
Cnsknian, bet Mason 
and Taylor fm California 
to Sacramento. 
Custom House Place, 
bet Battery and Sansome 
fm Washington to Jack- 
son. 
C u V i e r , Spring Valley 

Homestead Association. 
Cypress Alley, bet 
Howard and Capp fm 
Twenty -fourth to Twen- 
tv-sixth. 
». bet C and Golden Gate 

Park fm First av W. 
», South S F. See Kas- 

kaskia. 
I>acotali, fm Water 

Fronts to India. 
Dale Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 
Golden Gate av S. 
Dame, bet Chenery and 
Whitney S s Thirtieth to 
Randall. 
Danvers, fm Caselli av 

NW to Corbett Road. 
Dartmoutli, bet Bow- 
doin and College fm Sliver 
av S, U. M. T. 
Davis, bet Drumm and 
Front N fm Market to 
Vallejo. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Pine.. 2 

101 California 100 

109 Parrott alle.v 

201 Sacramento 200 

215 Commercial 214 

301 Clay 300 

id) Merchant (d) 

401 Washington 400 

411 Uregon 410 

501 Jackson „ 500 

513 Clark 514 

601 Pacific id) 

619 Chambers (d 

701 Broadway (d' 

:(«) Vallelo fe 

Dawson Place, bet Sac- 
ramento and Clay fm 
Mason E. 



Day, bet Twenty-ninth 

and Thirtieth fm Old San 

Jose Road W to Bellevue. 

Day, bet Seventeenth and 

Eighteenth fm Dolores E. 

De Boom, bet Bryant 

and Brannan fm Second 

NE. 

DelIaro,bet Carolina and 

Rhode Island fm Eighth S 

to Precita Creek. 

DeKalb, fm Cortland av 

S to Crescent av. 
De T.ong, San Miguel. 
Dearborn Place, bet 
Valencia and Guerrero fm 
Seventeenth S. 
Decatur. See Roscoe 
Decatur, bet Seventb 
and Eighth fm Bryant to 
Brannan. 
Decker Alley, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm Sev- 
enth SW. 
Dehone, bet Church and 
Sanchez fm Sixteenth to 
Seventeenth. 
Delaware, bet Massa- 
chusetts and Maryland fm 
Solano S to Honduras. 
Delaware Avenue, 
bet Otsego and San Jose 
Road, San Miguel. 
Delaivare Avenue. 
City Land Association. 
See Worcester Ave- 
nue. 
Delaware Court, bet 
Powell and Mason fm 
Sutter N. 
Delgado Place, bet 
Green and Union fm 
Hyde E. 
Delta Place, E s Mason 

bet Sutter and Bush. 
Denmark, South S F, 
bet Honduras and Mon- 
tenegro fm Islais to China 
Dent Place, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Jack- 
son N. 
Derby, bet Geary and 
Post fm Mason to "Taylor. 
Devisadero, bet Scott 
and Broderick fm Ridley 
Nto Lewis. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Ridley 2 

101 Waller. 100 

201 Haight 200 

301 Page 300 

401 Oak 400 

501 Fell 500 

601 Hayes 600 

7'il Grove 700 

801 Fulton 800 

901 McAllister 900 

1001 Golden Gate av 1000 

1101 Turk 1100 

1201 Eddy 1200 

1301 Ellis 1300 

1401 O'Farrell 1400 

1501 Geary 1500 

1601 Post 1600 

1701 Sutter 1700 

1801 Bush .1800 

1901 Pine 1900 

2001 California 2000 

2101 Sacramento 2100 

2201 Clay 2200 

2301 Washington 2:«)0 

2401 Jackson 2400 

2501 Pacific 2500 

2601 Broadway 2600 

2701 Vallejo 2700 

2801 Greea 2800 

29ol Union 2900 

3001 Filbert 3000 

3101 Greenwich 3100 

3201 Lombard 3200 

3301 Chestnut 3300 

3401 Francisco 3400 

3501 Bay 3500 

3601 North Point 3600 

3701 Beach 3700 

3801 Jefferson 380(i 

3901 Tonquin 3900 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Devrees, B of San Bruno 
Koad 3 miles fm City Hall. 

Dewey, bet Third and 
Fourth fm King to Berry. 



Dexter, bet Spear and 
Main fm Howards. 

Diamond, bet Castro and 
Douglass fm Seventeenth 
S to Thirtieth. 

Diamond, VIsitacion 
Valley. See Medford. 

Dickerson, E s San Bru- 
no Road, 2>^ miles fm City 
Hall. 

Digby, fm El Monte SE 
to Beacon. 

Dikeman Place, bet 
Ellis and O'Farrell fm Ma- 
son W. 

Dock, bet Union and Fil- 
bert fm Battery E. 

Dock, South S F, bet Tevls 
and Ship fm St Thomas 
SW to County line. 

Dodge, bet Hyde and 
Larkin fm Turk S. 

Dolores,bet Guerrero and 
Church fm Markets to Old 
San Job6 Road. 

East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

Baltimore Park.... 

101 Fourteenth lOO 

201 Fifteenth 200 

Albert alley... 

Wells avenue 

301 Sixteenth 300 

Church lane 

Campbell 

401 Seventeenth., 400' 

Railway ,... 

Dorland 

501 Eighteenth 500 

601 Nineteenth 600 

Cumberland 

701 Twentieth 700 

Liberty 

801 Twenty-first 800 

901 Twenty-second 900 

1001 Twenty-third 1000 

1101 Twenty -fourth... .1100 

1201 Twenty-fifth'."!!."!.'l200 

Clipper 

1301 Twenty-sixth 1300 

Army 

1401 Twenty-seventh. ..1400 

Duncan 

1501 Twenty-eighth 1500 

Valley 

1601 Twenty-ninth 1600 

Day 

Thirtieth 

Dominica, South S F, 
bet Manitoba and Servia 
fm Islais to Water Front. 

Dora. See I<angton. 

Dore, bet Ninth and 
Tenth fm Harrison to 
Brannan. 

Dore Alley, bet Powell 
and Mason fm Jackson S. 

Dorland, bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth fm 
E of Dolores W to San- 
chez. 

Douglas Place, bet 
Harrison and Folsom fm 
Beale E. 

Douglass, bet Diamond 
and Ellen fm Seventeenth 
S to Thirtieth. 

Dover, bet First and Sec- 
ond fm Rincon pi S to 
Townsend. 

Dow Place, bet Folsom 
and Harrison fm Second 
SW to Hawthorne. 

Downe.>',bet Seventh and 
Eighth fm Bryant S. See 
JLangton. 

Drumm, bet East and 
Davis N fm Market to Pa- 
cific. 
West. Street E. side. 

1 Market and Cal'a.. 2 

101 Sacramento..._ 100 

115 Commercial. 116 

201 Clay 200 

6) Merchant 214 

"1 Washington 300 

Oregon 

401 Jackson 400 

409 Clark 

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Drary l.ane,bet FoUom 
and UarrlKun fm Seventh 
to Langton 

Dry, nr Junction, ^V s 
Old San Job6 Road bet 
Twentv-nlnth and Thir- 
tieth Wto Bellevue. 

I>uan«, bet Lombard and 
Ch'vstnvit fm Jones W. 

Dublin. Excelblor Uome- 
steod Association. 

Duniconibe Alley, 
bet Kearnv and Dupont 
tin .lackson N. 

Dunbar All«7°< bet 
Blontgomery and Kearny 
fni Merchant to Washing- 
ton. 

Duncan, bet Tweuty- 
HevcDtU and Twent.v- 
olf-'hth fm Old San Jos6 
Ildnil W to Bellevue. 

Duncan Court, bet Du- 

gont and Stockton fm 
iroadwav N. 
Dunkirk, bet Rosecrans 
and I'rentlss f m California 
av .S to I'owhattan. 
Dunn Alley, bet Broad- 
way and Vallejo fm Kear- 
ny E. 
Dupont, bet Kearny and 
Stockton N fm Market to 
Beach. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market AO'Farrell 2 

101 Geary 100 

Hi Morton 110 

201 Poet 200 

Ashburton place... 208 

213 Stockton place 

219 MIUs place 

Tillman alley 

301 Sutter 300 

Martin 312 

313 Harlan place 

401 Bush 400 

501 Pine 500 

505 Virginia court 

601 Caiifomia 600 

Mansion House pi 

701 Sacramento.... 700 

Oommerclal 714 

801 Clay 800 

901 Washington 900 

923 Hall Court 

1001 Jackson 1000 

1021 Sullivan alley 

1101 Paciac 1100 

Dupontalley 1126 

1201 Broadway 1200 

Montgomery av.... 

Hinckley 

1301 Vallejo 1300 

1401 Green 1400 

1501 Union 1500 

Noble's alley 1506 

1601 Kilbert 1600 

Pardee alley 

- — (jerke aUey 1618 

1701 Greenwich 1700 

1709 Edith place 

Edgar place 

1801 Lombard 1800 

1901 Chestnut 1900 

Pfeifler 

2001 Francisco 2000 

2101 Bay 2100 

2201 North Point 2200 

(e) Beach (e) 

Dupont Alley, bet Pa- 
cific and Broadway (m 
Dupont E to Montgom- 
ery av. 
Dupont Place. See 
91 a n a 1 o n House 
Place. 
Dwiirht, bet Woolsey and 
Olmstead fm San Bruno 
Road W.U.M. T. 
E, South S F. See eila. 
East, fm Folsom NW to 

Pacific, fronting the bay. 
We4t. Street. E. tide. 

1 Folsom (d) 

101 Howard (rf) 

201 Mission (d) 

301 Market.. (d) 

401 Clay „.... (d) 

Merchant...... id) 

501 Washington (d) 

601 Jackson (d) 

(«) Pacific (e) 



Eaat Van Neiia Ave- 
nue, fm coiner Union 
and Polk NW to Lombard 
and Van Ness Av. 

Eaton Alley, bet Pow- 
ell and Mason I'm Green S. 

Eoker, bet First and Sec- 
ond fni Market to Mission. 

Ecuador, South S F. bet 
ArRcntlne and Nicaragua 
fm San Bruno Koad to 
County line. 

Eddy, bet Turk and Ellis 
Wfm Junction Powell and 
Market. 

South. Street. N. side. 
1 Market and Powell 2 

Glasgow 14 

27 Eddy place 

101 Mason lOO 

201 Taylor 20O 

301 Jones. 300 

Wagner alley 

401 Leavenworth 400 

501 Hvde 500 

601 Larkin 600 

701 Polk 700 

801 Van Ness avenue. 800 
901 Franklin 900 

Gough 1000 

Octavia 1100 

1201 Laguna 1200 

1301 Buchanan 1300 

1401 Webster 1400 

1501 Fillmore 1500 

1601 Stelner 1600 

1701 Pierce 1700 

Farren avenue 

1801 Scott 1800 

1901 Devisadero 1900 

2001 Broderick 2000 

(e) St. Joseph's av (e) 

Eddy Place, bet Mason 

and Market f m Eddy. 
Edgrar Place, bet 
Greenwich and Lombard 
fm Dupont W. 
Edinbnrsli, Excelsior 

Homestead Association. 
Edith, bet Greenwich and 

Lombard fm Dupont W. 
Edward, bet Hyde and 

Larkin fm Bush N. 
Eigrtateenth, bet Seven- 
teenth and Nineteenth fm 
Harrison W. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Harrison 2 

101 Folsom 100 

119 Shotwell 118 

201 Howard 200 

219 Capp 218 

301 Mission 300 

Jessie 

Stevenson 

401 Valencia 400 

501 Guerrero 500 

Dolores 600 

701 Church 700 

801 Sanchez 800 

901 Noe 900 

CoUingwood 

1001 Castro 1000 

1101 Diamond 1100 

Eureka 

1201 Douglass 1200 

Eiglitecntli Avenue, 
South SF. See Algeria 
Eighteenth Avenue, 
bet Seventeenth and Nine- 
teenth avs from Presidio 
Reservation S. 
Eighth, bet Seventh and 
Ninth fm Market SE to 

East Street. W.side- 

1 Market 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

101 Mission 100 

115 Minna 114 

Natoma. 

201 Howard 200 

205 Nnuan's alley, 

(6) Tehama 

Clementina 

301 Folsom 300 

Shipley 

Heron 

401 Harrison 400 

501 Brvant 500 

601 Brannan 600 

Townsend 



Eighth Avenue, be^ 

Seventh and Ninth avs 
fin Presidio Reservation 
S to 0. 
Eighth A venue. South 

S F. See Bahama. 
El Dorado, bet Alameda 
and Center fm the bay to 
Sixth and fm Eighth to 
Harrison. 
El Monte, fm Beacon W 
to Castro, Falrmount Tract 
EldrldgC' bet Harrison 
and Bryant Seventh and 
Eik'htli, E and W sides 
Chesiey. 
Eleventh, bet Tenth and 
Twelfth fm Market SE to 
Bryant. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

101 Mission 100 

201 Howard 200 

Bowie avenue 

Henrietta square.. 

301 Folsom 300 

401 Harrison 400 

(e) Bryant (e) 

Eleventh Avenue, bet 
Tenth and Tweltth avs fm 
Presidio Reservation S to S 
Eleventh Avenue, 
South S F. See Mani- 
toba. 
Elgin Park Avenue, 
S s Market tiet Valencia 
and Guerrero. 
EliJta,bet Taylor and Jones 

See Marion Place. 
Eliza Place, bet Taylor 
and .Jones tin Washington 
N. 
Elizabeth, bet Twenty- 
second and Twenty-third 
fni San Jos6 av W. 
Elizabeth, bet Third and 
Fourth fm Folsom SB to 
Louisa. 
Elk, fm Cadwallader N to 

Islals Creek. 
Elkham Terrace, oflf 

Bush nr Pierce 
Ellen, bet Douglass and 
Bellevue fm Elizabeth S 
to Thirtieth. 
Ellen, bet Seventh and 

Eighth fm Harrison S. 
Ellery, bet First and Sec- 
ond fm Bryant SE to Fed- 
eral. 
El lick Alley, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm Pa- 
cific N. 
Ellick I<ane, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Califor- 
nia N. 
Elliot Park, bet Gearv 
and 0' Farrell fm Stelner W 
Ellis, bet Eddy and O'Far- 
rell W fm Junction Stock- 
ton and Market. 
South. Street. N. side- 
1 Market & Stockton 2 

101 Powell 100 

111 Glasgow — — 

201 Mason 200 

301 Taylor 300 

401 Jones 400 

501 Leavenworth 500 

601 Hvde 600 

701 La kin 700 

801 Polk 800 

901 Van Ness avenue.. 900 

1001 Franklin 1000 

1101 Gough 1100 

1201 Octavia 1200 

1301 Laguna 1300 

1401 Buchanan 1400 

Hollis 

1501 Webster 1500 

Folger alley 

1601 Fillmore 1600 

1701 Stelner 1700 

Bourbln place 

1801 Pierce 1800 

Farren avenue 

1901 Scott 1900 

Beldeman 

2001 Devisadero 2000 

2101 Broderick 2100 

(e) St. Joseph's av (e) 

EllH worth, fm California 
av S to Cortland av, B H. 



Elm Avenue, bet Gol- 
den Gate av and Tnrk fm 
Larklu W. 

South. Street. N.tlde. 

I Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

{b) Gough (6) 

Jetlerson Square... 

Elmlra, bet Watervllle 
and Charter Oak av fm 
Islals Creek S to Silver av. 

Emma, bet Rush and 
Pine fm .Stockton E. 

Emma. .See I^edyard. 

Emma Place, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Chestnuts. 

Emmet Place, bet Cal- 
ifornia and Sacramento fm 
Stockton W. 

Erie, bet Thirteenth and 
Fourteenth Im Mission to 
Howard 

Esmeralda Avenue, 
fm North av NW to Cali- 
fornia av. 

Essex, bet First and Sec- 
ond fm Folsom to Harrison 

Essex Place,bet Folsom 
and Harrison fm Essex W 
to Charles pi. 

Estefana,Junctlon Heck- 
er and Strlngham SW to 
Islals Creek. 

Eugenia, bet Josephine 
and Wood fm Geary N. 

Eugenia, bet Virginia 
and (Xirtland avs fm Mis- 
sion E, B H. 

Eureka, bet Diamond 
and Douglass fm Seven- 
teenth S to Twenty-third. 

Eureka. See Yuma. 

Eureka Place, bet 
Bush and Pine fm Larkin 
E. 

Eve, W 8 San Bruno Road 
W to California av, B H 

Everett, bet Mission and 
Howard fm Third to 
Fourth. 

Ewer Place, bet Sacra- 
mento and Clav tm Mason 
W. 

Ewing Place, bet Post 
and Sutter fm Laguna W. 

Exeter, bet Crane and 
Gould fm Paul av S to 
Salinas. 

F, South SF. See Talla- 
poosa. 

Fair Avenue, fm Cali- 
fornia av W to San Jos6 
Road. 

Fair Oaks, bet Guerrero 
and Dolores fm Eigh- 
teenth to Nineteenth and 
fm Twenty-first to Twen- 
ty-fourth 

Falrmount, S of Ran- 
dall fm San Jose Road W 
to Bcmis 

Faitli, fm California av N 
AV to Brewster, B H 

Falcon Place, bet 
Broadway and Vallejo fm 
Taylor E. 

Falkland, South S F, 
bet Teuerlfte and Sumatra 
fm San Joaquin to Water 
Front. 

Falmouth, bet Fifth 
and Sixth from Folsom to 
Shipley. 

Fargo Place, bet Bry- 
ant and Brannan fta 
Boardman pi SW. 

Farragnt Avenue, 
San Miguel. 

Farnlloncs, Railroad 
Homestead. 

Farren Avenue, bet 
Scott and Pierce fm Eddy 
N. 

Federal, be^t Bryant and 
Brannan fm First SW. 

Fell, bet Oak and Hayes W 
fm Junction Polk and Mar- 
ket. 

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101 Van Ness avenue . 100 

201 Franklin 200 

301 Gough 300 

401 Octavla 400 

501 Laguna 500 

601 Buchanan 600 

701 Webster 700 

801 Fillmore 800 

901 Steiner 900 

1001 Pierce 1000 

1101 Scott 1100 

1201 Devisadero 1200 

1301 Broderlck 1300 

1401 Baker 1400 

LyoD 1500 

Lett IfiOO 

Masonic avenue.. .1700 

Ashbnry 1800 

Clayton 1900 

Cole 2000 

Shrader 2100 

(e) Stanyan (e) 

Fella Place, bet Bush 

and Pine fm Powell E. 
Fellon, bet Sllliman and 
Burrows fm San Bruno 
Road SW to La Grand av. 
Fern Avenue, bet Sutter 
and Bush fm Larkln to La- 
guna. 
South. Street.'- N'. side. 

1 Larkin...: 2 

101 Polk A-. 100 

201 Van Ne8B»«venue. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavla 500 

601 Laguna 600 

Ferrie. See Blake. 
Fielding:, bet Mason and 

Taylor fm Lombard N. 
Fifleentb, bet Four- 
teenth and Sixteenth fm 
Harrison W. 
Smith Street. JSf. side. 

1 Harrison 2 

101 Folsom 100 

Shotwell 

201 Howard 200 

Natoma 

217 Capp 

Minna 

301 Mission 300 

Lid a place 

Julian avenue 

Caledonia alley 

401 Valencia 400 

501 Guerrero 500 

601 Dolores 600 

701 Church 700 

801 Sanchez 800 

901 Noe 900 

1001 Castro 1000 

Fifieentli Avenue, 
South S F. See Tener- 
iflTe. 
Fifleentb Avenue, 
bet Fourteenth and Six- 
teenth avs fm Presidio 
lieservation S to W. 
Fifth, bet Fourth and 
Sixth fm Market SB to the 
bay. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 MarKet 2 

(6) Stevenson 14 

Mint av 22 

33 Jessie (6) 

101 Mission 100 

107 Minna 106 

125 Natoma 124 

201 Howard 200 

211 Tehama 210 

227 Clementina 226 

301 Folsom 300 

317 Shipley 316 

329 ( lara 328 

401 Harrison 400 

P<rry 

501 Bryant 500 

Tlliord 

601 Brannan 600 

Blu.Konie 

701 Townsend 700 

Jewett 

Kine 

801 Berry 800 

Channel 

Hooper 

Irwin 

Hubbell 

Finii Avenue, South S 
F. See St. Tliomas. 



Fifth Avenae, bet 
Fourth and Sixth avs, fm 
Presidio Reservation S to 
K. 

Fifth Avenue, bet 
Fifth and Sixth. See 
Averill Avenue. 

Figaro, bet Isabel and 
California av S fm Califor- 
nia av to Montcalm, B H. 

Filbert, bet Union and 
Greenwich W fm Front to 
Presidio Reservation. 

South. Street. N. side. 

1 Front 2 

101 Battery 100 

201 San.some 200 

Billings place 

Napier alley 

Norton place 

301 Montgomery 300 

401 Kearny 400 

407 Filbert place 

417 Varennes 

427 Grand place 

501 Dupont 500 

Medau place 504 

515 Jasper place 

Stockton 600 

701 Powell 700 

Gaven 706 

Montgomery av.... 

— Scotland 724 

801 Mason 800 

901 Taylor 900 

Roach 

1001 Jones 1000 

Attridge allev 

1101 Leavenworth 1100 

Randall place 

1201 Hvde 1200 

1301 Larkin 1300 

1401 Polk 1400 

1501 Van Ness avenue..l500 

1601 Franklin 1600 

1701" Gough 1700 

1801 Octavia 1800 

1901 Laguna 1900 

2001 Buchanan 2000 

2101 Webster 2100 

2201 Fillmore 2200 

2301 Steiner 2300 

2401 Pierce 2400 

2501 Scott 2500 

2601 Devisadero 2600 

2701 Broderlck 2700 

280J Baker. 2800 

(e) Lyon (e) 

Fi Ibert I»lace,bet Kear- 

nv and Dupont fm Union 

to Filbert. 
Fillmore, bet Webster 

and Steiner Nfm Ridley to 

Lewis. 
South. Street. E. side. 

1 Ridlev 2 

101 Kate 100 

Germania 

201 Waller 200 

301 Haight 300 

401 Page 400 

501 Oak 500 

601 Fell &<) 

701 Hayes 700 

801 Grove 800 

901 Fulton 900 

1001 McAllister 1000 

1101 Golden Gate av 1100 

1201 Turk 1200 

1301 Eddy 1300 

1401 Ellis 1400 

Bvington 

1501 n'Farrell 1500 

1601 Geary 1600 

1701 Post 1700 

1801 Sutter 1800 

1901 Bush 1900 

Wildey 

2001 Pine 2000 

2101 Cidifornia 210O 

2201 Sacramento 2200 

2301 Clav 2:«X) 

2401 Washington 2400 

2501 Jackson 2500 

2601 Pacific 2600 

2701 Broadway 2700 

2801 Vallejo 280O 

2901 Green 2; 00 

3001 Union 3000 

3101 Filbert 3100 

Pixley - — 

3201 Greenwich 3200 

Moulton 



3301 Lombard 3300 

3401 Chestnut 3400 

3501 Francisco 3500 

3601 Bay 3600 

3701 North Point 3700 

3801 Beach 3800 

3901 Jefferson 3900 

4001 Tonquln 4000 

(e) Lewis (ej 

First, bet Fremont and 

Second fm Market SE to 

the bay. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

Stevenson 22 

Jessie 46 

Lick alley „ 56 

101 Mission 100 

Minna 118 

Natoma 146 

Melius 

201 Howard 200 

Tehama 220 

223 Tehama place 

Clementina 248 

301 Folsom 300 

Guy place 318 

— - Boston place 320 

Laurel place 3.50 

401 Harrison 400 

Goodsell place 

Simpson place 416 

Alger place 

501 Bryant 500 

Federal .520 

601 Brannan 600 

• — Bluxome 

(e) Townsend (e) 

First A ve n ue, bet 
Mission and Valencia. See 
Julian Avenue. 

First Avenue, tin Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to J. 

First Avenue, South S 
F. See Honduras. 

Fisher Alley, bet Pa- 
cific and Broadway fm 
Powell E. 

Flint Alley, bet San- 
some and Battery fm Val- 
lejo S. 

Floral Orove. See 
Brooks. 

Florence, bet Taylor and 
Jones fm Broadway to 
Vallelo. 

Florida, bet Alabama 
and Bryant avfm Channel 
S to Serpentine av. 

Folger Alley, bet Web- 
ster and Fillmore fm Ellis 
S. 

Folsom, bet Howard and 
Harrison SW from East to 
Thirteenth thence S. 

S.E. Street. N.W.side. 

1 East 2 

((•) Steuart (c) 

101 Spear 100 

201 Main ; 200 

301 Beale 300 

315 Zoe place 

401 Fremont 400 

Baldwin court 408 

409 Grant place 

501 First 500 

Rodney 

543 Essex 

601 Second 600 

633 Hawthorne — - 

649 Hampton place 

701 Third 700 

717 Kitch 

761 Alice 

801 Fourth 800 

827 Miller place 

901 Fifth 900 

929 Falmouth 

1001 Sixth 1000 

1011 Caroline 

Harriet 1016 

1019 Columbia Square... 

Russ 1028 

1039 Sherman 

Moss 1042 

1101 Seventh IIOO 

1113 Langton 1114 

1127 Bruce pkce 

Rausch 1130 

1145 Otis place 

1201 Eighth 1200 

1301 Ninth 1300 

1401 Tenth 1400 



1417 Juniper 

1501 Eleventh 1500 

Norfolk 

1601 Twelfth leoO' 

1701 Thirteenth 1700 

Erie 

1801 Fourteenth 1800 

1901 Fifteenth 1900 

2001 Sixteenth 2000 

2101 Seventeenth 2100 

2201 Eighteenth 2200 

2301 Nineteenth 2300' 

2401 Twentieth 2400 

2.501 Twenty-first 2500 

2601 Twenty-.second....2600 

2701 Twenty-third 2700 

2801 Twenty-fourth 2800 

2901 Twenty -fifth 2900 

3001 Twenty-sixth. 3000' 

Folsom Avenue. See 
Otis Place. 

Foote Avenue, San Mi- 
guel. 

Ford, bet Seventeenth and 
Eighteenth fm Sanchez AV 
to Castro. 

Fortieth Avenue, 
South S F. See Porto 
Rico. 

Fortieth Avenue, fm 
City Cemetery S. 

Forty-eighth Avenue 
fm City Cemetery S. 

Forty -eighth Ave- 
nue, South S F. See 
Carthagena. 

Forty-tifth Avenue, 
fm City Cemetery S. 

Forty-fifth Avenue, 
South S F. See Nica- 
ragua. 

Forty-first Avenue, 
fm City Cemetery S. 

Forty-first Avenue, 
South SF. See San Do- 
mingo. 

Forty - fourth Ave- 
nue, fm City Cemetery S. 

Fo rty-fourth Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
Fcuador. 

Forty-ninth Avenue, 
fm B, south to J. 

Forty-ninth Avenue 
South S F. See Bolivia 

Forty-second Av- 
enue, fm City Cemetery 
S. 

Forty-second Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
Cinateiuala. 

Forty-seventh Ave- 
nue, fm City Cemetery 
S. 

Forty -seventh Ave- 
nue, South S F. See 
Yucatan. 

Fort.r-sixth Avenue, 
fm City Cemetery 8. 

Forty-sixth Avenue, 
South S F. See Tahiti. 

Forty-third Aveuue, 
f m City Cemetery S. 

Forty-third Avenue, 
South S F. See Argen- 
tine. 

Fountain, bet Ellen and 
Bellevue fm Twenty- 
fourth to Twt-nty-sixth 

Fourteenth, bet Thir- 
teenth and Fifteenth fin 
Harrison W. 

South. Street. M. side. 

■ 1 Harrison 2 

101 Folsom 100 

Shotwell : 

201 Howard 200 

Natoma 

Minna 

301 Mission 300 

Julian avenue 

401 Valencia 400 

501 Guerrero 500 

601 Dolores 600 

Market _ „... 

701 Church 700 

801 Sanchez 800 

901 Noe 900 

lOni (iastro 1000 

Fourteenth Avenue, 
Snuth SF. See Para- 
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Coarleenth Avenue, 

fm PrcsUilo Reservation 

south to V. 
Vourth, bet Third and 

Fltth fm Market SE to the 

bay. 
East. Street. \V. side. 
1 Market 2 

21 Stevenson 

31 Jessie 30 

101 Ml-islon 100 

117 Minna 116 

133 Everetr. 

201 Howard 200 

219 Tehama 218 

■243 Clementina 242 

301 Folsoni :JO0 

317 Louisa 316 

33:{ Clara 332 

401 Harrison 400 

418 Perrv 416 

431 Silver 

5CU Brvant 500 

Slii Wilsh 

537 Freelon 

601 Brannan 600 

Biuxome 620 

701 Townsend 700 

Jewett 

Kini? 

801 Berry 800 

Channel 

Hoop r 

Irwin 

Hubbell 

fourth Avenue, fm 
Presidio Reservation S to 
K. 
Fourth Avenue, South 

S F. See TIanila. 
Fourth Pla«e,bft Hyde 

ani Lorkin fm Pacific S. 
France Avenue, Ex- 
celsior Homestead Asso- 
ciation. 
Franpis. Academy Tract 
Fraiicl»»co. bet Chestnut 
anil Bay W fm Montgom- 
ery to Presidio Reserva- 
tion. 
South, fitreet. N. side. 

1 Montgomery 2 

AVintfirop 

(c) Kearny (c) 

101 Dupont _ 100 

Midway East... 

Bellalr place _„ 

201 Stockton 200 

Midway "West 

301 PoweU aOO 

401 Mason 400 

501 Taylor 500 

Montgomery av.... 

601 Jones 600 

701 Leavenworth 700 

801 Hvde 800 

901 Lartln. 800 

1001 Polk 1000 

1101 Van Ness avenue..llOO 

1201 Franklin 1200 

1301 GouKh 1300 

1401 Octavia 1400 

Lagnna 

Lobos Square 

1701 Webster 1700 

1801 Fillmore ;....1800 

1901 Steiner 1900 

2001 Pierce 2000 

2101 Scott 2100 

2201 Devisadero 2200 

2301 Broderlck 2300 

2401 Baker 2400 

Franconia Avenue, 

(e) Lyon (e) 

fm Hope SW to California 
av, BH. 
Frank Place, Det Pine 
and California fm Mason W 
Franklin, bet Van Kess 
av and Gough N fm Mar- 
ket to Lewis. 
West. Street. E. side 

1 Market and Page... 2 

Lllv avenue 

101 Oak 100 

Hlckorv avenue.... 

201 Fell 200 

Linden avenue 

301 Hayes 300 

Ivy avenue 

401 Grove 400 

Birch avenue 



501 Fulton 500 

.\sh avenue 

601 McAllister 600 

Locust avenue 

701 Golden Gate av 700 

Kim avenue 

801 Turk 800 

Laurel avenue 

901 Eddy 900 

WIUow avenue 

1001 Ellis 1000 

Olive avenue 

1101 O'Farrell 1100 

Myrtle avenue 

1201 Geary 1200 

Cedar avenue 

1301 J'o.st 1300 

Walnut avenue 

1401 Sutter 1400 

Fern avenue 

1501 Bush 1500 

1507 Austin 1508 

1601 Pine 1600 

1701 California 1700 

1801 Sacramento 1800 

1901 Clay 1900 

2001 Washington 2000 

2101 Jackson 2100 

2201 Pacific 2200 

2:»1 Broadway 2300 

2401 Vallejo „ 2400 

2501 Green 2500 

2601 Union 2600 

2701 Filbert 2700 

2801 Greenwich 2800 

2901 Lombard 2900 

3001 Chestnut :»00 

3101 Francisco 3100 

Bay 

Gov't Reservation 

i€) Lewis (e) 

Franklin Square, bet 
Santa Clara and Center, 
York and Jersey. 
Frederick, bet Bryant 
and Brannan. See Fed- 
eral. 
Frederick, bet Carl and 
Waller fm Masonic av W. 
Freclon. See Iilcw- 

ell.vn. 
Freelou, bet Bryant and 
Brannan fm Fourth E to 
Zoe. 
Fremont, bet Beale and 
First fm Market SE to the 
bay. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

101 Mission 100 

Melius 

201 Howard 200 

243 Lincoln place 

301 Folsom 300 

401 Harrison 400 

425 Lawrence place.... 

501 Bryant 500 

(€) Brannan (e) 

Fremont Court, bet 
Powell and Mason fm Clay 
S. 
Fresno, bet Plumas and 
India fm the bay W to 
Honduras. 
Friedman Place, bet 
Pacific and Broadway from 
■' Larkin E. 

Front, bet Davis and Bat- 
tery N from Market to 
Grf^enwlch. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market 2 

101 Pine 100 

201 California 200 

211 Halleck 

301 Sacramento 300 

317 Commercial 318 

401 Clay 400 

(c) Merchant 416 

501 Washin.cton 500 

Oregon 510 

601 Jackson 600 

C^ark fil4 

701 Pacific „.. 700 

713 Chambers 712 

801 Broadway 800 

901 Vallejo (d) 

1001 Green (d) 

Commerce Id) 

1101 Union (d) 

Dock (d) 

1201 Filbert (d) 

(e) Greenwich _. (e) 



Front Avenue, bet 

Water Front and Hondu- 
ras fm India SE. 
Fulton, bet Grove and 

McAllister Wfm Larkin. 
South. Street. Sf. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavia 500 

601 Laguna 600 

701 Buchanan 700 

801 Webster 800 

901 Fillmore 900 

Steiner 1000 

Pierce _ 1100 

1-201 Scott 1200 

1301 Devlsadero 1300 

1401 Broderlck 1400 

1501 Baker 1500 

ItiOl Lyon IGOO 

1701 Lott 1700 

1801 Masonic avenue....l800 

1901 Ashbury 1900 

■2001 Clayton 2000 

2101 Cole 2100 

2201 Shrader 2200 

2:»1 Stanvan 2300 

«, South SF. SeeSantee 
Oainea, bet Battery and 
Sansome fm Green to 
Union. 
Oale, bet First and Second, 
fm Townsend to.and front- 
ing, the bay. 
Orant Alley, bet Guer- 
rero and Dolores fm Fif- 
teenth to Sixteenth. 
Oambter, bet Madison 
and Harvard fm Silver av 
SE. 
Oarden, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Harrison to 
Bryant. 
Oarden Avenue, bet 
Geary and Post fm Devls- 
adero to Broderlck. 
Oardner, bet Kearny and 

Dupont fm Post N. 
Oardner Place, bet 
Clay and Washington fm 
Mason W. 
earen, W s San Bruno 
Road 4 miles fm Citv Hall 
Ciarfield, N of Shields 
fm Orizaba av W, City 
Land Association. 
Cratea, fm Cortland av S to 

Crescent av, B H 
€} a V e n , University H 

Assn. 
Qaven, bet Powell and 
Mason fm Filbert to 
Gerenwlch. 
tieatry, bet O'Farrell and 
Post W fmjunction Kear- 
ny and Market to First av. 
South. Street. S'. side. 
1 Market & Keainy.. 2 

25 Brooke 

101 Dupont MK) 

201 Stockton 

301 Powell 300 

401 Mason 400 

Metcalfe place 416 

417 Martha place 

501 Taylor 500 

511 Gearv place 

515 William 512 

601 Jones 600 

701 Leavenworth 700 

801 Hyde 800 

901 Larkin 900 

1001 Polk 1000 

1101 Van Ness avenue..llOO 

1201 Franklin 1200 

1301 Gough 1300 

1401 Octavia. 1400 

1501 Laguna 1500 

1601 Buchanan 1600 

1701 Webster 1700 

1801 Fillmore IsOO 

1901 Steiner 

2001 Pierce „ 

2101 Scott 2100 

2201 Devlsadero 2200 

■2301 Broderlck 2300 

St Joseph's av 

Baker 2400 

Lyon 2500 

Central avenue 2600 



Walnut 2700 

2801 Laurel 2800 

2901 Collins 2900 

3001 Blake 3000 

3101 Cook 3100 

3201 Bovce 3200 

3301 Williamson 3;«0 

»101 Chase 3400 

3501 Merrlfleld 3500 

3601 Mears 3600 

(e) First avenue (e) 

€}eary Place, bet Taylor 

and Jones fra Geary 8. 
Qeneva, bet Sixth and 

Seventh fm Brannan SE. 
Oeneva Avenue, ttn 
Old County Road, San 
Miguel. 
Oeoree, bet Fifth and 
Sixth fm Hooper to Hub- 
bell. 
Oeorfcia, bet Louisiana 
and Michigan fm Solano S 
to Honduras. 
Oerke Alley, bet Filbert 
and Greenwich tin Dupont 
E. 
Ctormania, bet Kate and 
Waller fm Webster to FlU- 
niore. 
Oertrudia, fm Becker S 

W to Islais Creek. 
Cri bba,bet Wash ington and 
Jackson fm Montgomery 
av W. 
Clibraltar, South SF,bet 
Madagascar and .\zoresfm 
Charter Oak av to County 
line. 
Oibson, bet Green and 

Union fm Larkin E. 
eila. South S F. bet Kas- 
kaskia nnd Tallapoosa ftn 
India SW to County line. 
Gilbert, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Br.vant to 
Townsend. 
Oilmore, E s Kentucky 

nr Shasta. 
Oirard, bet San Brono 
Road and Berlin fm Silver 
av S. 
Olasgow. bet Powelland 

Ma.«on fm Eddy to Ellis. 
Cilen Park Avenue, 
bet 5liss!on and Howard 
fm Twelfth SW. 
Ulen^ood Place, bet 
Twelfth and Thirteenth 
fm Howard S. 
Glover, bet Broadway and 

Vallejo fm Jones W. 
Goat Alley, bet Battery 
and Sansome fm Vallejo 
to Green. 
Godeus, E s Mission nr 
Thirtieth E to California 
av. 
Gody, W s Mission near 

Twertv-eighth. 
Goettingren, bet Berlin 
and Somerset fm Silver 
avS. 
Gold, bet Jackson and Pa- 
cific fm Sansome to Mont- 
gomery. 
Golden Court,bet Jones 
and Leavenworth fm Sac- 
ramento S. 
Golden Gate Av- 
enue, bet McAllister and 
Turk W ftn Junction Tay- 
lor and Market. 
South. Street. 2f. side. 
1 Market and Taylor 2 

101 Jones 100 

201 Leavenworth 200 

Dale place 

Charles — 

.301 Hyde _.. 300 

401 Larkin 400 

501 Polk 500 

601 Van Ness avenne. 600 

701 Franklin 700 

801 Gough 

901 Octavia 

1001 Lagnna 1000 

1101 Buchanan 1100 

1201 Webster 1200 

1301 Fillmore 1300 

1401 Steiner 1400 

1501 Pierce 1500 

1601 Scott 1600 



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Sej'mour avenue... 

1701 Devlsadero 1700 

1801 Broderlck 1800 

1901 Baker 1900 

2001 Lyon 2000 

2101 Lott 2100 

(e) Masonic avenue... (e) 

Oolden Oate Park, 

bet D and H fm the ocean 
to Stanyan and bet Fell 
and Oak to Baker. 
Ooldman Place, bet 
Sixteenth and Seven- 
teenth fm Mie&lon E. 
Oood-diilflren, bet 
Kearny and Pupont fm 
Greenwich to Lombard. 
doodaell Place, bet 
Harrison and Bryant fm 
First E. 
eurdon, bet Eighth and 
Ninth trom Harrison NW. 
Oougb, bet Franklin and 
Octavla N fm Market to 
Lewis. 
West. /Street. E. side. 

1 Market AHaight.. 2 

Rose avenue 

101 Page 100 

Lily avenue 

201 Oak 200 

Hickory avenue.... 

301 Fell 300 

Linden avenue 

401 Hayes 400 

Ivv avenue 

501 Grove 500 

Birch avenue 

601 Fulton 600 

Ash avenue 

701 McAllister 700 

Locust avenue 

Golden Gate av 800 

Turk 900 

Laurel avenue 

1001 Eddy 1000 

Willow avenue 

1101 EUis 1100 

(illve avenue 

1201 O'Farrell 1200 

BIyrtle avenue 

1301 (ieary 1300 

Cedar avenue 

1401 Post 1400 

Walnut avenue 

1501 Sutter 1500 

Fern avenue 

1601 Bush 1600 

Austin 

1701 Pine 1700 

1801 California 1800 

Sacramento 1900 

Clay 2000 

2101 Washington 2100 

2301 Jackson 2200 

2301 Pacific 2300 

2401 Broadway 2400 

2501 Vallejo 2500 

2601 Green 2600 

2701 Union 2700 

2801 Fllbert,„ 2800 

2901 Greenwich 2900 

3001 Lombard 3000 

3101 Chestnut 3100 

3201 Francisco 3200 

Bay 

Gov't Reservation 
(e) Lewis (e 

Orace Terrace, S s Cali- 
fornia bet Dupont and 

Stockton. 
Orahain Place, bet 

Stockton and Dupont fm 
Union to Green. 

Oranada, South S F, bet 
Salvador and Bermuda fm 
TombiKbee to Alleghany. 

Orand Avenue, bet 
Ninth and Tenth fm Mis- 
sion to Howard. 

Grand Place, bet Du- 
pont and Kearny fm Fil- 
bert S. 

Cilraut, bet Saratoga and 
Ion fm La Grand av S. 

Orant Allej', bet Guer- 
rero and Dolores, fm Fif- 
teenth to Sixteenth. 

Orant Place, bet Fre- 
mont and First I'm Folsom 
S. 



Orattan, S of Sullivan fm 

Stanyan W. 
Oreen, bet Vallejo and 
Union Wfm Front to Pre- 
sidio Reservation. 
South. Street. JT. side. 

1 Front 2 

101 Battery 100 

Gaines 

201 Sansome 200 

Calhoun 

301 Montgomery 300 

Vincent 316 

319 Kohler place 

Bone alley 326 

3.31 Reed place 

401 Kearuy 400 

Sonora 406 

Lafayette place 420 

501 Dupont 500 

Banuam place 510 

Union place 522 

529 Bower place — — 

Graham place 539 

Montgomery av.... 

601 Stockton 600 

701 Powell 700 

Eaton alley 

August alley 718 

801 Mason 800 

Salmon 

901 Taylor 900 

1001 Jones 1000 

1101 Leavenworth 1100 

New Orleans alley 

Hamlin 

1201 Hyde 1200 

1301 Larkln 1300 

1401 Polk 1400 

1501 Van Ness avenue..l500 

1601 Franklin 1600 

1701 Gough 1700 

1801 Octavia 1800 

1901 Laguna 1900 

2001 Buchanan 2000 

2101 Webster 2100 

2201 Fillmore 2200 

2301 Steiner 2300 

2401 Pierce 2400 

2501 Scott 2500 

2601 Devlsadero 2600 

2701 Broderlck 2700 

2801 Baker 2800 

(e) Lyon (e) 

Oreen Place, bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Green N. 

ereen's Court, bet 

Mission and Howard, 
Spear and Steuart. 
Oreenwich, bet Filbert 
and Lombard W f m Front 
to Presidio Reservation. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Front 2 

101 Battery 100 

201 Sansome 200 

Pringle court 

301 Montgomery .300 

401 Kearny 400 

Telegraph place.... 

.501 Dupont 500 

505 Kramer place 

Bellevue avenue... 

601 Stockton 600 

Bond alley 

701 Powell 700 

703 Gaven 

- — Chamber's alley... 

721 Scotland 

Montgomery av.... 

801 Mason 800 

Hartmann 806 

Jansen 816 

901 Taylor 900 

907 Roach - — 

1001 Jones 1000 

1101 Leavenworth 1100 

Randall place 

1201 Hyde 1200 

1301 Larkin 1300 

1401 Polk 1400 

1501 Van Ness avenue..]500 

1601 Franklin 1600 

1701 Gough 1700 

1801 Octavia „1800 

1901 Laguna 1900 

2001 Buchanan 2000 

2101 Webster 2100 

2201 Fillmore 2200 

2;501 Steiner 2300 

2401 Pierce 2400 



2.501 Scott 2500 

2601 Devlsadero 2600 

2701 Broderlck 2700 

2801 Baker 2800 

(e) Lyon (e) 

Oriaiar, bet Union and 
Filbert fm Octavia to La- 
guna. 
drove, bet Hayes and 

Fulton fm Larkin W. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

.501 Octavia 500 

601 Laguna 600 

701 Buchanan 700 

801 Webster 800 

901 Fillmore 900 

Steiner 

Alamo Square 

1201 Scott 1200 

1301 Devlsadero 1300 

1401 Broderlck 1400 

1501 Baker 1500 

1601 Lyon 1600 

1701 Lott 1700 

1801 Masonic avenuo...l800 

1901 Ashbury 1900 

2001 Clayton 2000 

2101 Cole 2100 

2201 Shrader 2200 

(e) Stanyan (e) 

Ouadaloupe, South SF, 
bet Azores and Vancouv- 
er fm Charter Oak av to 
County line. 

Cruatcmala, South S F, 
bet San Domingo and Ar- 
gentine fm San Bruno 
Road to County line. 

Onerrero, bet Valencia 
and Dolores fm Market S 
to Old San Jos6 Road. 

East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

101 Rldlev 100 

Clinton Park 

Baltimore Park 

113 Quinn 

Brosnan 

201 Fourteenth 200 

301 Fifteenth 300 

401 Sixteenth 400 

Camp 

.501 Seventeenth 500 

.519 Dorland 518 

601 Eighteenth 600 

701 Nineteenth 700 

Cumberland 

801 Twentieth 800 

Liberty 

901 Twenty-first 900 

Hill 

1001 Twenty-second 1000 

Alvarado 

1101 Twenty-third 1100 

Elizabeth 

1201 Twenty-fourth 1200 

1301 Twentv-fifth 1300 

1401 Twenty-sixth 1400 

Guiana, South S F, bet 
Vancouver and Malacca 
fm Railroad av to County 
line. 
Oannison Avenue, S 
s Precita av S to Ripley 
place. 
Gnstavus, bet Powell and 
Mason fm California to Sac- 
ramento. 
Outenbergr, West End 

Homestead Association. 
©ny Place, bet Folsom 
and Harrison fm FirstSW. 
H, bet Golden Gate Pai:k 

and I fm First av W. 
H. South SF. See Pen- 
obscot. 
Hagrgin, bet Third and 
Fourth fin King to Berry. 
Half^ht, bet Waller and 
Page W fm JuDction Gough 
and Market. 
South. Street. iV. side. 
1 Market and Gough 2 

101 Octavia 100 

201 Laguna 200 

301 Buchanan 300 



401 Webster 400 

.501 Fillmore 500 

601 Steiner 600 

701 Pierce 700 

801 Scott 800 

901 Devlsadero 900 

1001 Broderlck lOOfr 

1101 Baker IIOO 

1201 Lyon 120O 

1301 Lott 1.300 

1401 Masonic avenue ...1400 

1501 Ashburv 1500 

1601 Clayton 1600 

1701 Cole 1700 

1801 Shrader 1800 

(e) Stanyan (e') 

Hale,Ws San Bruno Road 
3 miles fm City Hall. 

Hall Alley, bet Sansome 
and Montgomerv fm Val- 
lejo S. 

Hall Court, bet Wash- 
ington and Jackson fm 
Dupont W. 

Hall Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 
Jackson N. 

Halleck, bet California 
and Sacramento fm Front 
to LeidesdorfT. 

Halleck, E s Buchanan 
nr Lombard. See WLa.g- 
nolia. 

Hamilton, bet Holyoke 
and Bowdoln fm Sliver av 
S, U M T. 

Hamilton Square, bet 

Scott and Steiner, Post and 

Geary. 
Hamlin, bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde fm Green 

N. 
Hamlin Place, bet 

Broadway and Vallejo fm 

Larkin E. 
Hammond Place, bet 

Second and Third fm 

■Pownsend to Berry. 
Hampstaire, bet Potrero 

av and Yots fm Channel 

S to Serpentine av. 

Hampton Court, bet 

Hawthorne and Third fm 
Harrison NW. 

Hampton Place, bet 
Second «nd Third fm Fol- 
som SE. 

Hancock,bet Eighteenth 
and Nineteenth, from 
Church to Noe. 

Hanover, West End, 
Homestead. 

Hardie Place, bet Sut- 
ter and Bush fm Kearny 
E. 

Hardy, bet Church and 
Sanches N from Sixteenth 
to Seventeenth 

Harlan Place, bet Sut- 
ter and Bush fm Dupont 
W. 

Harlem Alley, bet 
Leavenworth and Ada 
Court fm O'Farrell N. 

Harper, bet Warren and 
Merced fm Thirtieth S to 
Laidley. 

Harriet, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Howard to 
Folsom. 

Harrington. Academy 
Tract. 

Harrison, bet Folsom 

andBryant SWfm Steuart 

to Fourteenth, thence 8 to 

Serpentine av. 

South. Street. N". side. 

1 Steuart 2 

101 Spear 100 

Johnston 

201 Mam 20O 

301 Beale ^... .300 

401 Fremont 400 

501 First 500 

Essex 538 

551 RIncon place 

557 Stanley place 

Charles place 570 

601 Second 600 



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613 Vassar place 

Hawthorne KV) 

Hampton court 670 

701 Thlnl 70O 

KItch 720 

801 Kourlli 800 

901 Filth 900 

9V-i Av(>rlll avenue 

95:! Oak Grove avenue 

Wt Murrls avenue 

1001 Sixth 1000 

1011 Gnnien 

Columbia Square... 

Sherman 

1101 iSeveuth 1100 

1119 Laupton 

li:<7 ChPblev 

1149 Hayward 

Mariposa Terrace.. 

1201 Eighth 1200 

Gordon 

1301 Ninth 1300 

Dore. 

1401 Tenth 1400 

1501 Eleventh 1500 

Norfolk 

Twelfth 1600 

1601 Channel 

1701 Fourteenth 1700 

1T21 Alameda 

1801 FItteenth 1800 

1821 El Dorado 

1901 Sl.xteenth liKX) 

1921 Santa Clara 

2001 Seventeenth 2000 

2021 Mariposa 

2101 Eighteenth 2100 

2121 Solano 

Nineteenth 2200 

2221 Butte 

2301 Twentieth 2300 

2401 Twenty-first 2400 

2501 Twenty-second 2500 

2601 Twenty-third 2600 

2701 Twenty-fourth 2700 

2801 Twenty-fifth 2800 

2901 Twenty-sixth 2i,'00 

(e) Serpentine av («) 

Harrison Avenne. 
See Bruce Place. 

Harr.r, fm Laldley SW to 

Beacon. 
IIarr.y Place, bet Fil- 
bert and Greenwich fm 

Lapuna E. 
Hart Tor (1, bet Noe and 

Castro fm Eighteenth S to 

Twentieth. 
Hartmann, bet Mason 

and Taylor fm Greenwich 

to Blontgomery av. 
Harvard, bet Ganxbter 

and Oxford fin Silver av 

SE. 
Harwood Alley, bet 

Keamy and Dupont fm 

Filbert S. 
Harelock. fm Old San 

Jose Road W, N of House 

of Correction. 
Havens, bet Union and 

Filbert tin Leavenworth 

W. 
Havens Place, bet 

Stockton and Powell fm 

Washington S. 
Hawes, bet Tenth and 

Eleventh fm Folsom S. 
Haiftliorne, bet Second 

and Third fm Folsom to 

Harri.son. 
Ha.yes, bet Fell and Grove 

Wfm Junction Market and 

Larkin. 
South. Street. N'. side. 
1 Market & Larkin... 2 

College place 16 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavia "500 

601 Laguna. 600 

701 Buchanan 700 

801 Webster 800 

901 Fillmore 900 

1001 Steiner 

1101 Pierce 

1201 Scott 1200 

1301 Devlsadero 1300 

1401 Broderick 1400 

1501 Baker 1500 



1601 Lvon 1600 

1701 Lott 1700 

1801 Mu.sonic avenue. ...1800 

100'. Aslihury 1900 

2001 Clavton 2000 

2101 Co.' 2100 

2201 Shrader 2200 

vtjj Stanyan (e) 

Hayward. bet Seventh 
and Eighth fm Harrison 
SE. 

Haywood. See Alice. 

Head, bet Bright and Vic- 
toria, City Land .\ssocla- 
tlon. 

Heath, fni Cortland av 
S to San Bruno Road. 

Hecker, fni Islals Creek 
W. Gilt Map No 4. 

Helen Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hvde fmCal- 
Itornla S. 

Helena, South S F, S of 
Islals ( Jreek fm Water- 
vlllo W to Steuben. 

Henderson Avenue, 
S s Geary bet Johnson av 
and KIr.st av. 

Henrietta, fm San Jos6 
Road nr Thirtieth SE to 
North av, B H. 

Henrietta Hiqnare, bet 
Howard and Folsom fm 
Eleventh E. 

Henry, bet Hyde and Lar- 
kin fm Lombard N. 

Henry. U. M. T. See 
Felton. 

Henrj', bet Fourteenth 
and FItteenth fm Noe W. 

Herln^er, E of San Bru- 
no Koad 4 miles fm City 
Hall. 

Hermann, bet Brady and 
Ridley fm Market E to 
Mission. 

Hermann, E of San Bru- 
no Road 3 miles fm City 
Hall. 

Heron, bet Folsom and 
Harrlsuii tm Eighth NE. 

Hewlett Alley, bet 
Mason and Scott pi fm 
Pacific S. 

Heyn Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 
Clay S. 

Hickory Avenue, bet 
Oak and Fell fni Van Ness 
av to Webster. 

South. Street. N. skie. 
1 Van Ness avenue.. 2 

101 Franklin 100 

201 (iough 200 

301 octavia 300 

401 Laguna 400 

501 Buchanan 500 

601 Webster 600 

Hisli, bet Bellevue and 
Mission Ocean House 
Road fm Twenty-fllth S 
to Twenty-sixth. 

Highland Terrace, 
N s California bet Jones 
and Leavenworth. 

Hill, bet Twenty-first and 
Twenty-second fm Valen- 
cia W to Guerrero, and fm 
Sanchez W to Castro. 

Himmelmann Place 
bet Ma.sun and Taylor fm 
Pacific to Broadway. 

Hinckley, bet Broadway 
and Vallejo fm Kearny to 
Dupont. 

Hobart Alley, bet Host 
and Suiter fm Taylor E. 

Hodgres Alley, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Vallejo N. 

Hodges Court, bet 
Market and Mission fm 
Spear W. 

Hodgson Alley, bet 
Mission and First av fm 
Sixteenth N. 

HofT Avenue, bet Mis- 
sion and Valencia fm Six- 
teenth to Seventeenth. 

Hollls, bet Buchanan and 
Webster fm Ellis to U'Far- 
rell. 



Holly Park Avenue, 

SW K Hernal Heights nr 
San Jose Road. 

Uolyoke, bet Somerset 
and Hamilton fm Sliver 
av S. 

Ilonier. bet Boyd and 
Harrison fm Chesley NK 
and SW. 

HoiiieHtead, bet Doug- 
lass and Ellen fm Twenty- 
fourth to Twenty-sixth. 

Honduras, South S F, 
E of Denmark fm Islals to 
China. 

Hooker Alley, bet 
Bush and I'Ine fm Mason 
E. 

Hooper, bet Channel and 
Irwin SW fm Kentucky to 
Eighth. 

Hope, fm California av N 
W to Kranconia av, B H. 

Hopeton Terrace, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Washington S. 

Horace Alley, bet Fol- 
som and Shotwell fm 
Twenty-fifth to Twenty- 
sixth. 

Houston, bet Chestnut 
and Fiancisco fm Taylor 
to Jones. 

Howard, bet Mission and 
Folsom SW fm East to 
Thirteenth, thence S to 
Serpentine av. 

South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Easi 2 

(c) Steuart (c) 

Green court 

101 Spear 100 

Dexter 

201 Main 200 

:«1 Beale 300 

401 Fremont 400 

501 First 500 

Maiden alley 

601 Second 600 

New Montgomery 

633 Hubbard 

701 Third 700 

801 Fourth 800 

Howard court 814 

901 Fifth 900 

Marv 

1001 Sixth 1000 

1013 Harriet 

1041 Russ 

1059 Sloss 

1101 Seventh 1100 

1111 Langton 

1127 Rausch 

11.59 Sumner 

1201 Eighth 1200 

i:»l Ninth 1300 

Berkeley avenue... 

- Grand avenue 

1401 Tenth 1400 

1.501 Eleventh 1500 

Lafavette 

1601 Twelfth 1600 

Bowles place 1626 

1701 Thirteenth 1700 

Erie 

1801 Fourteenth 1800 

1901 Fifteenth 1900 

Adair 

2001 Sixteenth 2000 

2101 Seventeenth 2100 

2201 Eighteenth 2200 

2301 Nineteenth 2300 

Kensington place., 

2401 Twentieth 2400 

2.501 Twenty. first 2500 

2601 Twenty-second 2600 

2701 Tweutv-third 2700 

2801 Twentv-fourth 2800 

2901 Twenty-fifth 2900 

3001 Twenty-sixth. 3000 

(e) Serpentine av (e) 

Howard Court, bet 

Fourth and Fifth fm 

Howard NW. 
Howth, San Miguel. 
Hubbard, bet Second and 

Third fm Howard SE. 
Hubbell, bet Irwin and 

South SW fm Kentucky to 

Center. 
Hudson, bet Fourth and 

Fifth fm Channel to South. 



Hudson. See Apple- 
ton. 
Hulbert .llle.v, bet 

FourJi and Fifth SE and 
NW f 111 Clara. 
Humboldt, bet Sierra 
and Nevada fm Water 
Front to Maryland. 
Hunt, bet Mission and 

Howard fm Third NE. 
Hunter, Ws San Bruno 
Road 4 miles fm City HoU 
Huron, San Miguel. 
Hyde, bet Leavenworth 
and Larkin N fm McAl- 
lister to Jefferson. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 McAllister 2 

101 Tyler. 100 

201 Turk 200 

203 Hyde place 

301 Eddy 300 

401 Ellis 400 

501 O'Farrell 500 

Mabel alley 

601 Geary 600 

701 Post „. 700 

801 Sutter 800 

901 Bush 900 

1001 Fine 1000 

1101 California 1100 

1201 Sacramento 1200 

Troy alley 

1301 Clay 1300 

1401 Washington 1400 

1501 Jackson. 1500 

1601 Pacific 1600 

Lynch 1606 

1701 Broadway 1700 

1801 Vallejo 1800 

1901 Green 1900 

Delgado place 

Russell 

2001 Union 2000 

Allen 

2101 Filbert 2100 

2201 Greenwich 2200 

2301 Lombard 2300 

2401 Chestnut 2400 

2501 Francisco 2506 

2601 Bay 2600 

Bergen alley 

2701 North Point 2700 

•2801 Beach 2800 

(6) Jeft'erson («) 

Hyde Place, bet Turk 

and Eddy fm Hyde W. 
I, bet H and J fm First av 

W. 
I, South S F. See Osage. 
Idaho, bet Arizona and 

Dacotah fm Water Front 

S to India. 
Illinois, bet Michigan 

and Kentucky fm Fourth 

S to Honduras. 
India, South S F, SW and 

N s of India Basm. 

India Avenue, Excel- 
sior Homestead Associa- 
tion. 
Indiana, bet Minnesota 
and Iowa fm Center S to 
Tulare. 
Ion, bet Grant and Mans- 
field fm La Grand av SE. 
Iowa, bet Indiana and 
Pennsylvania fm Center S 
to Tulare. 
Irwin, bet Hooper and 
Hubbell SW fm Kentucky 
to Eighth. 
Isabel, fm Wolfe SE to 

Shakspeare, B H. 
Isis, bet Folsom and Har- 
rison fm Twelfth SW. 
Islais, S s Islais Creek 

channel fm the bay W. 
Italy Avenue, Excel- 
sior Homestead Associa- 
tion. 
Iv3' Avenue, bet Hayes 

and Grove fm Polk W. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Polk. 2 

(6) Van Nessavenue_ (6) 

201 Franklin 200 

301 Gough 300 

401 Octavia 400 

501 Lacuna 500 

601 Buchanan 600 

701 Webster 700 



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jr,bet I and K fm First avW. 
J, South S F. See Mo- 

nongaliela. 
Jackson, bet WashliiRton 

and Pacific W fm East. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 East 2 

(c) Drumm (c) 

101 Davis 100 

20] Front 200 

301 Battery 300 

31S Custom House pi... 

401 Sansome 400 

Balance 412 

431 Jones alley 

501 ilontgomery 500 

Montgomery av 

eoi Kearny 600 

623 Cooper'salley 

633 Washington place. 

Lozier 642 

701 Dupont 700 

711 St Louis alley 

Sullivan alley 720 

723 Stout's or Roes al.. 

801 Stockton 800 

Bedford place 806 

813 Trenton 814 

819 Stone 

Adele alley 824 

901 Powell >. 900 

Dore alley 

1001 Mason 1000 

1007 Marcy place 

Auburn 1014 

UOl Tavlor 1100 

1201 Jones 1200 

1301 Leavenworth 1300 

Hall place 

Wall place 

1401 Hvde 1400 

1501 Larkin 1500 

1601 Polk 1600 

1701 Van Ness avenue. 1700 

1801 Franklin 1800 

1901 Gough 1900 

2001 Octavia 2000 

2101 Lagunii 2100 

2201 Buchanan 2200 

2301 Webster 2300 

2401 Fillmore ...2400 

Steiner 2500 

Pierce 2600 

2701 Scott 2700 

2801 Devisadero 2800 

2901 Broderick 2900 

3001 Baker 3000 

3101 Lvon 3100 

3201 Central avenue 3200 

3301 Walnut 3300 

3401 Laurel 3400 

3501 Locust 3500 

3601 Spruce 3600 

3701 Maple 3700 

3801 Cherry 3800 

(e) First avenue (e) 

Jactcson Parh, bet 

8anta < 'lara and Mariposa, 

Carolina and Arkansas. 
Jackson Place, bet 

Green and Vallejo fm 

Montgomery E. 
Jaeoby, bet Leavenworth 

and Hyde tm California N. 
Jaeoby Plaoe,bet H.vde 

and Larkin fm Sutter N. 
Jamaica, South S F, bet 

Malta and Madagascar fm 

Railroad a V to Water Front 

James, South S F, bet St 
Lawrence and Kaskaskia 
fm Water Front SW to 
County line. 

Jane Place, bet Mason 
and Taylor fm Pine N. 

Jansen. bet Mason and 
Taylor fm Greenwich to 
Lombard. 

Japan, S s Bryant bet 
First and Second. 

Japan Avenue. Excel- 
sior Homestead Associa- 
t on. 

Jarnac, fm Old San Jos6 
Koad W. 

Jasper Alley , bet Union 
and Filbert fm Jasper place 
E. 

Ja.sper Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Union to 1 llbert. 



Java, South S F. bet Mau- 
ritius and Salvador fm Sil- 
ver av to Alleghany. 

Jefferson, bet Beach and 
Tonquin W fm Powell to 
Presidio Reservation. 
South. Street. JV. side. 

1 Powell (d) 

101 Mason (d) 

201 Taylor (d) 

301 .rones id) 

401 Leavenworth (d) 

501 Hyde (d) 

601 Larkin 600 

701 Polk _ 700 

Van Ness avenue. 

Gov't Reservation 

1201 Laguna 1200 

1301 Buchanan 1300 

1401 Webster 1400 

1501 Fillmore 1500 

1601 Steiner 1600 

1701 Pierce 1700 

1801 Scott 1800 

1901 Devisadero 1900 

2001 Broderick 2000 

2101 Baker 2100 

(e) Lyon. (c) 

Jefferson Avenue, E s 

Laurel av nr Cortland av 
E to San Bruno Road. 
Jefferson Square, bet 

Golden Gate av and Eddy, 

Laguna and Gough. 

Jerome Alley, bet 

Montgomery and Kearny 

fm Pacific S. 

Jersey, bet Potrero av and 

Hampshire fm Mission 

Creek S to Twenty-first. 

Jessie, bet Market and 

Mission fm First SW. 
,S.E. Street. N. W. side. 

1 First 2 

Ecker 

Anthony 

101 Second 100 

New Montgomerv 
161 Annie 162 

(d) Third (6) 

301 Fourth 300 

(6) Filth (&) 

431 Mint avenue 

501 Sixth 500 

601 Seventh 600 

There are also In this - 
block numbers lirom 1 
to 30 inclusive. 

701 Eighth 700 

801 Ninth 800 

901 Tenth 900 

(6) Eleventh (6; 

(6) Twelfth (6) 

(b) Thirteenth (6) 

(6) Fourteenth (6) 

(6). Fifteenth (6) 

(b) Sixteenth (b) 

(6; Seventeenth (b) 

Willow avenue 

1701 Eighteenth 1700 

1801 Nineteenth 1800 

1901 Twentieth 1900 

(e) Twenty-first (e) 

Jewett, bet Townsend and 
King fm Fourth to Fifth. 

John, bet Jackson and Pa- 
cific fm Powell to Mason. 

Jolin, bet First and Sec- 
ond. See Dover. 

Johnson Avenue, bet 
Parker av and Henderson 
av fm Geary S. 

Johnston, bet Spear and 
Maiu fm Harrison to Bry- 
ant. 

Jonah, Sunny Vale Home- 
stead. 

Jones, bet Taylor and 
Leavenworth N fm Mar- 
ket to Jefferson. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Mkt & McAllister.. 2 

101 Golden Gate av 100 

201 Turk 200 

215 McDermott place.. 

301 Eddy 300 

401 Ellis 400 

411 Antonio 

■ Steveloe place 412 



501 


O'Farrell 


.. 500 


601 


Gear.v 


.. fiOO 




Cottage place 


.. 614 


701 


Post 


.. 700 




Lewis place 


.. 704 


801 


Sutter 


.. 8(X) 




White's place 


.. 806 


901 


Bush 


.. 900 


1001 


Pine 


..1000 


1101 


California 


..1100 


1201 


Sacramento 

Pleasant 


..1200 


1301 


Clay 


..1300 


1401 


Washington 


..1400 


1501 


Jackson 


..1500 


1601 


Pacific 


..1600 


1607 


Bernard 


,.1608 


1701 


Broadwav 


..1700 


1801 


Vallejo 


..1800 




Merrill 




1901 


Green 

Lincoln av 


..1900 


2001 


Union 


..2000 


2101 


Filbert 


..2100 




Valpaialso 


. 


2201 


Greenwich 


..2200 


2301 


Lombard 


2300 




Duane 




2401 


Chestnut 


..2400 


2501 


Francisco 

Montgomerv av. 


..2500 


2601 


Bay 


.2fi(M) 


2701 


North Point 


..2700 


2801 


Beach 


.,2800 


(e) 


Jeflerson 


.. (e) 



Jones Alley, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Washington to Jackson. 

Jones' Place, N s Bry- 
ant bet Sixth and Seventh 

Josephine, bet Central 
av and Eugenia tin Gearv 
N. 

Joseph's Terrace, E s 
Stockton bet Lombard and 
Chestnut. 

Joy, fm California av NW 
to Brewster, B H. 

Julia, bet Seventh and 
Eighth fm Mission S. 

Julia Court, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
O'Farrell N. 

Julian Avenue, bet 
Mission and Valencia fm 
Fourteenth to Sixteenth. 

Julius, bet Kearny and 
Dupont fm Lombard N. 

Junction, or Dry, bet 

Twenty-ninth and Thir- 
tieth fmSan Jos^Road W 
to Bellevue. 

Juniper, bet Tenth and 
Eleventh fm Folsom to 
Harrison. 

Junipero, bet Turk and 
St Rose's av fm Masonic 
av W to Parker av. 

K, bet J and L fm Fourth 
av W. 

K, South SF. See Savan- 
nah. 

Kansas,bet Rhode Island 
and Vermont fm Mission 
Creek S to Precita Creek. 

Kappeler Court, bet 
Gearv and Post fm Mason 
W. 

Kaskaskia, South S F, 
bet James and Gila fm 
Water Front SW to Coun- 
ty line. 

Kate, bet Ridley and Wal- 
ler W fm Junction Market 
and Laguna to Steiner. 

Kate Place, bet Seventh 
and Eighth fm Brvant 
SE. 

Kearny, bet Montgomery 
and Dupont N fm Market 
to North Point. 

West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Geary 2 

19 Morton 

101 Post 100 

Vermehr place 116 

201 Sutter 200 

Hardie place 218 

301 Bush 300 

401 Pine 400 

Summer 414 



501 California 500 

601 Sacramento 600 

627 Commercial 632 

Clay 700 

Merchant T20 

801 Washington 800 

901 Jackson 900 

Montgomery av ... 
1001 Pacific 1000 

Rowland 1018 

1101 Broadway 1100 

Dunn alley 1106 

1121 Hinckley 1120 

1201 Vallejo 1200 

1215 San Antonio 

1301 Green 130o 

1401 Union ......1400 

I'Ol Filbert 1500 

1601 Greenwich. 1600 

1701 Lombard 1700 

1801 Chestnut 1800 

1901 Francisco (d) 

2001 Bav (d) 

(e) NorthPoint (e) 

Kennebec, bet Banks 
and Gates fm California 
av S to HoUidav Tract, B. 
H. 

Kensington Place, 
bet Nineteenth and Twen- 
tieth fm Howard W. 

Kent, bet Union and Fil- 
bert fm Mason W. 

Kentucky, bet Illinois 
and Tennessee fm Chan- 
nel S to Denmark. 

Keppler Alley, bet 
Noe and Sanchez fm Jer- 
sey S. 

Keycs Alley, bet Pow- 
ell and' Mason ftn Pacific 
N. 

Kimball Place, bet 
Leavenworth and Hyde fm 
Sacramento N. 

King, bet Townsend and 
Berry SW fm the bay to 
Eighth. 

S.E. Street. JV. W. side. 
1 Second 2 

Hammond place... 

101 Third 100 

Madden 

Haggin 

201 Fourth 200 

:m Fifth 300 

401 Sixth 400 

501 Seventh 500 

(e) Eighth (e) 

King. S f m Islais Creek to 

Silver av, nr San Bruno 

Road, U M T. 
Kingston Avenne.bet 

Thirtieth and Thirty-first 

fm Mission W. 
Kissling,bet Howardand 

Folsom from Eleventh to 

Twelfth. 
Kissling Place, bet 

Folsom and Harrison, 

Thirteenth and Four- 
teenth. 
Knight's Place, West 

End Map No 1. 
Knox, bet Mansfield and 

Madison fm India av SE. 
Kohler's Place, bet 

Kearny and Montgomery 

fm Green S. 
Kosciusko, f m Cortland 

av S to Crescent av, B U. 
Kossuth, E s Railroad av 

E to Chace. 
Kramer Place, bet 

Dupont and Stockton fm 

Greenwich S. 
Kransgrill Alley, bet 

Dupont and Stockton fm 

Filbert N. 
li, bet K and M Seventh fm 

av W. 
I., South S F. See Platte 
Irara.vette, bet Eleventh 

and Twelfth fm Mission lo 

Howard. 
linfa.^ctte. West End 

Homestead. 
Iiafayette Parh, bet 

Sacramento and Washing. 

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I<ara>etle Place, bet 

Kenrny and Uupont Im 
Green to Union. 
I,a Orand Avenue, 

fhi India av S. 

laa^una, bet Octavia and 

Buchanan N fni Market to 

Lewis. 

Went. Street. E. side. 

1 i'Nlarket and Kate.. 2 

101 Waller 100 

aoi Haicht 200 

Kose avenue „. 

301 i'as;e _ 300 

Lll.v avenue 

401 Oak 400 

Hickory avenue.... 

501 Fell 500 

Linden avenue 

801 Hayes 600 

Ivy avenue _ 

701 Grove 700 

Birch avenue 

801 Fulton 800 

Ash avenue 

901 Mc.Mllsfer SHX) 

Locust avenue 

1001 Golden Gate av 

1101 Turk 

Laurel avenue 

1201 Eddy 1200 

Willow avenue 

1301 Ellis 1300 

Olive avenue 

1401 O'Farrell 1400 

Mvrtle avenue 

1501 Gear.v 1500 

Cedar avenue 

leoi Post 1600 

Ewing place 

- Walnut avenue .... 
1701 Sutter .♦.. ...1700 

Fern avenue 

1801 Bush 1800 

1901 Pine 1900 

2001 California 2000 

2101 Sacramento 

2201 Clay 

2301 Washington 2300 

2101 Jack.on 2400 

2601 Pacific 2500 

2601 Broadway 2600 

2701 Vallejo 2700 

2801 Green 2800 

2901 Union 2900 

- Grisar 

3001 Filbert 3000 

Harry place_ 

3101 Greenwich 3100 

3201 Lombard 3200 

- Magnolia 

3301 Chestnut 3300 

3401 Francisco *K>0 

3501 Bay 3500 

3601 North Point 3600 

3701 Beach 3700 

3801 Jefferson. 3800 

3901 Tonquln 3900 

(e) Iiewls (e) 

lialiaina. South S F, bet 
Algeria and Mauritius fm 
Islals Creek to Water 
Front. 
I<aldley, fm Thirtieth S 
E to Falmiount, thence 
SW to Castro. 
I<aKe, t>et Clay and Sacra- 
mento fm First av to City 
Cemetery. 
lianders, crosses Market 
at junction of Fourteenth 
and Church. 
Itangrtou, bet Seventh 
and Eighth fm Howard 8 
to Brannan. 
I<apid$re, bet Valencia 
and Guerrero fm Eigh- 
teenth to Nineteenth. 
I<arkfn, bet Hyde and 
Polk N fm Market to 
Tonquin. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Hayes 2 

Park avenue 

101 Grove 

Birch avenue 

201 Fulton 

213 Ash »venue.„ 

301 McAllister 300 

:ilo Locust avenue 

401 Golden Gate av 400 

Elm avenue 



301 Turk 500 

Laurel avenue 

601 Edd.v 600 

611 Willow avenue 

701 Ellis 700 

709 Olive avenue 

801 O'Farrell 800 

813 Myrtle avenue 

901 Geary 900 

911 Cedar avenue 

1001 Po.st 1000 

1013 Walnut avenue 

1101 Sutter 1100 

Fern avenue 

1201 Bush 1200 

Vorralh place 1206 

1209 Austin 

1301 Pine 1300 

1401 California 1400 

1501 Sacramento 1500 

1601 Clav 1600 

1701 Washington 1700 

1801 Jackson 1800 

1901 Pacific I'KX) 

Friedman place 1910 

2001 Broadway 2006 

Hamlin place 

2101 Vallejo -. 2100 

2201 Green 2200 

Rockland 

2:»1 Union 2300 

2401 Filbert 2400 

2.501 Greenwich 2500 

2601 Lombard 2600 

2701 Chestnut 2700 

2801 Francisco _2800 

2901 Bay 2900 

3001 NorthPoint 3000 

3101 Beach 3100 

3201 Jefferson (d} 

(e) Tonquln (e) 

I.asfei«, Det Eighth and 

Ninth fn- Mission NW. 
liathani Place, bet El- 
lis and O'Farrell fm Ma- 
son W. 
liaura Plaee, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Pine S. 
liaurel, bet Walnut and 

Locust fm California N. 
Iraurel Avenne. See 

Andover Avenue. 
I^aurel Avenue, bet 
Turk and Eddy fm Larkin 
to Webster. 
South. Street. X. side 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

(6) Gough (6) 

Jefferson Square... 

(6) Octavia (6) 

601 Lagnna 600 

701 Buchanan 700 

801 Webster 800 

liaarel Place, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm First 
to Esse.x. 
I<anttHat^ l)et Halght and 
Waller fm Fillmore W to 
Steiner 
l<awrence Place, bet 
Harrison and Bryant fm 
Fremont E. 
I.a:rton, E ot Conkling 
fm Silver av N to near 
Potomac. 
lieavenworth, bet 
Jone.s and Hyde N fm Mc- 
Allister to Jeft'erson. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 McAllister 2 

101 Golilen Gate av 100 

Burcham place 

201 Turk 200 

301 Edd.v 300 

401 Ellis 400 

.501 O'Fariell 500 

601 Gearv 600 

701 Post ..„ 700 

801 Suiter 800 

901 Bush SOO 

1001 Pine 1000 

1101 Calilbrnia 1100 

Acorn allev 

1201 Sacramento 1200 

1301 Clav 1300 

1401 Washington 1400 

1501 Jackson 1.500 

1601 Pacific IfiOO 



1609 Lvnch 

■ — Bernard 1614 

1701 Broadway 1700 

- Waldo alley 

Glover 

1801 Vallejo 1800 

1901 Green 1900 

Lincoln 

2001 Union 2000 

Havens 

2101 Filbert 2100 

2201 Greenwich 2200 

2301 Lombard 2300 

2401 Chestnut 2400 

2501 Francisco _ 2500 

2601 Bay 2600 

2701 North Point 2700 

Montgomery av.... 

2801 Beach 2800 

(e) Jefferson (e) 

Iied:»-ard, bet Concord 
and Scott avs fm Silver av 
SE. 
liCe, fm Cortland av S to 
San Bruno Koad, S s B H. 
IieideMdorflr, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Pine N to Clay. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Pine 2 

101 (Jalifornia .<... 100 

Halleck- 

201 Sacramento 200 

213 Commercial 212 

(e) Clay (e) 

I<ena Place, bet Shasta 
and Napa from Illinois E. 

Iieonard. bet Eddy and 
Turk fm Leavenworth W. 

I^eonore, E s San Bruno 
Koad o miles fm City Hall. 

Iieroy Place, bet Jones 
and Leavenworth fm Sac- 
ramento N and S. 

Ije.strade Plaee, bet 
Kearny and Tiupont fm 
Pacific N. 

lieM'iH. fm Polk W to Pre- 
sidio Reservation fronting 
the bay. 

Kiewis. See Addison. 

l<ew-is Place, bet Post 
and Sutter fm Taylor to 
Jones. 

liibcrty, bet Third and 
Fourth See Clyde. 

liiberty, bet Twentieth 
and Twenty-first fm Val- 
encia W to Castro. 

liick, bet Union and Fil- 
bert fm Taylor W. 

lilck Alley, bet Market 
and Mission fm First W. 

liick Place, bet Mont- 

fomerv and Kearnv fm 
'ost to Sutter. 
Iiida Plaee, bet Mission 
and Valencia fm Fifteenth 
S to Sixteenth. 
I^iebis. San Miguel. 
lillac Alley, bet Mission 
and Capp from Twenty- 
fourth to Twenty-sixth. 
Iilly Avenne, bet Page 

ami Oak fm Franklin W. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Franklin 2 

101 Gough 100 

201 Octavia 200 

.•«1 Laguna 300 

401 Buchanan 400 

501 Webster 500 

Iiima, bet Leavenworth 

and Hvde I'm Filbert N. 
I4 i n e o 1 n . B H. See 

Blaine, 
lilneoln Avenue, bet 
Green and Union fm 
Jones W. 
I<incoln Plaee, bet 
Union and Filbert fm 
Hyde E. See Allen. 
I<incoln Place, bet 
Howard and Folsom fm 
Fremont E. 
Iiincoln Road, bet 
Clara av and Douglass fm 
Twentieth to Twenty-sec- 
ond. 
I^inden Avenne, bet 
Fell and Hayes fm E B 
Van Ness av to Webster. 



South. Street. N. side. 

1 Van Ness av 2 

101 Franklin _,. 100 

201 Gough 200 

301 Octavia 300 

401 Laguna 400 

501 Buchanan 500 

(f1 Webster (e) 

liippard Avenue, 
Mission and Thirtieth St 
Extension Homestead Un- 
ion. 
I<iHbon. Excelsior Home- 
stead .Vssoclatlon. 
laittle, bet Mission and 
Delaware av fm Ocean 
House Road N. 
liittle WebHter. See 

n'iiithrop. 
JLiiKzie. bet Twenty-ninth 
and Thirtillh fm Mission 
SE. 
liiewellyn, bet Bourne 
and Orsenius fm Nashua 
N to Freedom. 
I<obOH, Railroad Home- 
stead. 
l<obo« Square, bet 
Webster and Laguna, 
Chestnut and Bay. 
lioenttt, bet Laurel and 

S|jru(;e fm California N. 
IjOctiMt A\'enne, bet 
McAllister and (iolden 
Gate av fm Larkin to Fill- 
more. 
South. Street. ^V. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

:«)1 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 40O 

501 Octavia 500 

601 Laguna 600 

701 Buchfwan 700 

LiOgaii. fm La Grand S. 
Iionibard, bet Green- 
wich and Chestnut W fm 
Battery to Presidio Reser- 
vation. 
South. Street. jV. side. 

1 Battery (d) 

Sansome 

101 Montgomery 100 

Winthrop 

201 Keam.v 200 

Good Children 

Julius 

.301 Dupont _.. 300 

Wells court 

501 Stockton 500 

507 Lombard plac*- 

601 Powell 600 

Chambers alley 

701 Mason 700 

705 Hartmann _. 

Fielding 708 

Montgomery av.... 

713 Jansen 

801 Taylor 800 

901 Jones 900 

1001 Leavenworth 1000 

1101 Hyde 1100 

Henry 

1201 Larkin ,1200 

1301 Polk 1300 

1401 Van Ness avenue„1400 

1501 Franklin 1500 

1601 Gough 1600 

1701 Octavia 1700 

1801 Laguna 1800 

1901 Buchanan 1900 

2001 Webster 2000 

2101 Fillmore ...„ 2100 

2201 Steiner 2200 

2.301 Pierce 2300 

2401 Scott 2400 

2.501 Devisadero 2500 

2601 Broderick 2600 

2701 Baker 2700 

(e; Lyon (e) 

Iionibard Place, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Lombard S. 
liOndon, Excelsior 

Homestead Association. 
IjOoniiM, fm Railroad av 
near Waterloo N to Rail- 
road av near Kossuth. 
liOtt., bet Lyon an<l Ma- 
sonic av N fm Waller to 
Turk. 



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lionisa, bet Folsom and 
Harrison fm KItch to 
Fourth. 

Iioalsa Alley, N s Lou- 
isa bet Hayward and Eliz- 
abeth. 

IiOUisbHrg, bet Howth 
and Tara fm Ocean House 
Road to Mt Vernon av. 

liouiaiana, l)et Mary- 
land and Georgia fm Sola- 
no S to Honduras. 

IiOwell,West End Home- 
stead Association. 

liOzier, bet Kearny and 
Dupont fm Jackson to Pa- 
cific. 

liuck, fm Orleans to Ber- 
nal av. 

liucy, bet Blasonic av and 
Ashbury fm"Valler S. 

liundy Iiane, fm Vir- 
ginia av NE to Coso av, 

Iiunt Avenue, bet Crol- 
denGate av and McAllister 
fm Laguna 

li .y e 1 1 , Spring Valley 
Homestead Association. 

Iiyncta, bet Pacific and 
Broadway fm Leaven- 
worth to Hyde. 

Ijyon, bet Baker and Lott 
N fm Haight to Turk, and 
bet Baker and Ceniral av 
fm Geary to Lewis. 

liyons, B H. See minot 

liysett Place, tset Jones 
and Leavenworth fm Sac- 
ramento S. 

M, l)et L and N fm Seventh 
av W. 

M, South S F. See Yazoo 

M, bet Twenty-second and 
Twenty-third fm Sanchez 
to Diamond. See AlTa- 
rado. 

mabel Alley, bet O'Far- 
rell and Geary fm Hyde E 

maeedoiiia, S s Califor- 
nia av S to Cortez, B H. 

9Iadaga»ear, South S 
F, bet Jamaica and Gib- 
raltar fm Eailroad av to 
County line. 

Madeira, South S I', bet 
Costa Rica and Uruguay 
fm Railroad av to County 
line. 

madden, bet Third and 
Fourth fm King to Berry. 

madison, bet Knox and 
Gambter fm Silver av S 

madrid. Excelsior Home- 
stead Association. 

Maggie Alley,bet Geary 
and Post fm Jones E. 

magnolia, bet Lombard 
and Chestnut fm Laguna 
W. 

maiden Iiane,bet ?\Innt- 
gomery and Kearny fin 
Montgomery av S. 

maiden I<ane, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Vallejo N. See Valcan 
liane. 

main, bet Spear and Beaie 
fm Market SE to the bav. 

East. Street. W. side. 
1 Slarket 2 

Meeks place 

Main street place.. 

101 Mission 100 

301 Howard 200 

301 Folsom 300 

Rincon court 

401 Harrison 400 

(e) Br.vant (e) 

main Street Place, 
bet Market and Mission 
fm Main E. 

malaeca. South S F, bet 
Guiana and Tobago fm 
Railroad av to County 
line. 

maiden Alley, bet 
First and Second f m How- 
ard .SE. 

malta. South S F, bet 
Bermuda and Jamaica fm 
Railroad av to Water 
Front. 



malvinn Place, bet 

Sacramento and Clay fm 
Mason W. 

manchesler, fm Mon- 
tezuma S to Ripley pi, 
B. H. 

manlla. South S F, bet 
Montenegro and St Thom- 
as fm Islais to California 
Drv Dock. 

manitoba. South S F, 
bet Marquesas and Dom- 
inica fm Baker av SE to 
Water Front. 

mansell, S of Olmstead 
fm San Bruno Road W, 
U. M. T. 

mansfield, bet Ion and 
Knox fm La Grand av SE 

mansion House 
Place, bet California and 
Sacramento fm Dupont 'U . 

maple, bet Spruce and 
Cherry fm California N. 

maple Court, bet Guer- 
rero and Dolores f m Four- 
teenth N. 

marcy Place, bet Ma- 
son and Taylor fm Jack- 
son S. 

marengo, SE of San Bru- 
no Road 3 miles fm City 
Hall. See Plymouth. 

margaret Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
VaUeJo N. 

margaret Place, bet 
Mason and Ta vlor f m Turk 
N. 

margary, bet Sanchez 
and Noe fm Alvarado S to 
Clipper. 

maria, bet Harrison and 
Bryant and Seventh and 
Eighth E and W sides of 
Chesley. 

marin, bet Colusa and 
Tulare fm the bay W to 
Pennsylvania. 

marion Place.bet Tay- 
lor and Jones fm Union N 

mariposa, bet Santa 
Clara and Solano fm the 
bay W to Harrison. 

mariposa Terrace, 
bet Seventh and Eighth 
fm Harrison N. 

market, fm East SW to 
corner Castro and Seven- 
teenth. 

S. E. Street. A\ W. side. 
1 East and Sacra'to.. 2 

(c) Steuart 

101 Spear 

Drumm and Cal'a.. 100 

201 Main 

Davis and Pine 200 

301 Beale..„ 

401 Fremont 

Front 300 

501 First 

Battery and Bush. 400 

527 Ecker 

Sansome & Sutter.. .500 

601 Second 

Montg'y and Post.. 600 

617 New Montgomery 

639 Annie 

Kearny and Gearv TOO 

701 Third 

Brooks 7^ 

Dupont & O'Far'l. 800 

801 Fourth 

Stockton and EUis &00 

Powell and Eddy.. .1000 

901 Fifth 

Mason and Turk.. .1100 

1001 Sixth „... 

Taylor and Golden 

Gate av 1200 

Jones & McAllist.rl.300 

1101 Seventh 

City Hall avenue... 

1201 Eighth 

1301 Ninth 

Larkln and Hayes..l600 

1401 Tenth — 

Polk and Fell 1700 

1-501 Eleventh 

Van Ness av4 Oak 1800 

1601 Potter 

Fran kiln and Page. 1900 

Bose avenue 1912 



1701 Brady — 

Gough and Haight2000 

1801 Valencia 

- — Octavia & Waller...2100 

Hermann — - 

Pearl 

1901 Guerrero 

Laguna and Kate.2200 

Ridlev 

2001 Dolores 

Buchanan 2.300 

2101 Church and Four- 
teenth 3400 

2201 Flfteenth"&San'z.350O 
2:»1 Sixteenth andNoe.2600 
(e) .Seventeenth and 

Castro le) 

marquesas. South S F, 
bet Corea and Manitoba 
fm Schneider to Water 
Front. 

marttaa Place, bet Ma- 
son and Taylor fm Geary S. 

martin, bet Bush and 
« Sutter fm Dupont E. 

martinique. South S F, 
bet Tobago and Costa Rica 
fm Railroad av to County 
line. 

mary, bet Fifth and Sixth 
fm Sllssion to Howard. 

mary Iiane, bet Kearny 
and Dupont fm Bush S. 

mary land, bet Delaware 
and Louisiana fm Solano 
S to Honduras. 
mason, bet Powell and 
Taylor N fm Market to Jef- 
ferson. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Turk.. 2 

101 Eddv 100 

201 Ellis 200 

Latham place 

217 Dikeman place 

.301 O'Farrell 300 

401 Geary 400 

4<59 Derby 

419 Kappelercourt 

.301 Post 500 

Scheerer place - — 

601 Sutter 600 

Delta place 616 

701 Bush 700 

Hooker allev . 

801 Pine 800 

Frank place 

901 California WX) 

lOOl Sacramento lOOO 

1011 Ewer Place 

1017 Malvina place 

Dawson place 

1101 Clay 1100 

1107 Matthew place 

Sheppard place lUO 

1201 Washington 12O0 

1301 Jackson 1300 

John 1-314 

1401 Pacific 1400 

1501 Broadway 1500 

1601 Vallejo 1600 

1701 Green 1700 

Winter's lane 1716 

1801 Union 1800 

Kent 1809 

1901 Filbert 1900 

1911 Valparaiso 

2001 Greenwich 2000 

Montgomery av 

2101 Lombard 2100 

2201 Chestnut 2200 

Water 

2:»1 Francisco 2.300 

Vandewater 

2401 Bav 2400 

2.501 North Point 2500 

Alaska place 

2601 Beach 2600 

(e) Jefferson (e) 

masonic Avenue, bet 

Lott and Ashbury S fm 
Geary. 
massactausettjt, bet 

New York and Delaware 

fm Sonoma S to Honduras 
massasoit, fm Cortez SE 

to Franconla av, B H. 
mateo, W of Miguel from 

San Jos6 Road NW to 

Cherry. 



mattliew Place, bet 

Clay and Washington Im 

Ma>on W. 
mauritins, .South 8 F, 

bet Lahaina and Java fm 

Elmira SE to Alleghany. 
maxnrell, bet Larkln and 

Polk fm Broadway N to 

Vallejo. 
mayllo\rer, E s Rose- 

crans bet California av 

and Powhattan, B H. 
mazzlni, E of Orleans 

fm Preclta Creek SE to 

Schneider. 
mcAllisfer, bet Fulton 

and Golden Gate av W 

fm Junction Joues and 

Market. 
South. Street. -V. side. 
1 Market and Jones 2 

Park avenue 

Leavenworth 100. 

Hyde 200 

Brown's alley 

301 Larkin 300 

401 Pollt 400 

501 Van Ness avenue.. 500 

601 Franklin 600 

701 Gough 700 

801 Octavia 800 

901 Laguna 900 

1001 Buchanan 1000 

1101 Webster „.1100 

1201 Fillmore 1200 i 

1-301 Steiner 1300 , 

1401 Pierce 1400 

1-301 Scott 1500 

1601 Devisadero 1600 

1701 Broderlck 1700 

1801 Baker 1800 

1901 Evon 1900 

2001 Lott 2000 

(e) Masonic avenue... (e) 

mcCIellan, fm Califor- 
nia av bet MInot and Wool 
S to Cortland av, B H. 

mcCormlck, bet Hyde 
and Larkin fm Pacific S. 

mcDerniott Place, 
bet Turk and Eddy fm 
Jones W. 

mcliaren Iiane, bet 
ThirteenthandFourteenth 
fm Folsom \V. 

mcLea Court, bet Har- J 
rison and Brvantfm Ninth i 
NE. 

meacham Place, bet 
Hvdc and Larkin fm Post 
S. 

mears, bet Merrifield and 
First av fm Geary N. 

medau Place, bet Du-i 
pont and Stockton fm Fil- 
bert N. 

medford, bet Astor and 
Tobin SE to County line, 
Visitaclon Valley. 

me d way Alley, bet 
Church and Chattanooga 
fm Twenty-third N. 

meeks Place, bet Mar- 
ket and Mission fm Main 
W. 

melius, bet Mission and 
Howard fm Fremont W. 

mendocino, bet Calave- 
ras and Plumas fm the bay 
W to Honduras. . 

merced, S s Thirtieth nr 
Noe S to Laldley. 

mercer, fm Cortland av 
S to Crescent av, B H. 

merchant, bet Clay and 
Washington Wfm East to 
Kearny. 

South. Street. X. side. 

1 East 2 

(6) Drumm (&) 

(6) Davis (ft) 

301 Front 300 

401 Batterv 400 

501 Sansome -300 

601 Montgoraer>- 600 

Dunbar alley 628 

(«) Kearny (e) 

merrilield, bet Chase 
and Mears fm Geary N. 

merrill, bet Vallejo and 
Green fm Jones to Leav- 
enworth. 



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Nrrrill. bet Wnilamgon 
and Goettlngen fm Silver 
av N. 

Herrim acN of Alameda 
fm tin' bay to Tennessee. 

Meritey Alle.v, bet T)o- 
iDrcs ami Clintlanooga fm 
Twentv-lhlrd N. 

Itetrair Plaoe.bet Post 
anil SiittiT fill I,aitiina W. 
Set- KwinK I*in<'e. 

Bletralfe Place, bet 
MaRon and Tavlor tm 
Gear>- N. 

Hex ICO, bet Alaska and 
Cfilorado fm Water Front 
S t(i India. 

Hictiliran, bet GeorKia 
and Illinois fm Solano S to 
Honduras. 

Middle, bet Fillmore and 
Webster fm I'ine to Cali- 
fornia. 

midway, bet Dupont and 
Stockton fm Franci.<co to 
Bay. 

Hid wa.r Kant., bet Kear- 
ny and Dupont tm Fran- 
cisco to Day. 

Midway Wert, bet .Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Fran- 
cisco to Bay. 

Bflffuel, fm BemU near 
Fairmount SE to San Jos6 
Koad. 

If lleH 4'ourt, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Califor- 
nia y. 

Xlllea Place, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Sacra- 
mento N. 

niller Place, bet 
Fonrth and Fifth ftn Fol- 
som S. 

Blillei Place, bet Post 
and Sutter fm Dupont W. 

Hilton. Spring Valley 
Homestead As.soclation. 

Minerva. Railroad 
Homestead. 

Minna, bet Mission and 
Howard fm First SW. 

^. E. Street. xV. W. side. 
1 First 2 

Shaw alley 

101 Second 100 

New Montgomery 

201 Third 200 

301 Fourth 300 

401 Fifth 400 

Mary 

501 Sixth 500 

Rnss 

Seventh 600 

Julia 646 

Eighth 700 



601 

645 

701 

(6) 

(6) 

1001 

1021 

(6) 

(W 

1301 

Lb) 



Ninth (6) 

Tenth (&) 



Eleventh. 1000 

Lafavette place 1020 

Twelfth (6) 

Thirteenth (6) 

Fourteenth 1300 

Flft^^enth (6) 

Minna Place, bet Mis- 
sion and Howard fm Beale 
W. 
Minnesota, bet Tennes- 
see and Indiana fm South 
S to Tulare. 
Minnie, bet Ashbnry and 

Clayton fm Waller S. 
Minol, fm California av S 

to Cortland av, B. H. 
Mint A venue, t>et Fifth 
and Sixth fm Mission N 
and bet MarKet and Mis- 
sion fm Fifth W. 
HiBHlon, bet Market and 
Howard SW fm East to 
Thirteenth, thence S to 
County Koad. 
S.K Street. Jff.W.side. 

1 East 2 

(c) Stenart _ (c) 

101 Spear 100 

201 Main 200 

301 Beale 300 

401 Fremont 400 

501 First 500 

Bk^ker 

537 Shaw alley. „.. 

Anthony 570 



601 Second 600 

New Montgomer>-. 

Annie 650 

701 Third 700 

Opera alley 

801 Fourth 800 

901 Fifth 900 

Mint avenue 

921 Marv 

1001 Sl.xth 1000 

1101 Seventh 1100 

Ml.'islon alley 

1201 Eighth 1200 

Laskle 12."» 

1301 Ninth 1300 

1313 Berkeley avenue... 

i:C3 (jrand avenue — 

1401 Tenth 1400 

1501 Eleventh 1500 

1525 Lafavette 

Potter 1600 

West Mission _ 

1601 Twelfth 

Bond 

1701 Thirteenth 

Ridlev 1700 

1749 Erie 

1801 Fourteenth 1800 

1901 Filteenth 1900 

20O1 Sixteenth 2000 

2013 Goldman place 

2101 Seventeenth 2100 

Clarion alley; 

Willows avenue ...2120 

2201 Eighteenth 2200 

2301 Nineteenth 2300 

2401 Twentieth 2400 

2501 Twentv-first 2500 

2601 Twentv-second 2600 

2701 Twenty-third 2700 

2801 Twentv-fourth 2800 

2901 Twentv-fifth 2900 

3001 Twenty-sixth 3000 

Miaalon and Ocean 
Road, fm terminus of 
■ Mission W. 
Mission Alley, bet 

Seventh and Eighth fm 
Mission N to Jessie. 

Mission Avenue, bet 
Valencia and Guerrero fm 
Seventeenth S. See 
Dearborn Place. 

Mission Plaza.bot Mis- 
sion and West Mission fm 
Twelfth to Thirteenth. 

Mississippi, bet Penn- 
sylvania and Te.xas fm 
Center S to Tulare. 

Missouri, bet Texas and 
Connecticut fm Center S to 
Tulare. 

Mohawk Avenue, 
San Miguel. 

Monongabela, South 
S F, bet Osage and Savan- 
nah fm. Honduras SW to 
Visltaclon Valley. 

Monroe, bet Stockton 
and Powell ftn Bush N to 
Pine. 

Montana. Railroad 
Homestead. 

Montcalm, bet Wolfe 
and Cortez fm California 
av E to Isabel, B H. 

Montenegro, South SF, 
bet Denmark and Manila 
fm Islals to California Dry 
Dock. 

Montezuma, fm Coso av 
E to Folsom, B H. 

Montgomer.v, bet San- 
some and Kearny N fm 
Market to Francisco. 

West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Post... 2 

101 Sutter 100 

201 Bush 200 

301 Pine.„ 300 

319 Summer 

401 California 400 

501 Sacramento 500 

513 Commercial 518 

601 Clav 600 

613 Merchant 622 

701 Washington 700 

Montgomery av.... 

801 Jackson 800 

Gold 806 

901 PacUic 900 

915 Montgomery court 



1001 



Broadway 1000 

Hinckley 

Vallejo 1100 

Jackson place 1112 

Green 1200 

Moulton place 

Union 1300 

Montgomery place 

Alta 1314 

Filbert 1400 

Greenwich 1500 

Lombard 1600 

Chestnut (b) 

Francisco (e) 

Montgomery Av- 
enue, fm NW cor Mont- 
gomery and W'ashlngton 
NW to Beach. 
5 W. Street. N. E. side. 
Wash and Mont.. 2 

Gibbs 

Jackson. 100 

Kearny 

Pacific 200 

Adier 

Broadway 300 

Dupont 

Vallejo 400 

Stockton 

Green 500 

Union 600 

Powell 

Filbert 700 

Greenwich 800 

Mason 

Lombard 900 

Chestnut 1000 

Taylor 

Francisco 1100 

Jones 

Bay 1200 

North Point 1300 

Leavenworth. 

Beach. (e) 



1101 

1201 

1301 
1311 
1315 
1401 
1501 
IGOl 
1701 
(«) 



1 
101 
201 
301 

401 



501 
601 

701 

801 

901 
1001 

1101 

1201 
1301 



(e) 



Montsomery Court, 

bet Pacific and Broadway 
fm Montgomery W\ 

Montgomery Place, 
bet Lnion and Filbert fm 
Montgomery N. 

Monticello, City Land 
Association. 

Moore Placse, bet Hyde 
and Larkin fm Union N. 

More.v Alley, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Broad- 
wav to Vallejo. 

Morrel Place, bet 
Hyde and Larkin fm Pa- 
cific N. 

Morris Avenue, bet 
Fifth and Sixth fm Har- 
rison to Bryant. 

Morse, bet Dnpont and 
Kearny fm Bush to Pine. 
See tit 6eorge Alley 

Morse, San Miguel.W End 
Map No 1. 

Mor.se Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fin 
Broadway S. 

Morton, bet Geary and 
Post fm Kearny to Stock- 
ton. 

Moscow, Excelsior 
Homestead Association. 

Moss, bet Sixth and Sev- 
enth fm Howard to Fol- 
som. 

Moulton, bet Greenwich 
and Lombard fm Buchan- 
an to Steiner. 

Moulton Place, bet 
Green and Union fm Mont- 
gomery W. 

Moultrie, fm Cortland 
av to Crescent av, B H. 

Mount Vernon Av- 
enue, bet Mission and 
San Jose Road fm Accacia 
SE. 

Mulford Alley, bet 
Bush and Pine fm Tav- 
lor E. 

Muni^. Excelsior Home- 
stead Association. 

Myrtle Avenue, bet 
O'Farrell and Geary fm 
Larkin to Laguna. 

South. Street. N. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 



201 Van Nesg avenne. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Goiigh 400 

.501 Uctavia 50O 

601 Laguna _ 600 

ti, bet M and ftn Seventh 
av W. 

N. South S F. See Sus- 
quehanna. 

NaKlee Avenue, San 
Miguel. 

Napa, bet Butte and Sierra 
tin till? bay Wto Harrison. 

Napier Alley, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Filbert N. 

Naples. Kxcelslor Home- 
stead Association. 

Napoleon, bet Norman 
and Tulare fm Biggs SW to 
Orleans. 

Nashua, fm Islals Creek 
S to Islals Creek, Gift Map 
No 4. 

Natick, bet Roanoke and 
Castro fm Chenery S. 

Natonia, bet Mission and 
Howard fm Fremont SW. 

S.E. Street. N.W.side. 

1 First 2 

101 Second 100 

New Montgomery 

(6) Third (6) 

(6) Fourth (b) 

401 Fifth 400 

501 Sixth 500 

601 Seventh 600 

701 Eighth 700 

(6) Ninth (b) 

901 Tenth 900 

1001 Eleventh 1000 

1019 Lafayette place ...,1018 

(6) Twelfth (6) 

(6) Thirteenth (6) 

1301 Fourteenth 1300 

(6) Fifteenth (6) 

Nebraska, bet Vennont 
and Utah fm Mission 
Creek S to Preclta Creek. 

Necropolis Avenue, 

bet Sixteenth and Seven- 
teenth fm Dolores W. 

Nevada, bet Eleventh and 
Twelfth fm Folsom SE to 
Harrison. See Norfolk 

Nevada, \>et Sierra and 
Yolo fm the bay W to Po- 
trero av. 

New Mont«romery, bet 
Second and Third ftn Mar- 
ket SE to Howard. 
E. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

15 Stevenson 

29 Jessie 30 

101 Mission 100 

Minna 

Natonia. 

(e) Howard (e) 

New Morse, West End 
Homestead. 

New Orleans Alley, 
bet Leavenworth and 
Hvde fm Green N. 

New Pacillc, bet Eighth 
and Ninth fm Mission N. 

New York, bet Virginia 
and Massachugett.s fm 
Water Front S to Hondu- 
ras. 

Newell, bet Mason and 
Tavlor fm Lombard N. 
See Fielding. 

Newhall, bet Lombard 
and Chestnut fm Stockton 
to Powell. 

Niagara Avenne, bet 
Seneca and Mount Vernon 
avs fm Mission W to San 
Jose Road. 

Nicaragua. South S F, 
bet Ecuador and Tahiti ftu 
San Bruno Road to Coun- 
tv line. 

Nineteenth, bet Eight- 
eenth and Twentieth fm 
Harri.son W. 

South. Street. Jf. side. 

1 Harrison 2 

101 Folsom 100 

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201 Howard 200 

Capp 

301 Mission 300 

Jessie 

Stevenson 

401 Valencia 400 

•501 Guerrero 500 

Dolores 

701 Church 700 

SOI Sanchez 800 

Ml Noe 900 

1001 Castro 1000 

Oolllngwood 

1101 Diamond 1100 

Eureka 

(e) Douglass (e) 

Kineteentb Avenue, 

fm Presidio Reservation S. 

Nineteentli Avenne, 

South SF. See lialiaina 

Ninth, bet Eighth and 

Tenth fin Marset SE to 

Mission Creek. 

Eaut. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

101 Mission 100 

Minna ,... 

Natoma — — 

201 Howard 200 

Tehama 

Clementina 

•■»1 Folsom 300 

401 Harrison 400 

McLea court 

501 Bryant 500 

601 Brannan 600 

Ninth Avenue, ixom 

PresidloReservatlon S toP. 

Nintli Avenue, South S 

F. See Corea. 
Noble, bet Fifth and Sixth 

fm Hubbell to South. 
Noble Place, bet How- 
ard and Folsom fm Third 
W. 
N o b 1 e's Alley, bet 
Union and Filbert fm Du- 
pont E. 
Noe, bet Sanchez and Cas- 
tro fm Kldley S to Thir- 
tieth. 
Noonan Avenue, bet 
Howard and Clementina 
fm Eighth E. 
Noonan's Alley, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Vallejo S. 
Norfolk, bet Eleventh 
and Twelfth fm Foisom 
SE to Harrison. 
Norman, bi't Bourbon 
and Napoleon fin Precita 
Creek SW to Orleans. 
North Avenue,fm Coso 
av SW to HoUy Park, B H. 
North Pointy bet Bay 
and Beach W fm Kearny 
to Presidio Reservation. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

Kearny 2 

(c) Dupont (c) 

101 Stockton 100 

201 Powell 200 

301 Mason 300 

401 Taylor 400 

501 Jones 500 

Montgomery av.... 

601 Leavenworth 600 

701 Hyde 700 

801 Larkln 800 

901 Polk 900 

Van Ness avenue.. 
Gov't Reservation 

Laguna 1400 

Buchanan 1500 

1601 "Webster 1600 

3701 Fillmore 1700 

1801 Steiner 1800 

1901 Pierce 1900 

2001 Scott 2000 

2101 Devlsadero 2100 

2201 Broderick 2200 

2:301 Baker 2300 

(e) Lyon (e) 

North YVillard, bet 
Parker and First Av, fm 
D, N to Odd Fellows Cera. 
Norton, Academy Tract. 
Norton Court, bet Sev- 
enth and Eighth fm Bran- 
nan S. 



Norton P 1 a c e, bet 

Montgomerv and Sansome 
fm Filbert N. 

Norwich, bet Montezu- 
ma and Prospect av fm 
Folsom W, B. H. See 
Stonenian. 

Nu nan's Alley, bet 
Howard and Tehama fm 
Eighth E. 

Nye, fm Cadwallader N to 
Islals Creek. 

©, bet N and P fm Elglith 
av W. 

OTonnell Place, bet 
Mason and Powell, from 
Vallejo N. 

O'Farrell, bet EUis and 
Geary W fm Junction Du- 
pont and Market. 

South. Street. N. side. 
1 Market and Dupt.. 2 

■ Bagley place 14 

Julia court 28 

101 Stockton 100 

201 Powell 200 

219 Carlos place 

O'Farrell alley 228 

301 Mason 300 

Raphael place 

401 Taylor 400 

William 430 

501 Jones 500 

601 Leavenworth 600 

Harlem alley 

Ada court 

701 Hyde 700 

801 Larkin 800 

901 Polk 900 

1001 Van Ness avenue..lOOO 

1101 Franklin.... 1100 

1201 Gough 1200 

1301 Octavia 1300 

1401 Laguna 1400 

1501 Buchanan 1500 

1601 Webster 1600 

1701 FiUmore 1700 

1801 Steiner 1800 

1901 Pierce 1900 

2001 Scott 2000 

2101 Devisadero 2100 

2201 Broderick 2200 

(e) St Joseph's av (e) 

O'Farrell Alley, bet 

Powell and Mason fm 
O'Farrell N and bet O'Far- 
rell and Geary f m Mason E. 
Oak, bet Page and FeU W 
fm Junction Van Ness av 
and Market. 
South. Street. JV. side. 
1 Mkt &Van Ness av 2 

101 Franklin 100 

201 Gough 200 

301 Octavia 300 

401 Laguna 400 

501 Buchanan 500 

601 Webster 600 

701 Fillmore 700 

801 Steiner 800 

901 Pierce 900 

1001 Scott 1000 

1101 Devisadero 1100. 

1201 Broderick 1200 

1301 Baker 

1401 Lyon 

1501 Lott 

1601 Masonic avenue... 

1701 Ashbury 

1801 Clayton 

1901 Cole 

2001 Shrader 

(e) Stanyan (e) 

Oak Orove Avenue, 

bet I'ifth and Sixth Im 
Harrison to Bryant. 

Oak Place, " bet Geary 
and Post f m Mason to Tay- 
lor. See Derby. 

Ocean House and 
Beach Boad, fm ter- 
mination Point Lobos av 
S and E to Ocean View 
House. ^ 

Ocean IIous^Boad, 
(Central) fm McAllister 
SW to Ocean View House. 

Ocean Sonse Boad, 
(Mission) fm Mission Do- 
lores SW to Ocean View 
House. 



Ocean House Boa<l, 

(old) fm San Josfi Road nr 

Industrial School W to 

Ocean View House. 

Octavia, bet Gough and 

Laguna N fm Market to 

Lewis. 

We.it. Street. E. side. 

1 Market & Waller... 2 

101 Halght 100 

Rose avenue 

201 Page 200 

Lily avenue 

301 Oak 300 

Hickory avenue.... 

401 Fell 400 

Linden avenue 

501 Hayes 500 

Ivy avenue 

601 Grove 600 

Birch avenue _ 

701 Fulton 700 

Ash avenue 

801 McAllister 800 

Locust avenue 

Golden Gate av 

Jefferson Square... 

1101 Eddy 1100 

Willow avenue 

1201 Ellis 1200 

Olive avenue 

1301 O'Farrell 1300 

31yrtle avenue 

1401 Geary 1400 

Cedar avenue 

1501 Post 1500 

Walnut avenue 

1601 Sutter 1600 

Fern avenue 

1701 Bush 1700 

Austin 

1801 Pine 1800 

1901 California 1900 

Sacramento 

Lafayette Park 

2201 Washington 2200 

2.301 Jackson 2300 

2401 Pacific 2400 

2501 Broadway 2500 

2601 Vallejo 2600 

2701 Green 2700 

2801 Union 2800 

Grisar 

2901 Filbert 2900 

3001 Greenwich 3000 

3101 Lombard 3100 

3201 Chestnut 3200 

3301 Francisco 3300 

Bay 

Gov't Reservation 

3801 Tonquin 3800 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Ohio, bet Sansome and 
Montgomery fm Pacific to 
Vallejo. See Prescott. 

Ohio, bet Wyoming and 
Virginia fm Water Front 
S to Honduras. 

Old Hickory, E s And- 
over av nr Crescent av E 
to San Bruno Road. 

Old San JTose Boad, 
fm Junction Valencia and 
Twenty - second SW to 
County line. 

Olean, Gift Map No 4. 

Olive Avenue, bet El- 
lis and O'Farrell fin Lar- 
kin to Buchanan. 

South. Street. JV. side. 

1 Larkln 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

.501 Octavia 500 

601 Laguna 600 

01iv«* Court, bet Laguna 
and Buchanan fm Union S. 

Oliver, West End Home- 
stead. 

Olmstead, bet Dwight 
and Mansell fm San Bru- 
no Road W, U. M. T. 

Olney Place, bet Town- 
send and King fm Ham- 
mond SW. 

Oneida Avenue, San 
•Miguel. 

Oneida Place, bet 
Stockton and Dupont fm 
Sacramento S. 



Onondaga Avenue, 

San Miguel, W End Map 
Nol. 

Opal Place, bet Golden 
Gate av and Turk fm Tay- 
lor E. 

Opera Alley, bet Third 
and Fourth fm Mission 
NW. 

Ophir Alley, bet Taylor 
and Jones fm Post N to 
Lewis pi. 

Orange Alley, bet Va- 
lencia and Bartlett fm 
Twenty-fourth to Twen.- 
ty-sixth. 

Ordway, bet Ward and 
Mansell fm San Bruno 
Road W. 

Oregon, bet Waahington 
and Jackson W fm East to 
Battery. 

South. Street. N. side. 

1 East 2 

101 Drumm 100 

201 Davis 200 

(b) Front 

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Orient Alley, bet 

Church and Vlcksburg fm 
Twenty-third N. 
Orizaba Avenue, City 

Land Association. 
Orleans, bet Vermont 
and Mazzinl fm Kansas 
SW to Tulare. 
Orsenius, fm Peabody S 

to Salome. 
Osage, South S F, bet 
Penobscot and Mononga- 
hela fm India SW to Visir 
tacion Valley. 
Osage Alley, bet Miss- 
ion and Bartlett fm Twen- 
ty-fourth N. 
Osborne, fm State N to 

Sixteenth. 
Oscar Alley, bet Second 
and Rodnev fm Clemen- 
tina NW. 
Otis Place, bet Seventh 
and Eighth fm Folsom SB 
Otsego, bet Cayuga and 
Delaware avs fm Geneva 
av N. 
Ottowa, San Miguel. 
Oxford, bet Cambridge 
and Harvard fm Silver av 
S, U M T. 
P. bet and Q fm Ninth av 

W. 
P, South S F. See iSt. 

John. 
Pacific, bet Jackson and 

Broadway W fm East. 
South. Street JV. side. 

1 East 2 

(c) Dmmm « (c) 

- Davis 100 

Front 200 

Battery 300 

Sansome 400 

Prescott 418 

Montgomery 500 

Jerome allej' 

Kearny 600 

Montgomery av.... 

Lestrade place 632 

Lozier 

Dupont 700 

Pacific place 706 

Sullivan alley 

Ellick alley 722 

Stockton 800 

Trenton 

Powell 900 

Keyes alley 906 

Scott place 922 

Hewlett alle.v 

Mason 1000 

Salmon 1016 

Auburn 

Himmelmann pi.. .1024 

Tavlor 1100 

Jones 1200 

Leavenworth 1300 

Burgovne place 

Hyde 1400 

Morrel place 1420 

McCormick 

Fourth place 

Larkin (e) 



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201 
301 
401 

501 

601 



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701 

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801 

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Pacinc Alley, bet Pa- 
wn t and StiKkton fm 
ilmajway S. 
Paoltie Avenue, tbat 
part of Pacific street ex- 
teuitlnK fm Larklnto First 
av; the nunibcrs continue, 
however, In regular onler 
fm the commencement of 
Pacific street: 
Smith. Street. N.sUle. 

IWl Larkin 1500 

IHin Polk IfiOO 

nil Van Ness avenue..I700 

isitl Franklin 1800 

IHcil GouKh. 1900 

J>pl Octavia 2000 

:im Lasnna 2100 

mi Buchanan 2200 

i!iU Webster 2300 

+11 FlUmore 2.400 

.•.=i<il StPluer 2500 

:*1 Pierce 2600 

.701 Scott 2700 

sn Devlpadero 2800 

301 Brotlerick 2!i00 

iOOl Baker 3000 

nm Lvon 3100 

COl C<?ntral avenue 3200 

!01 Walnut 3.%0 

iWl Laurel 3400 

<501 Locnst 3500 

«01 Spnice 3600 

m\ Jlaple 3700 

»01 Cherry 3800 

(e) First avenue (e) 

Pacific Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm I'a- 
iltU- N. 
Page, bet Halght and Oak 
\V fm Junction Franklin 
and Market. 
Smith. Street. y. side. 
1 Market 4 Franklin 2 

Gouph 100 

Octavia 200 

Lajnina 300 

Buchanan 400 

Webster 500 

Fillmore 600 

Steiuer 700 

Pierce 800 

f^^ Scott 900 
001 Devlsadero.- 1000 
-in' Broderlck 1100 

Baker 1200 

Lyon 1300 

Lott 1400 

Masonic avenue ...1500 

Ashbury 1600 

Clayton 1700 

Cola 1800 

901 Shrader 1900 

(c) Stanyan (e) 

Palmer, from Junction 
Chenery and Miguel to 
Bartlett. 
Palmetto Arenoe,fm 
Plymouth W to Worcester 
av. 
Pan ton Alley, cS 
Leavenworth bet Pine and 
.^California. 
T Paraguay, South S F, 
-' bet Servia and Teueriffe 
Im I^lals Creek to Water 
Front. 
Pardee Alley, bet Fil- 
bert and Greenwich fm 
Dupont W to Kramer pi. 
PariH, Excelsior Home- 

stea'l .^ssociatlon. 
Parle Avenue, bet Fifth 
and Sixth. .«ee Morrio 
Avenue. 
Park Avenue, bet Mar- 
ket ami the Cit- Hall SW 
fm JlcAMlsterto Larkin. 
>ark Avenue. Inclos- 
ihiT Hollv Park, SWb B^r- 
nal Heights. See Holly 
Park. 
Park Lane North, bet 
Bryant and Brannan fm 
Second lo Third. 
Park Lane South, bet 
Brvant and Brunnan fm 
Third tr. Central pi. 
Park Place. bet Folsoni 
and Harr .-'.11 fin Second K. 
Park Koad, S of Halght 
and E . f Broderlck, In- 
closing Bnena Vista Park. 



101 
201 

301 
401 
■501 
«il 
701 
801 
901 

:ooi 
' 1101 
"* 1201 

Wl 
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siji 

601 
701 
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Parker Alley, bet 

Powell and Clav av fm 
Clay X. 
Parker Avenue. l)et 
Odd Fellows', Calvary and 
Masonic Cemeteries fm 
Fulton N to (>ary. 
Parker Avenue, bet 
Wolfe and Jtutledge av fm 
Alabama K, B H. 
ParrotI .*Iley, bet Cal- 
ifornia and Sacramento fm 
Pa vis W. 
PatlerHon, E s Bernal 
Heights bPt San Bruno 
Road and Bernal. 
Paul. S s Crescent av nr 

San Bruno Koail. 
Pauldiuf;. fm Old San 
Jose Road NW of House 
of Correction. 
Peabody.bet Talbert and 
Rutland fm Sunny Vale 
Homestead S to County 
line. 
Pearl, bet Valencia and 
Guerrero fm Market to 
Ridley. 
Pelhani. bet Bourne and 

Orsenins fm Baker av N. 
Pennnylvania Av- 
enue, bet Iowa and Mis- 
sissippi fm Center S to 
Tulare. 
Penobscot, South S V, 
bet Santee and Of ase f ui 
India SW to Visitaclon 
VaUey. 
Perine, bet California and 
Sacramento fm Steiner to 
Pierce. 
Perry, bet Harrison and 
Brvant fm SE of Third to 
Fifth. 
S. E. Street. N. W. side. 

1 Vassar place 2 

101 Third 100 

201 Fourth 200 

(e) Fifth (e) 

Persia Avenue, Ex- 
celsior Homestead Asso- 
ciation. 
Petalnma Avenue, 

fm Point Lobos av. 
Pfeitfer, bet Chestnut 
and Francisco fin E s Du- 
pont to Stockton. 
Pierce, bet Steiner and 
Scott N fm Waller to 
Ijewls. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 WaUer 2 

101 Halght 100 

201 Page 200 

301 Oak 300 

401 Fell 400 

Hayes 

Alamo Square 

701 Fulton 700 

801 McAllister 800 

901 Golden Gate av HOO 

1001 Turk 1000 

1101 Eldy 1100 

1201 Ellis 1200 

1301 O'Farrell 1300 

Geary 

Hamilton Square... 

1501 Post 1500 

1601 Sutter. 1600 

1701 Bush 1700 

1801 Pine 1800 

1901 California 19i« 

• — - Perine 

2001 Sacramento 2000 

Clay 

Alta Plaza 

2301 Jackson 2.300 

2401 Pacific 2400 

2501 Bioadway 2500 

2601 Vallelo 2600 

2701 Green 2700 

2801 Union 2800 

2901 Filbert 2900 

:«oi Greenwich :ift00 

3101 Lombard 3100 

3201 Chestnut. 3200 

3301 Francl.sco 3300 

:M01 Bav .3400 

3501 North Point ^50n 

3601, Beach 3600 

3701 Jefferson. „ :<700 

3801 Tonquin 3800 

(e) Lewis ....„ (e) 



Pierce Row, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Union S. 
Pine, bet Bush and Cali- 
fornia \\' fm Market to 
Central av. 
South. Street, X. tide. 
1 Market and Davis 2 

101 Front 100 

201 Batter*- 200 

301 Sansome 300 

Leldesdorff 

335 Laura place 

401 Montgomery 400 

407 Russ alley 

4:15 Belden 

501 Kearnv 500 

505 St George alley 

515 Central place 

St Marv's place 520 

.527 Qulncv 532 

601 Dupont 600 

Sophie Terrace 

701 Stockton 700 

Prospect place 710 

T25 Monroe 

801 Powell 800 

901 Mason 900 

Jane place 908 

1001 Tavlor 1000 

1101 Jones 1100 

Touchard 

1201 Leavenworth 1200 

1301 Hvde 1300 

1401 Larkin 1400 

1501 Polk 1500 

1601 Van Ness avenue_1600 

1701 Franklin 1700 

1801 Gough 1800 

1901 Octavia 1900 

2001 Laguna _....2000 

2101 Buchanan 2100 

2201 Webster 2200 

Middle 

2301 Fillmore 2300 

2401 Steiner 2400 

2.501 Pierce 2500 

2601 Scott 2600 

2701 Devisadero _..2700 

2801 Broderlck „2800 

2901 Baker 2900 

3001 L.von 3000 

(e) Central avenue (e) 

Pink Alley, bet Ridley 

and Market fm Pearl W. 
Pinkham Place, bet 

Howard and Folsom fm 

Eighth W. 
Pinkney Place, bet 

Kearny and Dupont fm 

Broa-iway to Vallejo. 
Pioche Alley,betWav- 

erly pi and Stockton fm 

Stockton N. 
Pioneer Park, top of 

Tele-Taph Hill. 
Piper Alley, bet Miss- 
ion and Jessie fm Ecker. 
Pixley, bet Filbert and 

Greenwich fm Buchanan 

to Steiner. 
Platte, South S F, bet 

Savannah and Yazoo fm 

Honduras SW. 
Pleasant., bet Sacra- 
mento and Clay fm Taylor 

to Jones. 
Plumas, bet Mendocino 

and Fresno tm the bay W 

to Honduras. 
Plymouth, opp Sickles 

av fm Old San Jose Road 

N. 
Pocahontas, N s Cali- 

forn'a av nr MInot N to 

North av, B H. 
Point Lobos Avenue, 

bet Clement and A fm 

First av W. 
Polk, bet Larkin and Van 

Ness av N fm Market to 

Tvwis. 
\rext. Street. E. side. 

1 MarketandFell.... 2 

101 Hayes 100 

111 Ivy avenue „ 

201 Grove 200 

Birch avenue. 

301 Fnlton 300 

Ash avenue 

401 McAllister 400 

Locust avenue 

501 Golden Gate av.... 500 



Elm avenue 

601 Turk flOO 

Laurel avenue 

701 Eddy TOO 

Willow avenue 

801 Ellis 800 

807 Oliveavenue 806 

901 O'Farrell 900 

909 Myrtle avenue 908 

1001 Gearv 1000 

1009 Cedar avenue 1008 

1101 Post 1100 

Walnut avenue 

1201 Sutter 1200 

1211 Fern avenue 1210 

1301 Bush 1300 

i:!09 Austin 1314 

1401 Pine 1400 

1501 California 1500 

ItiOl Sacramento ,1600 

1701 CTav 1700 

1801 Washington 1800 

1901 .Tackson 1900 

2001 Pacific 2000 

2101 Broadway 2100 

2201 Vallejo 2200 

Bonita 

2.301 Green 2300 

2401 Union 2400 

2.501 Filbert 2.500 

2601 Greenwich 2800 

2701 Lombard 2700 

2801 Chestnut 2800 

2901 Francisco 2900 

3001 Bav 3000 

3101 North Point 3100 

3201 Beach 3200 

3301 Jeflferson 3300 

3401 Tonquin (d) 

le) Lewis (e) 

Polk Lane, bet Pacific 
and Broadway fm Stockton 
E. See Ktark. 
Pollard Place, bet 
Kearnv and Dupont fm 
Vallejo N. 
Pollock, South S F, bet 
Water Front and Von 
Schmidt fm Bermuda SW 
av SW to Countv line. 
Pope. West End Map No 2 
Poplar Alley, bet Va- 
lencia and San .Jose av fm 
Twenty-fourth N. 
Porter, S s Crescent av 

bet Decatur and Bache. 
Porter Avenue, San 

MiL'iiel. 
Porto Rico. South 6 F, 
bet Barbadoes and San 
Domingo fm San Bruno 
Road to County line. 
Portsmouth Siiuare, 
bet Clay and Washington, 
Kearny and Brenham pL 
Post, bet Geary and Sutter 
W fm Junction Market and 
Montgomery to Central av . 
South. Street. A^. side. 
1 Market and Mont 2 

Lick place 12 

101 Kearnv 100 

Gardner 112 

201 Dupont 200 

Stockton 300 

401 Powell 400 

501 Mason 500 

601 Taylor 600 

Agate alley 

617 William 

Ophir alley 

701 Jones 700 

801 Leavenworth 800 

901 Hyde 900 

Meacham place.... 

1001 Larkin 1000 

1101 Polk 1100 

1201 Van Ness avenue. 1200 

1301 Franklin 1300 

1401 Gough 1400 

1501 Octavia 1500 

1601 Lagiina 1600 

1701 Buchanan 1700 

1801 Webster 1800 

1901 Fillmore VOO 

Steiner 2000 

Pierce 2100 

2201 Scott 2200 

2301 Devisadero 2 XX) 

2401 Broderick. 2400 

2.501 Baker 2500 

2601 Lyon 2600 

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Post Office Place. See 

Cngtoin IIoiiNe PI. 
Potomac, South SF, bet 
Tombitrbee and San Joa- 
quin fm IsIalsSWto SU- 
verav. 
Potrero ATenne, bet 
Utah and Hampshire fm 
Brannan S to Preclta 
Creek. 
Potter, bet Eleventh and 
Brady (in Market 8E to 
MiB.sion. 
Powell, bet Stockton and 
Mason fm Market to Jef- 
terson 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Eddy.. 2 

101 Ellis 100 

201 O'FarreU 200 

:»1 Geary 

401 Post 400 

501 Sutter 500 

Ankeny place 518 

601 BuBh 600 

FeUa place 616 

701 Pine 700 

801 California 800 

901 Sacramento 900 

1001 Clay 1000 

1101 Washington 1100 

1201 Jackson 1200 

1211 John 

Caroline place 1218 

1301 Pacific 1300 

Eisher alley 

1401 Broadway 1400 

1501 Vallejo 1500 

1601 Green 1600 

1701 Union 

Montgomery av.... 

1801 Filbert 1800 

1901 Greenwich 1900 

2001 Lombard 2000 

2101 Chestnut 2100 

2201 Francisco 2200 

Vandewater 

2301 Bay 2300 

2401 North Point 2400 

2501 Beach (d) 

(.e) Jefferson (e) 

Powell Avenue, W s 

Calitornia av \V to San 
Job6 Eoad. 

Powltattan, fm North 
av E to Winslow, B H. 

Pragrue, Excelsior Home- 
stead Association. 

Pratt, bet Brannan and 
Townsend fm Seventh 
SW. 

Pratt Place, N s Cali- 
fornia bet Stockton and 
Powell. 

Preeita Avenue, from 
San Jos6 Koad nr Twenty- 
seventh E to San Bruno 
Road. 

Prcniiss, fm California 
av 8 to Cortland av, B H. 

Prescott, bet Sansome 
and Montgomery fm Pa- 
cific N to Broadwav and 
fm Vallejo R. 

Presidio Road, fm ter- 
mination of Central av N 
to Presidio Barracks 

Preston Place, bet 
Eighth and Ninth fm Bry- 
ant NW. 

Pretch, E of San Bruno 
Road 3 miles fm City HaU. 

Priest, bet Jones and 
Leavenworth fm Clay to 
Washington. 

Prim, San Miguel. 

Princeton, bet Univer- 
sity and Amherst fm Sil- 
ver av S, U M T. 

Pringle Court, bet 
Sansomeand Montgomery 
fm Greenwich N. 

Prospect Avenue, fm 
Oortland av NE to Coso 
av, B H. 

Prospect Place, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Pine to Clay. 

Pulaski, fm Cortland av 

5 to Crescent av, B H. 
Putnam, fm Cortland av 

6 to Crescent av, B H. 



Pntznian, £ of San Bru- 
no Road 3 miles fm City 
Hall. 

Q, Soutb S F. See Toni- 
bigbee. 

Q, bet P and R fm Tenth 
av W. 

Quince Alley, bet Do- 
lores and Fair Oaks fm 
Twenty-first to Twenty- 
fourth. 

Qulncy, bet Kearny and 
Dupont fm Pine to Cali- 
fornia. 

Quincy Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Pine S. 

Quinn, bet Ridley and 
Fourteenth fm E of Valen- 
cia W to Guerrero. 

R, bet Q and S fm Eleventh 
av W. 

R, South S F. See Poto- 
mac. 

Railroad Avenue, 
South S F, fm Denmark 
SW to San Bruno av nr 
Barbadoes. 

Railroad Avenue, 
fm Marengo to Delaware 
av. See Palmetto 
Avenue. 

Railroad Avenue, 
fm Islais Creek to Silver 
av. ^ee Rarneveld 
Avenue. 

Railway, bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth fm 
Dolores E. 

Ralston, City Land Asso- 
ciation. 

Ranisell, bet Arch and 
Victoria, City Land Asso- 
ciation. 

Randall, W s San 3os6 
Koad nr Thirtieth W to 
Palmer. 

Randall Place, bet 
Leavenworth and Hyde 
fm Greenwich N. 

Randolpb, bet Sargent 
and Stanley fm Orizaba av 
W, City Land Association 

Raphael Place, bet 
Taylor and Mason fm 
O'FarreU N. 

Rausch, bet Seventh and 
Eighth fm Howard to Fol- 
som. 

Ray n olds, Visitacion 
Valley. 

Reagan Place, bet 
Powell and Mason fm Gea- 
ry S. 

Redfield Alley, bet 
Union and Filbert fm 
Taylor W. 

Reed, bet Joryesand Leav- 
enworth fm Clay to Wash- 
ington. 

Reed Place, bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Green S. 

Regent, bet Sickles av 
and Llebig fm Old San 
Jose Road SB to Wyom- 
ing. 

Regley Place,ofirPierce 
nr Greenwich. 

Reservoir, bet Kate and 
Fourteenth fm Market W. 

Rlilne, San Miguel. 

Rhode Island, bet De 
Haro and Kansas fm 
Eighth S to Preclta Creek. 

Rice, San Miguel. 

Rickards, W s San Bru- 
no Road 3 miles fm City 
Hall. 

Ridley, bet Hermann and 
Fourteenth fm Mission W 
to Devisadero. 

Blggrs, fm Napoleon S to 

Schneider. 
Rincon Avenue, bet 
Brannan and Townsend 
fm Second to Japan. 

Rincon Court, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm Main 
SW. 
Rincon Place, bet First 
an' I Second fm Harrison to 
Federal. 



Rlngold, bet Folsom and 
Harrison fm Eighth to 
Ninth. 
Ripley Place, bet Ca- 
bot and Samoset fm Cali- 
fornia av W to California 
av, B. H. 
Ritch, bet Third and 

Fourth fm Folsom SE. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Folsom 2 

(ft) Harrison (6) 

201 Bryant 200 

301 Brannan 300 

(e) Townsend (e) 

Ritter, bet Seventh and 
Eighth SE fm Harrison. 

Roach, bet Taylor and 
Jones fm Filbert to Green- 
wich. 

Roanoke, bet Mateo 
and Castro fm Old San 
Jos6 Road NW to Bemls. 

Robbins Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Union N. 

Rockland, bet Union 
and Green fm Larkin E. 

Rodney, bet First and 
Second fm Folsom NW. 

Rondell Place, bet 
Mission and Valencia fm 
Sixteenth to Seventeenth. 

Roscoe, fm Crescent av 
W of Porter S. 

Rose, S s Chenery nr 
Castro. See 9f atick. 

Rose, S s Crescent av S to 
Case. See Salem. 

Rose Alley, bet Jessie 
and Mission fm New 
Montgomery W to Annie. 

Rose Avenue, bet 
Haight and Page fm Mar- 
ket W. 

South. Street. N. side. 

1 Market 2 

101 Gough 100 

201 Octavia 200 

301 Laguna 300 

401 Buchanan 400 

501 Webster 500 

Rose Place, bet Ellis 
and Eddy fm Taylor E. 

Rosecrans, fm Califor- 
nia av S to Powhattan, B 
H. 

Ross Alley. See 
Stout's Alley. 

Rousseau, Spring Val- 
ley Homestead Associa- 
tion. 

Rowland, bet Montgom- 
ery und Kearny ftn Broad- 
way S, and bet Pacific and 
Broadway fm Kearny E. 

Ruger, E of San Bruno 
Road 3 miles f m City Hall. 

Rushtou Place, bet 
Third and Fourth fm 
Brannan S. 

Russ, bet Sixth and Sev- 
enth fm Minna to Folsom. 

Russ Alley, bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Pine to Bush. 

Russell, bet Green and 
Union fm Hyde W. 

Russia Avenue, Ex- 
celsior Homestead Asso- 
ciation. 

Rutland, bet Peabody 
and Cora fm Sunny Vale 
Homestead Tract S to 
County line. 

Rutledge Avenue, B 
H. 

S, South S F. See San 
Joaquin. 

S, bet R and T fm east of 
Twelfth av W. 

Sacramento, bet Cali- 
fornia and Clay W fm 
Market. 

South. Street. N. side. 
1 Market and East... 2 

101 Drumm 100 

201 Davis 200 

301 Front 300 

401 Battery 400 

501 Sansome 500 

525 Leidesdorff. 522 



601 Montgomery 800 i 

629 Webb . > 

701 Kearny 700 

801 Dupont 800 • 

■ — Waverly place 810 

827 Oneida place ; 

833 Ploche alley 

901 Stockton 900' 

923 Prospect place 924 

Miles place 928 

1001 Powell 1000 ; 

1013 GuBtavns ( 

Tay 1014 

1101 Mason IIOM 

Yerba Buena, UWj 

1115 Cushman 

1201 Taylor 1200 

1301 Jones 1300 

1311 Lysett place 

1319 Leroy place 1320 

Golden court 

1401 Leavenworth 1400* 

Kimball place 1409^ 

1501 Hyde 1500; 

1601 Larkin 1600; 

1701 Polk 1700* 

1801 Van Ness avenue..l800, 

1901 Franklin 1900> 

2001 Gough 2000 

2101 Octavia 2100 

2201 Laguna 2200. 

2.301 Buchanan 2300^ 

2401 Webster 2400; 

2501 FiUmore 2500* 

2601 Steiner 2600. 

2701 Pierce 2700' 

2801 Scott 2800 

2901 Devisadero 2900 

3001 Broderick 3000 

3101 Baker 3100 

3201 Lyon 3200 

3301 Central avenue 330(J| 

3401 Walnut 34001 

.3501 Laurel 3500* 

3601 Locust 3600 

3701 Spruce 3700' 

3801 Maple 3800 

3901 Cherry 3900 

(e) First avenue (e) 

Sadowa,Ws Old San Jos6( 

Road nr San Miguel. * 

Sagamore, Railroad 

Homestead Association. 
Salem, fm Crescent avS 

to Case. 
Salinas Avenue, bet 

Malacca and Tobago fm' 

Railroad av W to Saa 

Bruno Road. 
Salmon, bet Mason and 

Taylor fm Pacific to Broad- 
way. 
Salmon Place, bet! 

Broadway and Vallejo fnr 

Larkin E. 
Salmon Place, bet 

Mason and Taylor fm. 

Green N. 
Salome, fm Islais Creelc 

NE to Baker av. 
Salvador, South S F,belf 

Java and Granada fm SU-i 

ver av to Alleghany, 
Samoset. bet Cortez an 

Cabot fm California av S' 

to Franconia av, B H. 
San Antonio, bet V 

lejo and Green fm Kear: 

W, and bet Kearny ani 

Dupont fm Vallejo N. 
San Bruno Avenue. 

fm San Bruno Road and 

Union av S to County lin* 
San Bruno Road, fm 

S end Netiiaska S E tflf. 

College Homestead Assn. '' 
San nomingo, Soutbi 

S F, bet Porto Rico andj 

Guatemala fm San BruD<(. 

Road to County line. j. 
San Joaquin, South Sp 

F, bet Potomac and Sk 

Francis fm Fslais SW. . 
San Jose Avenue, fm 

Castro (Falrmount Tract). 

SW to County line. 1 

San Jose Avenue, fnt 

Twenty-second bet ValenJ 

cla and Guerrero SW. 
San Jose Road, ,or 

County Road, f m teri 

minatlon Mission SW to 

County line. 



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San EihIm AIIe.T, S s 

.lockHoti bot l)\ipont and 
Stockton. 
San niKUOl Mtatlon, 

Sail .los? Itoad 5!^ m\\e» 
fm Oltv Hall. 
Sanclioz, bet Church and 
Nof rm Ridley S to Thlr- 
fk'th. 
Sausoine, bot Battery 
and Moiitcomery N fm 
Miirkt't to Chcstuiit. 
West. tStreet. E. side. 

1 Market and Sutter 2 

101 BuBh 100 

201 Pint- 200 

301 California 300 

313 Hallcck 312 

401 Sacramento 400 

417 Commercial 416 

501 Clay 500 

515 Merchant 514 

eoi Washington «» 

701 Jackson 700 

705 Gold 

801 Pacltic 800 

Stevens alley 

901 Broadway 900 

1001 Vallejo 1000 

1101 Green 1100 

1201 Union 1200 

Alta 

1301 Filbert 1300 

1401 Greenwich 1400 

1501 Lombard id) 

(e) Chestnut .(e) 

Santa Clara, bet Center 
anl llaripof-a fm the bay 
\\' to Harrison. 
antaRoMa Arenue. 
See St Roae'ii Ave- 
nue. 

Sante«, Sonth S F, bet 
TallapootJa and Penobscot 
SW to County line. 
Saratoga, bet Logan and 
Grant fm La Grand a v SE. 
SarK«nt, bet Kandolph 
and Shields fm Orizaba av 
W. 
Savannah, South S F. 
bet Mononuahpla and 
Plntt* I'm Honduras SW 
to Railroad av. 
Scheerer Place, bet 
Post and Sutter fm Mason 
W. 
Schiller, San Miguel, W 
End Map No 2. See »e 
Iiong. 
Schneider, S of Bema- 
dotteim Islais Creek chan- 
nel NE to Trinidad. 
Schn.vler, tm Cortland 
av S to Crescent av, B H. 
SchM'erln, Ylsltacion 

Valley. 
Scotland, bet Powell and 
oMason f m Filbert to Green- 
wich. 

Scott, bet Pierce and De- 
visadero N fm Ridley to 
Lewis. 
West, fitreet. E. side. 

1 Ridley 2 

101 Waller 100 

201 Halght 200 

301 Page 300 

401 Oak 400 

501 Fell 500 

601 Hayes „ 

701 Grove 

801 Fulton 800 

901 McAllister 900 

1001 Golden Gate av 1000 

1101 Turk 1100 

1201 Eiidy 1200 

1301 Ellis 1300 

1401 O'Farreli 1400 

Elliot Park 

1501 Geary 

1601 Post 1600 

1701 Sutter 1700 

1801 Bu8h._ 1800 

1901 Pine 1900 

2001 California 2000 

2101 Sacramento 2100 

2201 Ciav 

2;«1 Washington 

2401 Jackson 2400 

2501 Pacific 2500 

2601 Broadwav 2600 



2701 Vallelo _ 2700 

2801 Green 2800 

2901 Union 2900 

:»01 Filbert 3000 

3101 Greenwich 3100 

;Q01 Lombard 3200 

xm Chestnut 3300 

3401 Francisco 3400 

3601 Bay 3500 

:«iOl NorthPoint 3600 

3701 Beach 3700 

3801 Jeflerson 3800 

3901 Tonquiu 3<KX) 

(e) Lewis (c) 

Scott, fm North av S to 
Cortland nv, B. H. See 
Rennintston. 
Scott Avenue, fm Bar- 
neveld av NW to Silver 
av, Potrero. 
Scott Place, bet Powell 
and Mason fm PacUic to 
Broadway. 
Second, bet First and 
Third fm Market SE to the 
bay. 

Street. W. side. 

Market 2 

Stevenson 20 

Jessie 26 

Mission 100 

Minna 118 

Natoma 138 

Howard 200 

Tehama 218 

Clementina (6) 

Folsom 300 

Park place 

Dow place 

Vernon place 326 

Harrison 400 

Silver 428 

Bryant 500 

North Park lane... 

South Park 516 

De Boom 

Brannan 600 

Rlncon avenue 

TowDsend 700 

Berry (e) 



East. 

1 

21 

(6) 
101 
117 
137 
201 
219 
233 
301 
313 



401 
501 



533 
601 

701 
(e) 

Second Avenue, bet 

Valencia and Guerrero fm 
Fifteenth to Seventeenth. 
See Albion Avenue. 

Second Avenue, South 
S F. See Denmark. 

Second A venue,fm Pre-i 
sldio Reservation S to J. 

Selina Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm Cal- 
ifornia N. 

Senator, bet Broadway 
and Vallejo fm Davis to 
Front. 

Seneca Avenue, bet 
Ocean House Road and 
Niagara av fm Mission W 
to San Jose Road. 

Serpentine Avenue, 
fm Utah nr Yolo W to Old 
San Jos6 Road. 

Servia, South S F, bet 
Dominica and Paraguay 
fm Islttis Creek to Water 
Front. 

Seventeenth, bet Six- 
teenth and Eighteenth fm 
Harrison W. 

Soutti. Street. N. side. 

1 Harrison 2 

Treat avenue 

101 Folsom 100 

Shotwell 

201 Howard 200 

219 Capp 230 

301 Mission 300 

Hoff avenue 318 

401 Valencia...- 400 

Second avenue 

431 Mission avenue 

501 Guerrero 500 

601 Dolores 600 

Alemany avenue... 

701 Church 700 

801 Sanchez 800 

901 Noe !KX) 

1001 Castro 1000 

Collingwood 

1101 Diamond 1100 

Eureka _.... 

Douglass 

Clara avenue 



Seventeenth A ren ae. 

South S V. See Sumatra 
Sov*nteentliAvenue, 

tni Vrcsidlo Keservatlon S. 
Seventh, bet Sixth and 

Eighth fm Market to 

Pennsylvania av. 
East. Street. W. aide. 
1 Market 2 

11 Stevenson 12 

Jessie :i8 

101 Mission 100 

Minna 

Natoma 

201 Howard 200 

301 Folsom 300 

Decker alley 

Drury lane 306 

Oleaveland 

401 Harrison 400 

501 Brvant 500 

601 Brannan 600 

701 Townseud 700 

King 

801 Berry 800 

Channel 

901 Hooper 

Irwin 

1001 Hubbell 

Sonth 

1101 Center 

(e) Pennsylvania av.... (e) 

Seventh AvenucSouth 

S F. See Trinidad. 
Seventh Avenue, fm 

Presidio Reservation S to 
N. 
Seymour Avenue, bet 

Scott and Devisadero fm 
Golden Gate av to Turk. 
Shakspeare, fm Isabel 

S to Hope, B H. 
Shaketpeare. ,San Mi- 
guel. 
Sharon, bet Church and 

Market fm Fifteenth SB. 
Sharp Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 
Union S. 
Shasta, bet Napa and 
Sierra fm the bay W to 
Delaware and fm Vermont 
to Utah. 
Shaw Alley, bet First 
and Second fm Mission to 
Minna. 
Sheppard Place, bet 
Clay and Washington fm 
Mason E. 
Sheridan, bet Folsom 
and Harrison fm Tenth 
NE. 
Sherman, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Folsom to 
Harrison. 
Sherman, bet Castro and 
Diamond fm Seventeenth 
S to Twenty-second. See 
Collingwood. 
Sheriimu, bet Webster 
and Fillmore fm Ellis S. 
Sherman Avenue, 

San Miguel. 
Sherwood Place, bet 
Mission and Howard fm 
Third NE. 
Shields, bet Garfield and 
Sargent fm Orizaba av W. 
Ship, South S F, bet Dock 
Hnd Alleghany from St. 
Thomas SW to County 
line. 
Shipley, bet Folsom and 

Harrison fm Fourth SW. 
Shotivell, bet Howard 
and Folsom fm Fourteenth 
S to Serpentine av. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Fourteenth 2 

101 Fifteenth 100 

201 Si.xteenth 200 

301 Seventeenth 300 

'101 Eighteenth 400 

501 Nineteenth .500 

601 Twentieth 600 

701 Twenty-first 700 

801 Twenty-second 800 

901 Twenty-third 900 

1001 Twenty-fourth Vm 

1101 Twentv-afth liOO 

1201 Twenty-sixth 1200 

(e) Serpentine avenue (e) 



Shrader, bet Cole and 
Htanyan S fm Fulton to 
Waller. 

.Sleklen Avenue, San 

Miguel. 

Sieicel, tm California av S 
to Cortland av, B H. 

Sierra, bet Napa and Ne- 
vada fm the bay W to Po- 
trero av. 

Silliman, het Silver av 
uiKl Fflton fm .San Bruno 
Road W, U M T. 

Sliver, bet Harrison and 
Bryant fm Second to 
Fourth. 

,S'. E. Street. JfT. W. side. 

1 Second 2 

101 Third 100 

(e) Fourth (e) 

Silver Avenue, South 
S F, fm Tenerltfe nr Tom- 
blghee W to County road. 

Simpson Place, bet 
Harrison and Bryant fm 
First W. 

Sixteenth, bet Fifteenth 
and Seventeenth fm Har- 
rison W to Castro. 

South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Harrison (2600) 2 

101 Folsom (2700) 100 

Shotwell (700) 

201 Howard (2800) 

Capp 

301 Mission (2900) 

Julian avenue 

Hoflf avenue 

Llda place 

Rondell place 

401 Valencia f3000) 

Albion avenue 

501 Guerrer (3100) 

Galindo alley 

Spencer allev 

Dolores (3200) 

Church (3300) 

Sanchez (3400) 
Noe <fe Mkt..(3500) 



601 
701 
801 
901 
1001 



200 
300 



400 
500 



600 
700 
800 
900 



Castro (3600) 1000 



Sixteenth Avenue, 

South S F. See Falk- 
land. 
Sixteenth Avenue, 

fm Presidio Reservations. 
Sixtli, bet Fifth and Sev- 
enth fm Market SE to Ten- 
nessee. 
East. Street. W. sUle. 

1 Market 2 

17 Stevenson 16 

29 Jessie 28 

101 Mission..; 100 

113 Minna „_ 112 

123 Natoma „.. (6) 

201 Howard 300 

211 Tehama (6) 

227 Clementina (6) 

301 Folsom 300 

313 Shipley (6) 

:?29 Clara 

401 Harrison 400 

501 Bryant 500 

Tilford 

601 Brannan 600 

Bluxome 

701 Townsend 700 

King 

801 Berry 800 

Channel 

901 Hooper 900 

Irwin 

1001 Hubbell 1000 

South 

WestEldorodo 

Yuma 

Minnesota 

(e) Tennessee («) 

Sixth Avenue, fm Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to K. 

Sixth AvenucSouth S 
F. See Venezuela. 

Solano, bet Mariposa and 
Butte fm the bay W to 
Harrison. 

Somerset, bet Goettln- 
grn and Holyoke fm Sil- 
ver av S, U. M. T. 

Sonoma, bet Nevada and 
Yolo fm the bay W to 
Minnesota. 






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Sonoma Place, bet 

Kearnv and Dupont fm 

Vallejo N. See San 

Anlonlo. 
Sonora, bet Kearny and 

Dupont fm Green to 

Union. 
Sophie Terrace, bet 

Piipont and Stockton fm 

Pine N. 
Son<li, SE of Hubbell SW 

fm Kentucky to Center. 
Sontli Avenue, fm 

Crescent av NE to Holly 

Park, B H. 
South rark, bet Bryant 

and Brannan fm Second lo 

Third. 
South ParU Alley, 

bet South Park and Bran- 
nan fm Third E. 
South Parfc Avenue, 

bet Second and Third fm 

Brannan S. 
South Parfc l<ane, 

bet Brvant and Brannan 

fm Central pi to Third. 
Spear, bet Steuart and 

Main fm Market SE to the 

bay. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

HodgeB Court 

101 Mission 100 

201 Howard 200 

301 Folsom 300 

401 Harrison 400 

(e) Bryant (e) 

Spencer Alley, bet 

Guerrero and Dolores fm 

Si.xteenth N. 
Spofford, bet Dupont and 

Stockton fia Clay to Wash- 
ington. 
Sprine, bet Montgomery 

and Kearny fm Calilornia 

to Pine. 
Spruce, bet Locust and 

Maple fm C!alifornla N. 
St. Charles, bet Pacific 

and Broadway fm Kearny 

E. See Bouland. 
St. * harles Place, bet 

Valleio and Green fm 
K°afny W. See San 
Antonio. 

St. Francis, South S E, 
fm Trinidad SW to Mar- 
quesas. 

St. George Alley, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Bush to Pine. 

St. James Alley, bet 
Post and Sutter fm Mason 
E. 

St. John, South S F, bet 
Susquehanna and Tom- 
bigbee fm Honduras SW 
to Putrero av 

St. Joseph's Avenue, 
bet Broderick and Baker 
fm Turk N to Geary. 

St. Iiawrence, South S 

F. fm Montenegro SW to 
Guadaloiipe. 

St. Iiouis Alley, bet 

Dupont and Stockton fm 
Jackson S. 

St. Mary's, bet Kearny 
and Dupont fm Pine to 
California. 

St. Rose's Avenue,bet 
G<'arv and Junipero Im 
Masonic av W to Odd Fel- 
low's Cemetery. 

St. Thomas, South S F, 
bet Manila and Venezuela 
fm Islais to Water Front. 

St. Vincent. See Vin- 
cent. 

Stable Alley, bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth fm 
A'alencia E. 

Standish, fm California 
av S to Powhattan, B H. 

Stanford, bet Second and 
Third fm Brannan to 
T'lwnsend. 

Stanley, S of Randolph 
fm Orizaba i" W, City 
Land Association. 



Stanly Court, E s 

Stanly pi bet Harrison 
and Bryant. 
Stanly Place, bet 

First and Second fm Har- 
rison to S of Bryant. 

Stanyan, betShrader and 
Golden Gate Park fm Ful- 
ton S. 

Star, fm California av SE 
to Franconia av, B H. 

Stark, bet Pacific and 
Broadway fm Stockton E. 

State, City Land Associa- 
tion. SeeBamsell. 

Steiner, bet Fillmore and 
Pierce N fm Kidley to 
Lewis. 

West. Street. E. side. 

Kirtlev 2 

- Kate 100 

201 Waller 200 

301 Halght „.. 300 

401 Page 400 

501 Oak 500 

601 FeU 600 

Haves 700 

Grove 800 

901 Fulton nOO 

1001 McAllister. 1000 

1101 Golden Gate av 1)00 

1201 Turk 1200 

1301 Eddy 1300 

1401 Ellis 1400 

Byington 

1501 O'FarreU 1500 

1503 Elliot nark 

Geary 1600 

1701 Post 1700 

1801 Sutter 1800 

1901 Bush 1900 

Wildey 

2001 Pine 2000 

2101 California 2100 

Ferine 

2201 Sacramento 2200 

Clav 2^00 

Washington 2400 

2501 Jackson 2500 

2601 Pacific 2600 

2701 Broadway 2700 

2801 Valleio 2S00 

2901 Green 2900 

:3001 Union 3000 

3101 Filbert 3100 

Pixley 

3201 Greenwich 3200 

Moulton 

3301 Lombard .3.300 

3401 Chestnut 3400 

3501 Francisco .3500 

3601 Bav 36'I0 

3701 North Point 3700 

3801 Beach 3800 

3901 Jeffersim 3!l00 

4001 Tonquin 4000 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Steuart, bet East and 
Spear fm Market SE to the 
bay. 
East. Street. W. side 

1 Market 2 

101 Mission 100 

201 Howard 200 

301 Folsom 300 

(e) Harrison (e) 

Steuben, bet Boutwell 
and San Bruno Road fm 
San Bruno Road to Hel- 
ena. 
Steveloe Place, bet 
Ellis and O'FarreU fm 
Jones E. 
Stevens Alley, bet Pa- 
cific and Broadway fm 
SansomeE, thence atrlght 
angles N to Broadway. 
Stevenson, bet Market 
and Mission fm First SW. 
S. E. Street. N. W. side. 

1 First 2 

Ecker 

101 Second 100 

(6) New Montgomery (6) 

Annie 

201 Third 200 

(ft) Fourth (6) 

401 Fifth 400 

501 Sixth 500 

601 Seventh 600 

701 Eighth 700 

cOl Ninth 800 



(6) Tenth (6) 

(6) Eleventh (6) 

Potter 

Brady 

Crocker 

Hermann 

(6) Twelfth (6) 

(6) Thirteenth ...„ (6) 

'b) Fourteenth (6) 

(b> Fifteenth (6) 

lb) Sixteenth (6) 

(6) Seventeenth (6) 

Willow avenue 

1701 Eighteenth 1700 

1801 Nineteenth 1800 

1901 Twentieth 1900 

(e) Twenty-first (e) 

Stevenson Avenue, 

S 8 Valencia bet Hermann 

and Brady. 

Stockton, bet Dupont 

and Powell N fm Market 

to Beach. 

West. Street. E. side. 

] Market and Ellis... 2 

101 O'FarreU 100 

Geary 200 

Morton 212 

301 Post 300 

- — Stockton place 308 

401 Sutter 400 

501 Bush 500 

Emma 508 

601 Pine 6'i0 

701 California 700 

709 Emmet place — — 

801 Sacramento 800 

901 Clay 900 

1001 Washington 1000 

1101 Jackson 1100 

1201 Pacific 1200 

Stark 1232 

1.301 Broadwav 1300 

1401 Valleio 1400 

1413 Card alley 

Montgomery av.... 
1501 Green 1500 

Union 1600 

1701 Filbert ,1700 

1801 Greenwich 1800 

1901 Lombard 1900 

Newhall 

2001 Chestnut 2000 

Pfeia"er 

2101 Francisco 2100 

2201 Bav 2200 

2301 NorthPoint 2300 

(e) Beach (e) 

Stockton Place, bet 
Post and Sutter fm Du- 
pont to Stockton. 

Stone, bet Stockton and 
Powell fm Washington to 
Jackson. 

Stoneman. bet Monte- 
zuma and Prospect av fm 
Folsom W, B. H. 

Stout's Alley, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Washington to Jackson. 

Stringham, from Islals 
Creek W of Adele S to 
Hecker. 

Sullivan, bet Carl and 
Grattan fm f ole W. 

Sulli van, fm Cortland av 
S to Crescent av, B H. See 
Kennebec. 

Sullivan, Visitaclon 
Valley. See Astor. 

Sullivan Alley, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Pacific to Jackson. 

Sullivan Alley, bet 
First and Second fm Mis- 
sion to Minna. See Shaw 
Alley. 

Sullivan Alley, bet 
Jackson and Pacific fm 
Dupont W. 

Sumatra, South S F,bet 
Falkland and Algeria fm 
Islafs Creek to Water 
Front. 

Summer, bet Pine and 
California fm Montgomery 
to Kearny. 

Sumner, bet Rosecrans 
ami Prentiss fm California 
av S to Powhattan. See 
Dunkirk. ... 

Snmner, bet Seventh and 
Eighth fiu Howard SE. 



Susquehanna. South 

S F, bet Yazoo and St 

John fm Honduras SW. 

Sutter, bet Post and Bush 

W fm Market to Central 

av. 

South. Street. N. side. 

1 Sansome & Market 2 

101 Montgomery 100 

Trinity 106 

111 Lick place 

201 Kearny 200 

Clara lane 240 

301 Dupont 300- 

401 Stockton 400 

501 Powell 500 

Delaware court.... 

601 Mason 600 

701 Taylor 700 

801 Jones 800 

901 Leavenworth 900 

1001 Hyde 1000 

1101 Larkln 1100 

1201 Polk 1200 

1301 Van Ness avenue.1300 

1401 Franklin 1400 

1.501 Gough 1500 

1601 Octavia 1600 

1701 Laguna 1700 

1801 Buchanan 1800 

1901 Webster 1900 

2001 Fillmore 2000 

2101 Steiner 2100 

2201 Pierce 2200 

2.301 Scott 2300 

2401 Devisadero 2400 

2501 Broderick 2500 

2601 Baker 2600 

2701 Lyon 2700 

(e) Central avenue (e) 

Sutter Place, N s Sut- 
ter, bet Laguna and Bu- 
i, charan 
Swan, fm Eernal SW to 

Junction Plymouth and 

Bernal. 
Sn'ceny, W s San Bruno 

Road 3 miles fm City Hall. 
Sweet, bet Taylor and 

Jones fin Broadway to 

Vallejo. 
T, South S F. See St 

Francis. 
T, bet S and U fm Twelfth 

av W. 
Tahiti, South S F, bet 

Nicaragua and Yucatan 

ftn San Bruno Rood to 

County line. 
Tallapoosa, South S F, 

bet Gila and S ntee fm 

India SW to County line. 
Tara, San Miguel, W End 

Map No 1. 
Tay, bet Powell and 

Slason fm Sacramento to 

Clay. 
Taylor, hot Mason and 

Jones N fm Market to 

Jefferson. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Golden 

Gate av 2 

Opal place 

101 Turk. 100 

201 Eddy 200 

301 Ellis 300 

401 O'FarreU. 400 

501 Geary 500 

Derby 504 

Taylor place 516 

517 Adelaide place 

601. Post 600 

Hobart alley 

605 Lewis. 

701 Sutter 700 

801 Bush 800 

Mulford alley 

901 Pine 900 

Villa place 908 

1001 California 1000 

1101 Sacramento 1100 

1115 Pleasant 

1201 Clav 1200 

1301 Washington 1300 

1401 Jackson 1400 

1501 Pacific 1500 

1.5:» Bernard 

1601 Broadwav 1600 

- Falcon place 

1701 Vallejo 1700 

1801 Green 1800 

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1901 Union 1900 

Kedfleld alley 

20O1 Filbert 2000 

Valparaiso 2012 

MOl Greenwich 2100 

2801 Lombard 2200 

MontKomery av 

3301 Chestnut 230O 

Water 

Honston 

2401 Francisco 2400 

Vandewater 

a»l Baj- 2500 

3601 North Point •2iG00 

JTOl Beach 2700 

(e) Jefferson (e) 

la.vlor Place, bet Post 

and Gearv fm Taylor E. 
Taylor Place, bet 

Union and Filbert fm Tay- 
lor K and W. 
Tebaina.bet Howard and 

Folsoni fm First SW. 
S. E. Street. j\'. W. tide. 

First 2 

Second 100 

Hubbard...„ 

Tblr.1 200 

Fourth 300 

Fifth 400 

Sixth „ (6) 

Seventh (6) 

EiK'hth 700 

Ninth (6) 

Tehama. 8 s Monteznma 
S to rrospect place, B H. 
See nanelieMter. 
Teliaina Place, bet 
Howard and Folsom fm 
FlrH NE. 
Telegrrapb Place, bet 
Grei-nwich and Lombard 
fni Good-Children E. 
TenerifTe. South S F, bet 
I'araKuay and Falkland 
fm IslaiB Creek to Water 
Front. 

Tennessecbet Kentucky 
and Minnesota fm South S 
to Tulare. 
Tenth, bet Ninth and 
Eleventh fm Market SB 
to Mission Creek. 
Ikist. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

101 Mission 100 

201 Howard 200 

225 Warren avenue 

301 Folsom 300 

Sheridan 

401 Harrison 40u 

501 Bryant 500 

Tenth Aveune, Souths 

F. See Marquesas. 

Tenth Avenue, fm Pre- 
sldlo Reservation S to Q. 
Terrace "View, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Francisco S. 

vis. South S F, bet Von 
Schmidt and Dock fm 
Water Front SWto County 
line. 

Tevis, bet Third and 
Fourth fm King to Berry. 
rex as, bet Mississippi 
ami Missouri fm Center S 
to Tulare. 
Theodore Alley, bet 
Stockton and Noonan's 
alley fm Valle]o S. 
Theresa, Academy Tract. 
Third, bet Second and 
Fourth fm Market SK to 
Channel. 
Bwt. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

19 Stevenson 20 

37 Jessie (6) 

101 Mission 100 

117 Minna 118 

131 Sherwood place 

— Everett i;}8 

145 Hunt 

201 Howard..._ 200 

223 Tehama 224 

— Noble place 236 

247 Clementina (6) 

301 Folsom 300 

337 Verona _ 

401 Harrison 400 

417 Perry _ 418 



4S5 Sliver 43fi 

601 Bryant 600 

Park lane north.... 

519 South Park 

SX} Park lane south... 

601 lirannan 600 

701 Townsend 700 

King 

801 Berry 800 

Channel 

Third Avenue, fm Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to J. 

Third Avenue, South 
S F. See Montoneisro 

Thirteenth, bet Twelfth 
and Fourteenth Ini Mis- 
sion to Harrison. 

Norili. Street. S. side. 

1 Mission 2 

101 Howard 100 

Isis 

Bernlce 

201 Foleom 200 

Treat avenue 

301 Harrison 300 

Thirteenth Avenue, 
fm Presidio Reservation 
S toU. 

Thirteenth Avenue, 
South S F. See iiervla. 

Thirtieth, S of J ay fm 
Mission W to Bollevue. 

Thirtieth Avenue, fm 
Presidio Reservation S. 

Thirtieth Avenue, 
South S F. See Ouada- 
loupe. 

Thirty-elgrhth Av. 
enue, fm City Cemetery 
S. 

Thirty-eighth Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
Uruguay. 

Thirty-tlfth Avenue, 
fm Cltv Cemeterv S. 

Thirty-fifth Avenue, 
South S F. See mar- 
tinique. 

Thirty-first Avenue, 
fm Presidio Reservation S. 

Thirty-first Avenue, 
South S F. See Van- 
couver. 

Thirty - fourth Av- 
enue, fm Clt^^hnetery 

Thirty • foo^HF Av- 
enue, South^^F. See 
Tobagro. 

Thirty - ninth Av- 
enue, fm City Cemetery 
S. 

Thirty - ninth Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
Barbadocs. 

Thirty - second Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 

Thirty - second Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
duiana. 

Thirty - seventh Av- 
enue, fm City Cemetery 
S. 

Thirty • seventh Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
Madeira. 

Thirty -sixth Avenue, 
fm City Cemetery S. 

Thirty-sixth Avenue, 
South S F. See Costa 
Rica. 

Thirty - third Av- 
enue, fin City Cemetery 
S. 

Thirty - third Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
Malacca. 

Thompson Avenue, 
bet Second and Third fm 
Brannan S. 

Thornton, City Land 
Aseociation. 

Thrift, RaUroad Home- 
stead. 

Tllden, W s Noe bet Fif- 
teenth and Si.xteenth. 

Tilford, bet Bnant and 
Brannan fin Sixth NE. 

Tillman Alley, bet 
Sutter and Stockton pi fm 
Dupont W. 



Tinirley, .\cademy Tract. 
Toliayo, South S F, bet 

Malacca and Martinique 

fm Railroad av to Ounty 

line. 
Tobin, Vlsltaclon Valley. 
Tomasa, fm Calltornla 

av SE to California av, B 

H. 
TombiKl>ee, South S F, 

bet St. .Toliu and Potomac 

ftn Honduras SW. 
Tonmiln, bet Jefferson 

and Lewis W fm Larkin 

to Presidio Reservation. 
Torrens Court, bet 

Ilyde and Larkin fm Clay 

N. 
Toudiard, bet Jones and 

Leavenworth fm Pine S. 

Townsend, bet Brannan 

and King SW from First 
to Eighth. 
S.E. Street. N.W.side. 
1 First 2 

Japan 

101 Second 100 

Stanford 

Clarence place 

Hammond place... 

201 Third 200 

Rltch, 

Clyde 

Madden 

Haggln 

CrooKS _... 

301 Fourth 300 

401 Filth 400 

501 Sixth 500 

Gilbert 

601 Seventh 600 

Eighth 

Treat Avenue, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm 
Thirteenth S to Serpentine 
av. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Thirteenth 2 

101 Fourteenth 100 

201 Fifteenth 200 

301 Sixteenth 300 

401 Seventeenth 400 

501 Eighteenth 500 

601 Nineteenth 600 

701 Twentieth 700 

801 Twentv-first 800 

901 Twenty-second.... 900 

1001 Twentv-thlrd 1000 

1101 Twenty-fourth 1100 

1201 Twentv-Hfth 1200 

1301 Twenty-sixth 1300 

(e) Serpentine av (e) 

Trent Alley, bet Dolo- 
res and Chattanooga fm 
Twenty-fourth N. 

Trenton, bet Stockton 
and F'owell fm Washing- 
ton N to Pacific. 

Trinidad, South S F, bet 
Venezuela and Bahama 
fm Schneider S to Water 
Front. 

Trinity, bet Montgomery 
and Kearny fm Sutter to 
Bush. 

Trinity Court, W s 
Trinity bet Sutter and 
Bush. 

Troy Alley, bet Sacra- 
mento and Clay fm Hyde 
W. 

Truett, bet Clay and 
Washington fm Mason W. 

Trumbull, bet Canal 
and Ney fm County Road 
E. 

Tulare, bet Marin and 
Islals Creek channel fm 
the bay W to Orleans. 

Tulip Alley, bet How- 
ard and Minna fin Russ 
SW. 

Turk, bet Golden Gate av 
and Eddy W fm Junction 
Mason and Market. 

South. Street. N. side. 
1 Market & Mason.. 2 

Margaret place 14 

101 Taylor 100 

201 Jones 20O 

301 Leavenworth 30 



401 Hyde 400 

Dodge 

501 Larkin 500 

(101 Polk 600 

701 Van Ness avenue. 700 

801 Franklin 800 

901 Gough 900 

Octavia 

Laguna 

1201 Buchanan 1200 

i:«l Webster 1300 

1401 Fillmore 1400 

1.501 Stelner 1500 

1601 Pierce 160O 

1701 Scott 1700 

Seymour avenue... 

1801 Devlsadero 1800 

1901 Broderlck 1900 

St. Joseph's av.... 

2001 Baker (6) 

L.Ton (6) 

Lntt (6) 

Masonic avenue... 

Twelfth, bet Eleventh 

andThlrteenth fm Mission 

SE to Harrison. 

N.E. Street. S.W.aide. 

1 Mission 2 

(iien Park avenue. 26 

101 Howard 100 

201 Folsom 20O 

Isls 

■ — ■ Bernlce 

(e) Harrison (e) 

Twelfth Avenue, fm 

Presidio Reservation S to 
T. 
Twelfth Avenue, 

South S F. See Domin- 
ica. 
Twentieth, bet Nine- 
teenth and Twenty-first 
fm Harrison W to Doug- 
lass. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Harrison 2 

Treat avenue 

101 Folsom (400) 100 

Shotwell 

201 Howard (700) 200 

Capp 

301 Mission (800) 300 

Jessie 

Stevenson 

401 Valencia (900) 400 

501 Guerrero 500 

601 Dolores 

701 Church... 700 

801 Sanchez 800 

901 Noe 900 

1001 Castro 1000 

CoUingwood 

1101 Diamond 1100 

Eureka. 

(e) Douglass (e) 

Twentieth Avenue, 
fm Presidio Reservation 
S. 
Twentieth Aveune, 
South S F. See Mauri- 
tius. 
Twenty-eighth, bet 
Duncan and Valley fin Old 
San Josfi Eoad W to Bel- 
levue. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Guerrero 2 

101 Dolores 100 

201 Church 200 

301 Sanchez 300 

401 Noe 400 

501 Castro 500 

601 Diamond 600 

701 Douglass 700 

801 Ellen 800 

(e) Bellevue («) 

Twenty-eighth Av- 
enue, tm Presidio Reser- 
vation S. 
Twenty-eighth Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
(Gibraltar. 
Twenty-finh,bet Twen- 
ty-fourth and Twenty- 
sixth fm Potrero av W. 
South. Street. JV. side. 

1 Potrero avenue 2 

101 Hampshire 100 

201 York 200 

301 Bryant avenue 300 

401 Columbia... *» 

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601 Hairleon 600 

Treat avenue 

701 Folsom.. 700 

Horace alley......... 

Shotwell 

Virgil alley 

801 Howard 800 

Cypress alley 

Capp 

Lilac alley 

901 Mission 900 

Bartlett 

Oranse alley 

1001 Valencia 1000 

San Jos6 avenue... 

1101 Guerrero 1100 

11201 Dolores 1200 

l.SOl Church 1300 

Vickshurg 

1401 Sanchez 1400 

Kkppler alley 

1501 Koe 1500 

1601 Castro 1600 

1701 Diamond.... 1700 

1801 Douglass 1800 

1901 Ellen 1900 

Bellevue 



Twenty-flftli Avenne 

fm Presidio Eeservation 
S. 
Twenty-nftb Avenue 

South S F. See 9Ialt». 
Twent y-first, bet Twen- 
tieth and Twenty-second 
fm Potrero av W to Eu- 
reka. 
Smth. Street. N. side. 

1 Potrero av 2 

.Tersev 100 

Hampshire 200 

Brvant avenue 

York 300 

Florida 400 

Alabama 

Columbia 500 

Harrison 600 

Treat avenue 

Folsom 700 

Shotwell 

Howard 800 

Capp 

Mission (1000) 900 

Bartlett - — 

Valencia (1100) 1000 

Guerrero (1200) 1100 

Alder alley 

Fair Oaks 

Ouince alley 

Dolores 1200 

Chattanooga 

Church 1300 

Vlcksburg — 

Sanchez 1400 

Noe 1500 

Cas-tro 1600 

CoUingwood 

Diamond. 1700 

Eureka (e) 



1201 



201 
301 



501 
601 

701 

801 

901 

1001 
1101 



1201 

1301 

1401 
1501 
1601 

1701 

(e) 



T vrenty-flr St Arenne, 

fm Presidio Reservations. 
Twenty-firstA venue. 

South S F. See Java. 
Twenty - fonrtli, bet 

Twentv-third and Twen- 
ty-fifth fm Potrero av W. 
South. Street. If. side. 

1 Potrero avenue 2 

101 Hampshire 100 

201 York 200 

301 Brvant avenue 300 

401 Columbia 400 

501 Alabama 500 

601 Harrison 600 

Treat avenue 

701 Folsom 700 

Shotwell 

801 Howard 800 

Cypress alley 

Capp 

Lilac alley 

901 Mission 900 

Osage alley _ 

Bartlett 

Orange alley 

1001 Valencia 1000 

Poplar alley 

San Job4 avenue... 
1101 Guerrero 1100 

Alder alley _ 

Fair Oaks 

Quince alley 



1301 

1401 
1.501 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 



Dolores 1200 

Trent alley 

Chattanooga 

Church 1300 

Vlcksburg 

Sanchez 1400 

Noe 1500 

Castro 1600 

Diamond 1700 

Douglass 1800 

Ellen 1900 

Bellevue 

Twenty - fourth Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Kes- 
ervation S. 
Twenty - fonrth Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
Bermuda. 
T«renty-nintli, bet Val- 
ley and Day I'm Mission 
W to Bellevue. 
Twenty - nintta Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 
T^venty - ninth Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
Azores. 
Twenty - second, bet 
Twenty-flrst and Twenty- 
third fm Potrero av W to 
Ocean Road. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Potrero avenue 

Hampshire 100 

York 200 

Brvant avenue 300 

Columbia 400 

Alabama 500 

Harrison 600 

Treat avenue 

Folsom 700 

Shotwell 

Howard „.. 800 

Capp 

Mission 900 

Bartlett 

Valencia 1000 

San Jos6 avenue .. 

Guerrero 1100 

Alder alley 

Fair Oaks 

Quince alley 

Dolores 1200 

Chattanooga 

Church 1300 

Vlcksburg 

Sanchez 1400 

Noe 1500 

Castro 1600 

CoUingwood 

Diamond 1700 

Eureka 

Douglass 1800 

Twenty - second Av- 
enue, fin Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 
Twenty - second Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
Salvador. 
Twenty - seventh, bet 
Army and Duncan ftn Old 
San Jos6 Road W to Belle- 
vue. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Guerrero 2 

Dolores 100 

Church 200 

Sanchez 300 

Noe 400 

Castro 500 

Diamond 600 

Douglass 700 

Ellen 800 

Bellevue (e) 

Twenty-seventh Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 
Twenty-seventh 
enue. South S F. 
Madagascar. 
Twenty - sixth, bet 
Twenty-fifth and Army 
fm York W to Ocean Road 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 York 2 

Bryant avenue 100 

Columbia 200 

Alabama 300 

Harrison 400 

Treat avenue 

Folsom 500 

Horace alley 

Shotwell 



101 
201 
301 
401 
501 
601 

701 

801 

901 

2001 

UOl 



1201 

1301 

1401 
1501 
1601 

1701 

1801 



601 



701 



801 

901 
1001 
1101 
1201 
1301 
1401 
1501 
1601 
1701 



101 
201 
301 
401 
501 
601 
701 
801 
(e) 



Av- 

See 



101 
201 
301 
401 

501 



Virgil alley 

Howard 600 

Cypress alley 

Capp 

Lilac alley 

Mission 700 

Bartlett 

Orange allev 

Valencia 800 

San Jor6 avenue... 

Guerrero 900 

Dolores 1000 

Church 1100 

Sanchez 1200 

Noe 1300 

Castro 1400 

Diamond 1500 

Douglass 1600 

EUen 1700 

Bellevue 



Twenty - sixth Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 
Twenty - sixth Av- 
enue, South S F. See 
Jamaica. 
Twenty-third, bet 
Twenty-second and Twen- 
ty-fourth fm Potrero av W 
to Douglass. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Potrero avenue 2 

Hampshire 100 

York 200 

Bryant avenue 300 

Columbia 400 

Alabama 500 

Harrison 600 

Treat avenue 

Folsom 700 

Shotwell 

Howard. 800 

Capp 

Mission 900 

Bartlett 

Valencia 1000 

San Jos6 avenue... 

Guerrero 1100 

Alder alley 

Fair Oaks 

Quince alley 

Dolores 1200 

Mersey alley 

Chattanooga 

Medway allev 

Church 1300 

Orient alley 

Vlcksburg 

Blanche alley 

Sanchez 1400 

Noe 1500 

Castro 1600 

Diamond 1700 

Eureka 

Douglass 1800 



101 
201 
301 
401 
501 
601 

701 

801 

901 

1001 

1101 



1201 



1301 



1401 
1501 
1601 
1701 

1801 



Twenty • third Av- 
enne, ftn Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 

Twenty - third Av- 
enne, South S F. See 
drauada. 

Tyler.now (Jolden GateAv 

V, bet T and V fm Thir- 
teenth av W. 

Unadilla Avenne, 

San Miguel. 
Union, bet Green and 
Filbert W fm Front to 
Presidio Reservation. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Front 2 

101 Battery 100 

Gaines 

201 Sansome 200 

Calhoun 

301 Montgomery 300 

323 Vincent 

401 Kearny 400 

FUbert place 406 

407 Sonora 

419 Lafayette place 

Varennes 420 

501 Dupont 500 

Cadell alley 608 

509 Bannam place 

Jasper place 518 

523 Union place 

535 Graham place 

601 Stockton 

Montgomery av.... 



701 



717 
801 
901 

1001 

1101 

1201 



1301 
1401 
1.501 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 
2201 
2301 
2401 
2511 
2601 
2701 
2801 
(e) 



Powell 7** 

Baum alley 

Amboy alley 

August alley 

Mason 800 

Taylor 900 

Marlon place 

Jones 1000 

Bay View place 

Leavenworth 1100 

Sharp place 

Hyde .._ 1200 

West End alley.... 

Moore place 

Larkln 1:JOO 

Polk 1400 

Van Ness avenue. 1500 

Franklin.™ 1600 

(Jough 1700 

Octavia 1800 

Laguna 1900 

Buchanan 2000 

Webster 2100 

Fillmore 2200 

Stelner 2300 

Pierce 2400 

Seott 5200 

Devlsadero 2600 

Broderick 2700 

Baker 2800 

Lyon (e) 



Union Alley, fm Union 

pi. 
Union Avenne, fm 

Andover av E to San 
Bruno Road, B H. 

Union Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Green to Union. 

Union Square, bet 
Powell, Stockton, Post and 
Geary. 

University, bet College 
and Princeton fm Silver 
av S, U M T. 

Uruguay, South S F.bet 
Madeira and Barbadoes 
fm Railroad av to County 
line. 

Utah, bet Nebraska and 
Potrero av fm Mission 
Creek S to Precita Creek. 

V, bet U and W fm Four- 
teenth av W. 

"Valencia, bet Guerrero 
and Mission f m Market S 
to Twenty-ninth. 

Sast. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

15 Stevenson avenue 

101 Hermann 100 

201 Ridley 200 

209 Quinn 208 

Brosnan ....t, 

301 Fourteenth 300 

401 Fifteenth 400 

Stable alley 

501 Sixteenth 500 

601 Seventeenth 600 

Clarion alley 

611 Cedar lane 

617 Willows avenue.... 

701 Eighteenth 700 

801 Nineteenth 800 

Onmberland pi 820 

901 Twentieth 900 

Lll)erty 

1001 Twenty-first 1000 

Hill 1018 

1101 Twenty-second ....1100 

1201 Twenty-third 1200 

1301 Twenty-fourth ....1300 

1401 Twenty-fifth 140O 

1501 Twenty-sixth 1500 

Army 

(e) Twenty-ninth (e) 

Vallelo, bet Broadway 
and Green fm Davis W to 
Presidio Reservation. 
South Street. iV. side. 

1 Davis (d) 

Front 

101 Battery 100 

Flint alley 

Goat alley 

201 Sansome 200 

Hall alley 

Prescott court 

Hodges alley 

Bartol 

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•101 Kearny «» 

Plnckney 

8an Aiitoiilo 

Pollard place 

Margaret place 

H)l Piipont 500 

Montttonu'ry av ... 

Vallcjo place 

Agnes lane 

601 Sfoikton »^ 600 

Vulcan lane 

Theodore alley 

Noonan'R alley 

Wheelock place 

701 Powell 700 

Washoe place 

- — ( •'I'onnell place .... 

801 Mason 800 

Vallpjo court 

901 Taylor 900 

Sweet 

Florence 

1001 Joneg 1000 

1101 Leavenworth 1100 

1201 Hyde 1200 

White 

i;f01 Larkin 1300 

1401 Polk 14rO 

1501 Van Ness avenue..l500 

1601 Franklin 1600 

1701 Gough 1700 

1801 Octavia 1800 

1901 Laguna 190O 

2001 Buchanan 2000 

2101 Webster 2100 

2201 Fillmore 2200 

2;f01 Stelner 2300 

2401 Pierce 2400 

2501 Scott 2500 

2601 Devlsadero 260o 

2701 Broderlck 270o 

2801 Baker 2800 

(e) Lyon (e) 

Vallejo Court, (or Ter- 
race) bet Mason and Tay- 
lor fm ValleJoS. 
Vallejo Place, bet 
Montgonieryav and Stock- 
ton fm Vallejo S. 
Valley, bet Twenty- 
eighth and Twenty-ninth 
fm Old San Jos6 Road W 
to Bellevue. 
'Valpit.ralao, bet Filbert 
and Greenwich fm Mason 
to Jones. 
Tan BieNA Avenue, bet 
Polk and Franklin N fm 
Market to Lewis. 
West. Street. E. tide. 

1 Market and Oak... 2 

Hickory avenue... 

101 Fell 100 

lOH Linden avenue 

201 Hayes 200 

Ivv avenue 

301 Grove 300 

Birch avenue 

401 Fulton 400 

Ash avenue 

501 McAllister 500 

Locust avenue 

601 Golden Gate av 600 

Elm avenue 

701 Turk 700 

Laurel avenue 

801 Eddy 800 

Willow avenue 

901 Ellis 900 

909 Olive avenue 908 

1001 O'Farrell 1000 

1009 Myrtle avenue 1008 

1101 Geary 1100 

Cedar avenue 

1201 Post 1200 

Walnut avenue 

1301 Sutter 1300 

1311 Fern avenue 1310 

1401 Bush 1400 

1409 Austin 1408 

1501 Pine 1500 

1601 California IfiOO 

1701 Sacramento 1700 

1801 Clay 180O 

1901 Washington 1900 

2001 Jackson 2000 

2101 Pacmc 2100 

2201 Broadway 2200 

2301 Vallejo 2:«X) 

Bonlta 

2401 Green 2400 

2501 Union 2500 

2601 Filbert 2600 



2701 Greenwich 2700 

2801 Lombard 2800 

2901 Chestnut 2<iOO 

3001 Francisco 3000 

(6) Bay ...3100 

(6) North Point 3200 

(6) Beach .-WOO 

(ft) Jetl'erson ;i40O 

(6) Touquin 3500 

(e) Lewis. (e) 

Vnnconvep. South S F, 
bet Guadaloupe and Gui- 
ana l^u Kallroad av to 
County line. 

VandeM ater, bet Fran- 
cisco and Bay fhi Powell 
to Taylor. 

Varennea, bet Kearny 
and Dupont fm Union to 
Filbert. 

TawHalbftro, Sunny 
Vale Homestead. 

TaoNnr Place, bet Sec- 
ond and Third fm Harri- 
son SE. 

Venezuela, South S F, 
bet St Thomas and Trini- 
dad fm Islals to Water 
Front. 

Vermelir Place, bet 
Post and Sutter fm Kearny 
E. 

Vermont, bet Kansas 
and Nebraska fm Mission 
Creek to Preclta Creek. 

Vernon, City Land Asso- 
ciation. 

Vernon Place, bet Fol- 
8om and Harrison fm Sec- 
ond W. 

Vernon Place, bet 
Mason and Taylor fm 
Jackson S. See 9Iarcy 
Place. 

Vernon Place, bet 
Green and Union fm Hyde 
E. 

Verona, bet Folsom and 
Harrison fm Third NE. 

Vlcksburgr, bet Church 
and Sanchez fm Twentv- 
flrst S to Tweuty-flftb. " 

Edit. Street. W. side. 

1 Twenty-first 2 

101 Twenty-second 100 

201 Twentv-thlrd 200 

301 Twenty-fourth 300 

(e) Twenty-fifth (e) 

Victoria, City Land As- 
sociation. 

Vienna, Excelsior Home- 
stead Association. 

Villa Place, bet Pine 
and California fm Taylor 
E. 

Vincent, bet Montgom- 
ery and Kearny fm Green 
to Union. 

Virgil Alley, bet How- 
ard and Shot well fm Twen- 
ty-fifth S to Twenty-sixth. 

Virg-lnla, bet Ohio and 
New York fm W'ater Front 
S to Honduras. 

Vlrgrinia, bet Stockton 
and Powell fm Washing- 
ton to Pacltic. See Tren- 
ton. 

Virsrlnia Avenue, fm 
California av SE to Cher- 
ubusco, B H. 

Virginia Court, bet 
Pine and California fm 
Dupont W. 

Virginia Place, bet 
Powell and Stockton fm 
Broadway to Pacific. 

Vlacher Place, bet 
Market and Mission fm 
Beale E. 

ViBitacion, VIsltaclon 
Valley. 

Voiglit, E of San Bruno 
Road 4 miles fm CltyHall. 

V o 1 n e y Al ley , bet 
Alice and Rltch fm Fol- 
som SE. 

Von ISchniidt, South S 
F, bet Pollock and Tevls 
fm Water Front SW to 
County line. 



Vorralb Place, bet 

Bush and Pine fm Larkin 
B. 
Vulcan I.>ane, bet 

Stockton and Powell fm 
Vallejo N. 
W, south of V fm Fifteenth 

av W. 
Wagner Alley, bet 
Jones and Leavenworth 
fm Eddv S. 
IV a 1 d o A 1 1 e y , bet 
Broadway and Vallejo fm 
Leavenworth W. 
IValbridge, VIsltaclon 

Valiev. 
Wall Place, bet Leav- 
enwotth and Hyde fm 
Jackson N. 
Wallace Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Calll'oruia N. 
Waller, bet Ridley and 
Haight W fm Octavia and 
Market. 
South. Street. JV. *We. 
1 Market* Octavia.. 2 

101 Laguna 100 

201 Buchanan 200 

■X)l Webster 300 

401 Fillmore 400 

Stelner 500 

Pierce 600 

701 Scott ., 700 

801 Devlsadero 800 

Broderlck 900 

Public Park 

Lott 1200 

1301 Masonic avenue.. .1300 

1401 Ashbury 1400 

1501 Clayton 1500 

1601 Cole 1600 

1701 Shrader 1700 

(e) Stanyan (e) 

ITalnnt, bet Central av 
and Laurel fm Calltornia 
N. 

Walnut Avenue, bet 

Post and Sutter fm Larkin 
to Laguna. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavia 500 

(e) Laguna (e) 

Walthain, bet Prospect 
av and California av fm 
Folsom E. 
Ward, fm California av S 
to Crescent av, B H. See 
Bank*. 
W^arren, S s Thirtieth 
bet Whitney and Bartlett 
S to Palmer. 
Warren Avenue, bet 
Howard and Folsom fm 
Tenth NE. 
Warren Place, bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth 
fni Mission E. 
Washington, bet Clay 

and Jackson W fm East. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 East 2 

101 Drumm 100 

201 Davis 200 

217 Cedar 

301 Front 300 

401 Battery! 400 

Custom House pi... 412 

501 Sansome 500 

Jones alley 532 

601 Montgomery 600 

Montgomery av 

641 Dunbar alley 

Kearny 700 

727 Brenbam place ... 

Washington alley.. 744 

801 Dupont 800 

811 Waverly place 

823 Spofford 

Stout's or Ross aL 828 

901 Stockton 900 

907 Havens place 

913 Hopeton Terrace . — - 

- Trenton 914 

Stone 918 

1001 Powell 1000 

1007 Ckidmac place 



1017 Wetmore place. ... 

1101 Mason 1100 

Adona place llOfi 

1201 Taylor 120>'( 

■ — • Camllle place 

i:!01 Jones 1300 

1319 Priest 

i:e5 Reed 

1401 Leavenworth 1400 

1501 Hyde 1500 

1601 Larkin IfiOO 

1701 Polk 1700 

1801 Van Ness avonue..l800 

1901 Franklin 1900 

Gough 2000 

Octavia 2100 

2201 Laguna 2200 

2301 Buchanan 2:100 

2401 Webster 2400 

2501 Fillmore „ 2500 

Stelner 

Alta Plaza 

2801 Scott 2800 

2901 Devlsadero 2!HX> 

3001 Broderlck 3000 

3101 Baker 3100 

3201 Lyon 3200 

3:«)1 Centralavenue 33(X) 

3401 Walnut 3400 

3501 Laurel 35fK) 

3601 Locust 3600 

3701 Spruce 3700 

3801 Maple .„., 3800 

3901 Cherry 3900 

(e) First avenue (ej 

Waaliingrton Alley, 

bet Kearny and Dupont 
fm Washington to Jack- 
son. 

W^ashington Avenue 
bet Ninth and Tenth fm 
Mission to Howard. See 
Berkeley Avenue. 

Washington Avenue 
bet Folsom and Columbia 
pi f m Precita av S, B H. 

Washington Square, 

bet Montgomery av and 
Powell, Stockton, Filbert 
and Union. 

Washoe Place, bet 
Powell and Mason fm Val- 
lejo N. 

Water, bet Chestnut and 
Francisco fm Mason to 
Taylor. 

Water Front, fm Coun- 
ty line northerly along 
the bay to Shasta. 

Waterville, bet Elmira 
and Conkling fm Aug^iista 
to Helena. 

Watson Place, West 
End Map No 1. 

W^att Avenue, West 
End Homestead. 

Waverly Place, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Sacramento to Washing- 
ton. 

W a y 1 a n d, bet Bacon 
andWoolsev fm Potrero 
av W. U M T. 

Wayne, bet Gates and 
Kosciusko fm Cortland av 
S. 

Webb, bet Montgomery 
and Kearny fm California 
to Sacramento. 

Webb Place, bet Green 
and Union fm Mason W. 

W^ebster, bet Montgom- 
ery and Kearny fm Lom- 
bard to Chestnut. See 
TVinthrop. 

W^ebster, bet Buchanan 
and Fillmore N fm Kate 
to Lewis. 
West. Street. E. side. 

I Kate 2 

Germania 

101 Waller 100 

201 Haight 200 

Rose avenue 

301 Page 300 

Lily avenue 

401 Oak 400 

Hickory avenue ... 

501 Fell 500 

Linden avenue 



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Birch avenue 

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Ash avenue 

901 McAllister 900 

Locust avenue 

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Elm avenue 

1101 Turk _ 1100 

Laurel avenue 

1201 Eddy 1200 

1301 Ellis 1300 

1309 Bylngton 

1401 O'Farrell 1400 

1501 Geary 1500 

1601 Post 1600 

1701 Sutter 1700 

1801 Bush ....; 1800 

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1901 Pine 1900 

2001 California 2000 

2101 Sacramento 2100 

2201 Clay 2200 

2:»1 Washington 2300 

2401 Jackson 2400 

2501 Pacific 2500 

2601 Broadway 2600 

2701 Vallejo 2700 

2801 Green 2800 

2901 Union 2900 

3001 Filbert 3000 

Pixley 

3101 Greenwich 3100 

Moulton 

3201 Lombard 3200 

3301 Chestnut 

3401 Francisco 

3501 Bay 3500 

3601 North Point 3600 

3701 Beach 3700 

3801 Jeflerson 3800 

3901 Tonauln. 3900 

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W^ells Avenue, bet 

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IVella Court, bet Du- 

pont and Stockton fm 
Lombard S. 

■Welsh, bet Bryant and 
Brannan fm Zoe to SW of 
Fourth. 

IrVest Avenue, fm San 

Jos6 Road nr Cortland av 
SE to Holly Park. 

West El Dorado, bet 

South and Eureka SW fm 
Sixth to Center. 
West-£nd Alley, bet 

Hyde and Larkln fm 
Green to Union. 

IVest SIlsBion, Wb Mis- 
sion bet Twelfth and 
Thirteenth. 

Wetmore Mace, bet 

Powell and Mason ftn Clay 
to Washington. 

■Wlieeloclc Place, bet 

Stockton and Powell (m 
Vallejo N. 

White, bet Hyde and 
Larkin fm Vallejo N. 

TVhite Place, bet Sev- 
enth and Eighth fm 
Bryant SR. 

White's Place, bet Sut- 
ter and Bush fm Jones E 

W^hiting, bet Lombard 

and Chestnut ftn Dupont E. 

W^hitney, bet Mission 

and Howard fm Fifteenth 

to Sixteenth. 

Whitney, bet Dame and 

Warren fm Thirtieth S to 

Palmer. 
Wildey, bet Pine and 

Bush fm Webster to 

Stetner. 
Willard, fm N s Grat- 

tan N to Golden Gate 

Park. 



W^llliam, bet Taylor and 
Jones fm O'Farrell to 
Post. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 O'FarreU 2 

101 Gearv lOO 

(e) Post (e) 

Williams, bet Goettni- 
gen and Holyoke fm Silver 
av S, U M T. See Som- 
erset. 
Williamson, bet Boyce 

and Chase fm Geary N. 
Willow, bet Fifth and 
Sixth fm Foisom to Ship- 
ley. See Falmouth. 
Willow Avenue, bet 
Eddy and Ellis fm Larkin 
to Buchanan. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk. 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

.301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavla 500 

601 Laguna 600 

(e) Buchanan (e) 

Willows Avenue, bet 

Seventeenth and Eigh- 
teenth fm Valencia to 
Mission. 

W^inans Alley, bet 
Howard and Tehama Im 
Eighth E. 

Winkle, S of San Bruno 
Road 3 miles fm CityHalL 

Winsloiv, fm California 
av S to Powhattan, B H. 

Winter liane, bet Green 
and Union fm Mason E. 

W^inthrop, bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Lombard N to Chestnut 

Wisconsin, bet Arkan- 
sas and Carolina fm Eighth 
S to Napoleon. 

Wolfe, fm California av E 
to Isabel, B H. 



Wood, bet Eugenia and 

Collins fm Geary N. „ 

W^ool, fm North av S to i i 

Cortland av, B H. I 

Woolsey, bet Wayland 

and Dwlghtfm Potrero av 

W, U M T. 

W^orcester Avenue, 

City Land Association. 
Worden, bet Stockton 

and Powell fm Francisco 

N. 
Worden Avenue, San 

Miguel. 
Wyomingr, bet Dacotah 

and Ohio fm Islals S to 

Honduras. 
Wyoming Avenue, 

San Miguel. 
Yale, bet Amherst and 

Cambridge fm Silver av S, 

UMT. 
Yazoo, South S F. bet 

Platte and Susquehanna 

fm Honduras SW. 



Terba Buena, bet Ma- 
son and Taylor fm Sacra- 
mento to Clay. 

Yolo, bet Nevada and Co- 
lusa fm the bay W to Po- 
trero av. 

York, bet Hampshire and 
Bryant av fm Channel S 
to Serpentine av. 

Yuba, bet Colusa and Yolo 
fm the bay W to Iowa. 

Yucatan, South S F, bet 
Tahiti and Carthagena fm 
San Bruno Road to Coun- 
ty line. 

Yuma, S of El Dorado fm 
Sixth SW to Center. 

Zini, fm Napoleon S to 
Schneider. 

Zoe, bet Third and Fourth 
fm Bryant to Brannan. 

Zoe Place, bet Beale 
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PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

Alms House, San Miguel or Mission Ocean House 

Road, -t Ji miles from City Hall 
City Hall (new) , bet McAllister, Larkin, and Park Av 
City Hall (old) , E s Kearny, bet Merchant and Wash. 
County Hospital, E s Potrero Av, bet Twenty-second 

and Twenty-third 
County Jail, N 8 Broadway, bet Kearny and Dupont 
Custom House, NW cor Washington and Battery 
Hall of Records, S 8 McAllister, nr Leavenworth 
House of Correction, Old San Jo86 Road, 5 miles from 

City Hall 
Industrial School, Old San Jos^ Road, 5 miles from 

City Hall 
Post Office, NW cor Washington and Battery 
Twenty-sixth St. Hospital (small-pox), S s Colusa, nr 

De Haro 
United States Appraisers' Store, E s Sansome, bet 

Washington and Jackson 
United States Marine Hospital, Presidio Reservation, 

nr Mountain Lake 
United States Mint, NW cor Mission and Fifth 
United States Sub Treasury, 610 Commercial 

BUILDINGS. 

Academy, N s Pine, bet Montgomery and Sansome 

Alcazar, N s O'Farrell, bet Stockton and Powell 

Alhambra, 325 Bush 

Bancroft's, 721-725 Market 

Bank California, NW cor California and Sansome 

Brittan's, SW cor California and Davis 

Capital, NW cor Kearny and Pine 

Central Pacific RR. Co. 's, NE cor Fourth and Townsend 

Chronicle, NE cor Kearny and BuBh 

Cochituate, 213-215 Sansome 

Commercial, NW cor Pine and Battery 

Cosmopolitan, 8W cor Bush and Sansome 

Crook's, BE cor Mission and Third 

Davidson's, NW cor Montgomery and Commercial 

Dividend (or Morrison's) , NW cor Pine and Leid. 

Donohoe, Kelly & Co.'s, SE cor Montgomery and Sac. 

Dooly's, NW cor Sansome and Sutter 

Exempt Fire Company, W s Brenham PI, opp Plaza 

Express, NE cor California and Montgomery 

Fair's, SW cor Sansome and Pine 

Firemans Fund Insurance Co.'s, SW cor California 

and Sansome 
Franklin. 406-410 California 
Friedlander's, NE cor California and Sansome 
Halleck, E s Sansome, from Sacramento to Halleck 
Hayward's, 415-423 California 
Howard's, 521-523 Montgomery 
Kioto, 120 Sutter 

Masonic Temple, NW cor Montgomery and Post 
Maynard's, NW cor California and Battery 
McCreery's, NE and SE corners Montgomery and Pine 
Mechanics' Institute, 27 Post 
Mechanics' Pavilion. W 8 Larkin, bet Hayes and 

Grove 
Mercantile Library, 216 Bush 
Merchants' Exchange, SsCal., bet Mont, and San. 
Merritt's, NW cor California and Drumm 
Metropolitan Temple, NE cor Fifth and Jessie 
Morrison's, NW cor Pine and Leidesdorff 
Naglee's, SW cor Montgomery and Merchant 
Niantic, NW cor Clay and Sansome 
Nucleus, SE cor Market and Third 
Odd Fellows' (old) 323-327 Montgomery (new) SW 
»'* cor Market and Seventh 
Pacific Exchange, 316 Montgomery 
Parrott's, NW cor Sacramento and Montgomery 
Phelan's, junction Market and O'Farrell 
Phcenix, SW cor Sansome and Jackson 
Pioneers' (old) 808 Montgomery (new) Ws Fourth, nr 

Market 
Reese's, 716-722 Washington 



Safe Deposit Co. '8, SE cor Montgomery and California 
San Francisco Stock Exchange, S s Pine, bet Sansome 

and Montgomery 
Sherman's, NE cor Montgomery and Clay 
Shiels', 32 O'Farrell 
St. Ann's, NW cor Powell and Eddy 
St. Mark's, SW cor Kearny and Morton 
St. Lawrence, 212 Sutter 

Stevenson's, SW cor Montgomery and California 
The Howard, NW cor Stockton and O'Farrell 
The Real Estate Associates, 230 Montgomery 
United States Appraisers', E s Sansome, bet Wash- 
ington and Jackson 
Whiting's, SE cor Sansome and Pino 
Young Men's Christian Association, 232 Sutter 

HALLS. 

Alcazae, N 8 O'Farrell, bet Stockton and Powell 

AUdacks, SW cor Bush and Devlsadero 

American, NW cor Pacific and Leavenworth 

American Protestant Association, 713 Mission 

Apollo, 808 Pacific 

Archery, 1155-1157 Mission 

Armory, 134 Fourth 

Barra's, 118 First 

Blair's. 2131 Mission 

B'nai B'rith, 119-121 Eddy 

Cambrian, 1133 Mission 

Centennial, 421 Hayes 

Champion, N s Butte, bet Tennessee and Kentucky 

Columbus, 8 s Stevenson, bet Third and Annie 

Druids', 413 Sutter 

Excelsior, 2319 Mission 

Golden Gate, 1622 Pacific Av 

Grand Army of the Republic, 71 New Montgomery 

Grand Central, 997 Market 

Grand Pacific, 1049 H Market 

Grand Western, 1328 Bush 

Hare's, Marquesas, South S. F. 

Huddy's, 909 J<J Market 

Humboldt, SE cor Mission and Erie 

Improved Order Red Men's, 320 Post 

Independence, 39 Fourth 

Independent Order Red Men's, 510 Bueh 

Irish American, 816-818 Howard 

Irving, 139 Post 

Iiora, 737 Mission 

Kesslng's, cor Twenty-first and Howard 

Knight's of Pythias, 913 Market 

Lafayette, 730 Montgomery 

Lincoln, 413 Third 

Loughead, 1605 Polk 

Mannerbund, W s Potrero Av, bet Twenty-fotirth and 
Twenty-fifth 

Masonic Temple. NW cor Montgomery and Post 

Mayberry's, E s Mission, bet Twentieth and Twenty- 
first 

Mechanics' Institute, 27 Post 

Mowry's Opera, SW cor Grove ana Laguna 

Myrtle, W s Railroad Av. bet Trinidad and Bahama 

National Armory, 324 Post 

National Republican, 1113 Mission 

Odd Fellows' (old) "325 Montgomery 

Odd Fellows' (new) SW cor Market and Seventh 

Ono, 1883 Mission 

Pixley, NE cor PaciBc and Polk 

Piatt's, 216 Montgomery 

Riggers' and Stevedores', 429 Pacific 

Sanders', 71 New Montgomery 

Saratoga, 814 Geary 

St. Ignatius', SW cor Grove and Van Ness Av 

St. Joseph's, W s Tenth, bet Howard and Folsom 

St. Peter's Temperance, E s Alabama, bet Twenty- 
third and Twenty-fourth 

Teutonia, 1322 Howard 

Turn Verein (Eureka) , E s Powell, bet Cal. and Pine 

Turn Verein (old), N s Bush, bet Stockton and Powell 






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worth and Hyde 
Turn Verein Vorwarts, 310 O'Farrell 
Union, S 8 Howard, bet Third and Fourth 
Veterans', 516 Bryant 
Washington, 35 Eddy 
Wigwam, SE cor Stockton and Geary 
Young Men's Christian Association, 232 Sutter 

BLOCKS. 

Akmory, NW cor New Montgomery and Howard 

Arizona, S s Market, bet Main and Beale 

Astor, 625-633 Sacramento 

Belden, SW cor Bush and Montgomery 

Blythe's, SE cor Dupont and Geary 

Broadway, NW cor Broadway and Kearny 

California, SE cor California and Battery 

Commercial, SE cor California and Front 

Court, 636 Clay and 641 Merchant 

Eagle, NW cor Pine and Davis 

Frank's, NW cor Sansome and Washington 

Front Street, E s Front, from Clay to Washington 

Golden Gate, 131 Post 

Hansford, 110-132 Market 

Harpending, S s Market, bet First and Second 

Holbrook, SE cor Market and Beale 

Howard's, 627 Third 

Metropolitan, 8-14 Montgomery Av 

Montgomery, E s Mont.,fromMerchantto Washington 

Nevada, NW cor Montgomery and Pine 

O'Donnell's, NE cor Vallejo and Dupont 

Oriental, SW cor Bush and Battery 

Park's , SE cor Valencia and Sixteenth 

Reese's, W a Battery, bet Pine and California 

Sacramento, E s First, nr Mission 

Safe Deposit, SE cor California and Montgomery 

Shiels', junction Market and Post 

Thurlow, E s Kearny, bet Sutter and Ver Mehr PI 

Union, junction Market and Pine 

Virginia, NW cor Stockton and Pacific 

Washington, 1-17 Montgomery Av 

Yankee, SW cor Front and Pine 

WHARVES. 

Battery Street, foot Battery 

Beale Street, foot Beale 

Broadway, foot Broadway 

Central Pacific ER., foot Second 

Channel Street, foot Channel 

Channel Street South, extension of Channel Street 

Dewey's, foot Third 

Dry Dock Co.'s, Hunter's Point 

East Street, from Market to Folsom 

Fillmore Street, foot Fillmore 

Fisherman No. 1, foot Filbert 

Fisherman No. 2, bet Filbert and Union 

Folsom Street, foot Folsom 

Folsom No. 2, bet Folsom and Harrison 

Front Street, foot Front 

Green Street, foot Green 

Hath away 's, cor Spear and Bryant 

Harrison Street, foot Harrison 

Hobbs', E s Long Bridge, foot Fourth 

Hodgkin's, foot L, South S. P. 

Howard Street, foot Howard 

Howard No. 2, bet Howard and Folsom 

Humboldt, foot Spear 

Jackson Street, foot Jackson 

Main Street, foot Main 

Market Street, foot Market 

Meiggs', from Francisco, bet Powell and Mason, 

North Beach 
Mission Street, foot Mission 
Mission No. 2, bet Mission and Howard 
Oakland Ferry, foot of Market 
Oriental, foot First 

Pacific Mail 8S. Co.'s, Braunan and First 
Pacific Rolling Mills Co.'s, Potrero Point 
Pacific Street, foot Pacific 
Kincon, foot Steuart 

Rincon Point, Spear, bet Folsom and Harrison 
San Francisco Gas Co.'s Wharf, foot Second 
Second and Berry Street, foot Second 
Spear Street, foot Spear 
Steamboat, Long Bridge 
Third Street, foot Third 
Vallejo Street, foot Villejo 
Vallejo Street, No. 2, bet Vallejo and Broadway 
Washington Street, foot Washington 



PLACES OP AMUSEMENT. 

Baldwin Theater, 932-936 Market 

Bella Union Theater, 803 and 805 Kearny 

Bush Street Theater, 325 Bush 

California Theater, N s Bush, bet Kearny and Dupont 

Chinese Theaters, 623 and 626 Jackson, and 814 and 

836 Washington 
Fountain, SE cor Kearny and Sutter 
Grand OperaHou8e,N8 Mission, bet Third and Fourth 
Standard Theater, 320 Bush 
Telegraph Hill Observatory, cor Kearny and Green 

wich 
Tivoli Opera House, 28-32 Eddy 
Vienna Garden, NW cor Sutter and Stockton 
Woodward's Gardens, N s Mission, bet Thirteenth 

and Fourteenth 



PROMINENT PLACES. 

Alcatraz IsLA>rD, 2 miles NW Telegraph Hill 

Angel Island, 5 miles from City Hall 

Bay District Fair Race Grotinds, entrance cor Seventh 

Av and Fulton 
Bay View, nr Hunter's Point, 5 miles S City Hall 
Bernal Heights, S of Serpentine Av, bet San Jos^ and 

San Bruno Roads 
Buena Vista Park, S of Haight, bet Broderick and Lot! 
Cliff House, 6 3^ miles W City Hall 
Dry Dock (California) , Hunter's Point 
Fairmount, W s San Jose Road, nr Thirtieth 
Farallones Islands, 29 miles from City Hall 
Fort Mason (Black Foint) , junction Van Ness At and 

Bay Shore 
Fort Winfield Scott (Fort Point), nr the Golden Gate, 

4milesWCity Hall 
Garratt's Point, J$ mile SW Hunter's Point 
Golden Gate, 6 miles W City Hall 
Golden Gate Driving Park, Point Lobos Av, 5 miles 

from City Hall 
Golden Gate Park, W of Stanyan, bet D and H to 

Ocean, entrance Baker, bet Oak and Fell 
Hayes Valley, N of Market and W of Larkin 
Holladay Heights, bet Clay .Wash., Gough and Octavi» 
Holly Park, SW s Bernal Heights, nr San Jose Road 
Hunter's Point, 5 miles SE City Hall 
Islais Creek Bridge, from the termination of Ken- 
tucky to Railroad Av 
Kensington, Howard, nr Twenty-first 
Laguna de la Merced, 7 ^ miles SW City Hall, nr 

Ocean View House 
Lake Honda, 4 miles SW City Hall 
Lakeville, nr Laguna de la Merced *ii 

Lime Point, opp Fort Point 

Lone Mountain, S of Point Lobos Av, nr Toll Gate 
Long Bridge, from foot Fourth to Potrero Nuevo 
Mission Creek, from Harrison and Nineteenth, SE tOi 

the Bay 
Mission Dolores, 2M miles SW City Hall 
Mountain Lake, 4 miles W City Hall, bet Point Lobod> 

Av and Presidio Road 
Mountain Lake Park, 4 miles W City Hall, bet Poinii 

Lobos Av and Presidio Road 
North Beach, foot Powell, V to Black Point 
North Point, foot Francisco 
Ocean View House, Ocean House Boad, 7 miles SW 

City Hall 

Ocean Side House, Beach Road, 8 miles SW City Hal 
Ocean View Riding and Driving Park, Ocean Hou 

Road, 7 miles SW City Hall 
Pacific Heights, California to Broadway, bet Vi 

Ness Av and Fillmore 
Point Lobos, 6}^ miles W City Hall 
Point San Quentin, Potrero Nuevo 
Potrero Heights, Potrero Nuevo, nr Bay Shore 
Potrero Nuevo, 2 3^ miles S City Hall 
Presidio, 3 miles W City Hall 

Rincon Hill, bet Folsom, Bryant, First and Third 
Russian Hill, Taylor, bet Broadway and Green . 
San Jose or Black Point, junction Van Ness Av ani 

Bay Shore 
Seal Rock, 6 M miles W City Hall ! 

Telegraph Hill, Montgomery, from Broadway N to th( 

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Tuckerville, from Buchanan to Webster and Wash 

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Visitacion Valley, nr the Bay and San Mateo Co. Liiu 
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Army, Engineers, Engineer Officer Military Division 
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Harbor S. F., 533 Kearny; Light-house, U. S. Ap- 
praisers' Building 
Army. Depots and Warehouses, 36 New Montgomery, 

and Yerba Buena Island 
Bankruptcy, Registers District California, 636 Clay 

and 506 Battery 
Board of Examining Surgeons for Pensioners, 715 Clay 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, TI. S. Appraisers' Building 
Courts, Circuit Judge. Clerk ; District Judge, Clerk ; 
District Attorney, Marshal, Commissioners, U. S. 
Appraisers' Building 
Custoius Port San Francisco, Collector, Naval Officer, 
and Surveyor, NW cor Washington and Battery; 
Appraisers' Store, E s San. bet Wash, and Jackson 
Geological Survey, U. S. Appraisers' Building, fourth 

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Inspector Boilers, U. S. Appraisers' Building 
iBBpector Huns, U. 8. Appraisers' Building 
Internal Revenue, Agents, Collector, Gaugers, U. S. 

Appraisers' Building 
Land Office, Register and Receiver, 610 Commercial 
life Boat Station, Ocean Beach, nr Golden Gate Park 
Light House Department (Twelfth District) Inspector 

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Marine Hospital, Presidio Reservation, nr Mountain 
Lake ; Superintending Surgeon, U. 8. Appraisers' 
Building 
Mint. Superintendent, Assayer, Coiner, Melter and 

Refiner, NW cor Fifth and Mission 
Havy Pay Office, V. S. Appraisers' Building 
Pension Agent, Army and Navy, 620 Washington 
Post Office, Postmaster, NW cor Washington and Bat- 
tery ; Assistant Sui>erintendent Railway Mail Ser- 
vice, SW cor Jackson and Battery ; Post Office In- 
spectors, 320 Sansome 
Secret Service Division, U. 8. Appraisers' Building 
Shipping Commissioner, 603 Front 
Signal Service, 42 Merchants' Exchange 
Special Agent Treasury Dept, U. 8. Appraisers' Bldg 
Snpervising Inspector Steam Vessels, U. 8. Apprais- 
ers' Building 
8ur>-eyor-General California, 610 Commercial 
Treasurer Assistant, 608 Commercial 



STATE. 

Absateb State, 328 Montgomery 

Bank Commissioners, 528 California 

lisb Commissioners, 302 Montgomery 

Harbor Commissioners, 10 California 

Mineralogist State, 212 Satter 

Immigration Commissioner, 508 Battery 

Insurance Commissioner, 401 California 

Pilot Examiners, 506 Battery 

Pilots, 506 Battery 

Port Wardens, 525 Front 

Ballroad Commissioners, 14 Dupont 

Supreme Court, 121 Post, Judges' chambers, 121 Post 

Viticultural Commissioners, 204 Montgomery 



CITY AND COUNTY. 

AssESSOB County, new City Hall, first floor 
Attorney and Counselor, new City Hall, third floor 
Attorney District, old City Hall, third floor 
Attorney Police, old City Hall, first floor 
Auditor County, new City Hall, first floor 
Board City Hall Commissioners, New City Hall 
Board Education, new City Hall, third floor 
Board Election Commissioners, new City Hall, base 

ment 
Board Equalization, new City Hall, second floor 
Board Fifteenth Avenue Extension Commissioners, 

59-60 Merchants' Exchange 
Board Health, new City Hall, first floor 
Board Revenue Fund Commissioners, Mayor's Office, 

new City Hall 
Board Supervisors Clerk of, new City Hall,second floor 
Clerk County, new City Hall, first floor 
Coroner County, Dunbar Alley 

Court Superior, Departments 1 (Criminal and Civil), 
11 (Criminal), 12 (Criminal) old City Hall, sec- 
ond floor ; 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9 (Probate) , 10 (Insolvency) 
new City Hall, second floor ; 7, 8, new City Hall, 
third floor. 
Courts Justices', SE cor Kearny and Washington 
Courts Police, old City Hall, first floor 
Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph, Brenham PI 
Fire Department Commissioners, old City Hall 
Fire Department Corporation Yard, N s Sacramento, 

bet East and Drumm 
Fire Department Engineers, old City Hall 
Fire Marshal, old City Hall, third floor 
Free Public Library, 428 Bush 
Gas Inspector, old City Hall, first floor 
Grand Jury rooms, new City Hall, basement 
Health Officer, new City Hall, first floor 
Hospital, E s Potrero Av, bet Twenty-second and 

Twenty-third 
House of Correction, old San Jose Road, 5 miles from 

City Hall 
Industrial School, old San Jos^ Boad, 6 miles from 

City Hall 
Jail, N s Broadway, bet Kearny and Dupont 
License Collector, new City Hall, first floor 
Market Inspector, new City Hall, first floor 
Maj^)r City and County, new City Hall, first floor 
Park Commissioners, Park Lodge, Golden Gate Park 
Physician City, 514 Kearny 
Police Chief, old City Hall, first floor 
Police Commissioners, old City Hall, second floor 
Police Stations, old City Hall, basement ; 829 Folsom ; 
522 Davis ; 247 Steuart ; new City Hall; 207 Seven- 
teenth, and cor Polk and Jackson 
Pound Keeper, N s California, bet Walnut and Laurel 
PubUc Administrator, 318 Pine 
Quarantine Officer, SE cor Green and Front 
Recorder County, Hall of Records, new City Hall 
Registrar of Voters, new City Hall, basement 
Sherifi' County, old City Hall, first floor 
Superintendent Common Schools, new City Hall, 

third floor 
Superintendent Streets, new City Hall, basement 
Surveyor County, new City Hall, third floor 
Tax Collector County, new City Hall, first floor 
Treasurer County, new City HaU, first floor 
Twenty-sixth St. Hospital (small-pox) DeHaro, bet 
Twenty -fifth and Twenty-sixth 




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ADDITIONAL NAMES, CHANGES, REMOVALS, ETC 

RECEIVED TOO LATE FOR REGULAR INSERTION. 



Aabel Martin, carpenter, r. 213 Fifteenth 
Abbonille A., r. 519 Greenwich 
Abrahamsen P.; r. 359 Clementina 
Acton A. M., r. 632 Market 
Adams John S,, policeman, r. 1900 Devisadero 
Adams Samuel W., blacksmith City RR., r. 1527 Mis- 
sion 
Adams T., cooper Cal. Barrel Co. 
Adamson Adolph C, physician, r. 343«J Erie 
Adelson J., importer and mnfr artificial flowers, 1417 

Polk 
Aegerter J., r.333 Montgomery 
AlUborn Hotel, Max Zimmermann proprietor, 907 

Folsom 
Ahlert John G., r. 17 Julian Av 
Ahumadu Joseph M., real estate agent, 230 Kearny 
Alameda Lumber Yard, E. M. Derby & Co. proptrs, 22 

California 
Alcazar Buildln(jr> 128 O'Farrell 
Alexander George A., r. 227 Second 
Alexander Joseph, capitalist, 6-8 Sutter, r. 624 Polk 
Alfred John N., compositor, r. lOOt Washington 
Allen James M., r. 711 Howard 
Allen Lyman W., r. 110 Sixth 
Allison D. E., r. 2230 Broadway 
Alverson-Blake Mrs., teacher music, r. 825 Post 
Alvin House, King & Winnen proprietors, 120 Post 
Alvord William M., paymaster Pac. Rolling Mill.r. 44 

Sixth 
Ames Nicholas C, clerk Isaac Bush, r. 921 Mont- 
gomery 
Amiet David, carpenter, r. Ill Fifteenth 
Anderson Charles M., r. 718 Buchanan 
Anderson E. G.. r. 1016 Post 
Anderson Louisa Mrs., lodgings, 1831 Mission 
An(lre°tV8 C. N., furniture manufacturer, 556 

Brannan 
Andrews James, clerk Breeze & Loughrsn, r. 1607 J<S 

Jones 
Andrews Thomas H., r. 446 Fifteenth 
Angeles Mary, widow, r. 1333 Natoma 
Angell John C, general manager Mutual Reserve 

Fund Life Assn, 26 Montgomer>, room 7, r. £00 

Stockton 
Angella Emma Mrs., r. 14 Oak Grove Av 
Angus John P., poultry and game, 11 Pacific Fruit 

Market, r. 817 Montgomery 
Angulo K. M. Mrs., r. 1109 Bush 
Ankel Harry, jeweler, r. 1421 Mission 
Anstett A. & Co. (James Deneby, Charles Kreuter 

and Daniel Donohoe) proprietors Lafayette Brew- 
ery, 725-727 Green 
Anthony A. A., r. 501 Post 
Antoniasse Eugene, ironer Joseph A. Truedell, r. 19 

Ridley 
Arctic Packing Co., C. C. Rohlffs president, H. F. 

Fortmann secretary, office 1 Mission 
Arctic Whalebone Co., G. Abrahamson agent, 130 

Kearny 
Armstrong A. F. (Sears, Armstrong & Co.) r. 412 

Jones 
Armstrong Angel, miller Pioneer White Lead and 

Color Works, r. 739 Folsom 
Amett John, r. 712 Sutter 
Arney C. H., r. 413 Natoma 
Arns Edward, upholsterer, r. 1776 Folsom 
Ashe Patrick, porter H. S. Crocker k Co., r. 134 Rose 

Av 
Ashlachsen-Shields R., teacher languages, 67 St. Ann's 

Bldg 
Astorg L., r. 404 Minna 
Atlantic Straw Works, James M. Forrest proptr, 104 

Fifth 
Attrldge Edward, warehouseman, r. 1010 Filbert 
Auburey L. E.,r. 1916 PaclficAv 



Backus Jerome H., hotelkeeper, r. 120 Ellis 

Bacon Francis H., bookkeeper C. W. Beach k Co., r. 

312 Eddy 
Badger H. Eugene, r. 16 Poet 
Baggs Alexander L., clerk, r. 35 Rues 
Baggs Edward B., clerk, r. 35 Ruse 
Baggs IBaac, attorney at law, r. 35 Buss 
Baglieto & Yalente (Giacomo Baglieto and Giovanni 

Valente) wood and coal, 1210 Stockton 
Baily Slislia I., colonel and surgeon U.S.A., Z& 

New Montgomery, r. 634 Golden Gate Av 
Baird Andre-\v, note broker, 104 Leidesdorff, r 

San Pablo Av, North Oakland 
Baird Robert, molder, r. 322 Sixth 
Baird W. D.. r. 654 Mission 
Baker Edward, r. 35 Russ 
Baldwin Elizabeth Mrs., artist, 45 Twelfth 
Ball M. Ella Mrs., r. 28 Geary 
Bancroft James, r. 326 Ellis 

Banz Alvis A., porter Root & Sanderson, r. 12}^ Sher- 
man 
Barbieri Giuseppi (A. Grasso & Co.) r. 430 Union 
Barclay David B., stereotyper Chronicle, r. 16 Fol- 
som Av 
Bardram Hannibal, upholsterer Indianapolis Furni- 
ture Co., r. 1455 Mission, rear 
Barkhaus J. H., artist, 621 Clay, r. 1812 Buchanan 
Barkis H. Burke, practical millwright, 772 Mission 
Barkley William H., bookkeeper Geo. C. Bode, r. 2104 

Green 
Barlage William O., bookkeeper Nordman Bros., r.. 

2317 Mission 
Barnard Alexander B., mechanical and mining en> 

gineer, 46 O'Farrell 
Barnard Geor<;e B. , manager Barnard's Business 

College, 46 O'Farrell 
Barnard's Business College, George B. Bar- 
nard manager, 46 O'Farrell 
Barnes Robert E., manager Nevada and Cal. Lumber 

Co.'s Box Factory, r. 1305 Golden Gate Av 
Barnes Thomas A., r. 1206 Leavenworth 
Bamett H. Walter, photographer I. W. Taber 
Bamhart Charles, r. 1500 Folsom 
Barrett Frank, r. 20 Georgia 
Barron Cornelius, driver, r. 1807 Mission 

Barrows , r. 531 Geary 

Barry Mary Mrs., r. 38(32) Qulnn 
Barth Emile, teacher music, r. 1023 Powell 
Barth Herman, architect, r. 1527 J4 Geary 
Bartling & PliUlips (William Bartling and 
Thomas K. Phillips) bookbinders and blank book 
manufacturers, 605 Clay 
Bate William H., patternmaker, r. 1629 Market 
Bauer Jacob G., drayman Cal. Barrel Co., r. 12H 

Boardman PI 
Bauldry G., r. 609 Guerrero 

Baxter , r. 1203 Bush 

Bav City Boot and Shoe Co. (Meyer Simmons and 

Adolph Levy) 21-23 Sutter 
Bazet Felix, r. 714 Broadway 
Beales Ellis H., r. 200 Clay 

Beaumau Louis W., musician, r. 1016 Washington 
Beauregard N..r. 133 Fifth 
Beck William T., painter, r. 26Thirteenth 
Beerman, Max, horse dealer, r. 522 Grove 
Behrmann John H., carpenter, r. 1819 Howard 
Behrmann Maria Mrs., midwife, r. 1819 Howard 
Bell Robert, r. 42 Juniper 
Bell Thomas H.,r. 422 Geary 
Bell & Co. (George H. Bell) booksellers and stv 

tioners, 1723 Market '" 

Bellini Anton (Bulkley k Bellini) r.ll6 Geary 
Bellnomini Eugene, cigars and tobacco, 22934 Mont- 
gomery Av 
Bellows Henry H.,brldgebnilder,r. 1766 Mission 



KNEASS & CO., 



dealers in KITCHEN FURNITURE of every description. 
RANGEiS, TINWARE, Etc., 39 TAYLOR ST. 



J. MACDONOUGH & CO. 



Imporlersoirp-d Dealers In nil Iilnda of FORRION nnd 
nonKHTIC COAI^, 41 market Street, eorner Npear. 



ADDITIONAL NAMES, REMOVALS, ETC. 



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Belt Rsilwsy Cable Co., office KW cor Pine and San- 
some 
Benedict C.S. (Mann & Benedict) r. 328 Valencia 
Bender Adam F., laborer, r. 1536 DoloreB 
Bender Michael, brewer Humboldt Brewery, r. 1839 

MiBBion 
Benjamin Edward 0., clerk, r. 136 Sixth 
Benjamin J. H.,r. 946 Howard 
Benjamin O. A., r. 946 Howard 
Bennett Miles, teacher music, r. 333 Geary 
Benson Qeotge (Wadham, Benson & Owens) r. 220 ><i 

McAllister 
Benson John B., machinist, r. 833 Fifteenth 
Benson Ursula L. Miss, r. 650'i Natonia 
Bergen Adrian (Trobock & Bergen) r. 1212 Jackson 
Bergen Alexander, bookkeeper, r. 1212 Jackson 
Berges Nicholas, policeman, r. 509 Linden Av 
Berlin Simon, manager Hebrew Observer, r. 1337 How- 
ard 
Bernal Joseph J., r. 327 Bay 
Bernard Charles A., house and signpainter and 

decorator, (529 Merchant, r. 831 Bush 
Berner Bertha Miss, stenographer, r. 508 Ellis 
Bernstein Edward, clerk, r 1765 Howard 
Bernstein Ellas, r. 1765 Howard 
Bernstein Julius (E. Lobe & Co.) r. Seattle 
Berreyessa Filiberto, fireman Geary St. RR., r. 1327 J4 

Ellis 
Berson A. & Son (Adolph and Gustave) carpets 

and furniture. 26 Post 
Best A. W., musician, r. 424 Post 
Beet Henry, r. 424 Post 

Betzel Louis (George Grimminger & Co.) r. 1909 Bush 
Bevans L. J., r. 793 Mission 
Biddick James, carpenter, r. 323 Oak 
Biedeman Joseph, r. 213 Thirteenth 
Bigge Fritz, r. 22 Turk 
Bima John, cigar mnfr, 925)iPeciflc 
Bissell Manufacturing Co., Leland S. Gamble agent, 

109 California 
Blxby S. C, r. 1807 Stevenson 
Bizzell S. C, r. 726 Bush, rear 
Black Ed-^vin H., bouse and sign painter, and 

paperhanger, 109O'Farrell, r. 2RondellPl 
BlacMburn Charles J., clerk Registrar of Voters, r. 1342 

Market 
Blackburn D. W. R., r. 510 Taylor 
Blackburn William, weaver S. F. Pioneer Woolen 

Factory, r. 2705 Polk 
BlackstaffA. D.Mrs., r. 2213 Polk 
Blackstafif Maggie Miss, teacher Broadway Grammar 

School, r. 2213 Polk 
Blade Arthur M., salesman Martin Meussdorffer, r . 

1018 Powell 

Blake Alverson Mrs., teacher music, r. 825 Post 
Blake A. R.,r. 7«9 Mission 
Blake Philip H.,real estate agent, 316 Montgomery, r. 

Fruit Vale 
Blakely William H., r. 124 Turk 
Blaut Samuel, butcher, 239 Sixth, r. 11 Langton 
Blethen James H., master mariner, r. 512 Devisadero 
Block Leo (Nathan & Block) r. 102 Ellis 
Block Maurice (Ackerman, Block & Co.) r. 730 Sutter 
Blodgett William C, collector Cal. Steam Navigation 

Co., r. 123 Turk 
Blome Louis, driver Humboldt Brewery, r. 1747 Mis- 
sion 

Bloom G. H., tanner, r. 1705 Howard 
Board of IPlre llnderwriters of the Pacific, 

Charles D. Haven secretary, 401 California 
Bockius C. P., r. 5 Leroy PI 
Bode Adolph, brewer San Jos^, r. 1759 Howard 
Bode Ernst, r. 16 Erie 
Bodwell J. P.,r. 1104 Mission 

Bodwell JohnD., superintendent California Perfec- 
tion Fuel Co., r. 223 Valencia 

IMUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INS. CO^ 

OF NEW JERSEY. 

[Assets, $38,615,319 32 

Policies Absolutely NoN-FoaFBiT.\BLE. 
|ln e^se of I^spiie, the Policy 1« Continued 
In Force as long aa Its value irill pay for. 

?arty insuring at age 35 on Life plan Is entitled to 

over 4 years' Insurance for 2 years' premiums ; 

over 10 years' insurance for 5 years' premiums ; 

over 80 years' Insurance lor 10 years' premiums, 

|«ee »dT. Bank and Insurance Department. 




THE HARDEN "STAR" 

HAND GRENADE 

FIRE EXTINGUISHER, 

The simplest and most powerful ever 
produced. The only reliable GRENADE. 

H. H. CROSS, Solo Agent, 
16-18 Second Street. 



Bodwell Joseph, carpenter, r. 1104 Mission 

Boeckmann L. W. F. , r. 1016 Washington 

BogardusW. H.,r. 235 Kearny 

Bollideck Francis, r. 23 Julian Av , 

Bolts John P. , proprietor AA House, 308 Kearny, 

r. 626 Hayes 
Bonham J. F., r. Illinois, nr Napa 
Bonner Benjamin, cooper Cal. Barrel Co. 
Bonner Joseph, r. 1124 }< Folsom 
Bonner Robert, tally clerk Cal. Barrel Co. 
Bonus Charles, r. 1056 Howard 
Borle Charles, with Le Petit Journal, r. 616 Pine 
Born Stephen A., waiter, r. 10 Turk 
Bornhart Charles, r. 1500 Folsom 
Boskowitz Charles J., salesman Cartan, McCarthy k 

Co. , r. 1403 Van Ness Av 
Bothin, Dallemand & Co. (Henry E. Bothin. 
Albert Dallemand, T. Oberfelder and Max Ober- 
felder) importers and wholesale dealers coffees, 
teas and spices, and wholesale liquors, 215-217 
California, Chicago house 229 Lake 
Bovee, Toy & Co. (William H. Bovee, George D. 
Toy and Henry P. Sonntag) real estate agents, 19 
Montgomery 
Bovee William H. (Bovee, Toy k Co.) r. 712 Sutter 
Bowers Charles (Bowers & Sonner) r. 416 Austin 
Bowers John T., pianos, 22 Post, r. 1431 Washington 
Bowers & Sonner (Charles Bowers and James Son- 
ner) coflfee saloon, 114 Dupont 
Bowker C. A., r. 512 Fourth 
Bowser George, publisher, r. 717 Bush 
Boyce Samuel E., expressman, r. 501 Post 
Boyd Chauncey W., dentist, 724)<J Market 
Boyd J. E.,r. 1527 Mission 
Boyle Edward F., bartender, r. 1717 Mission 
Boyle James, doughmixer Cal. Cracker Co., r. 320 

O'Farrell 
Boyle James P., driver Whitney & Co.'s Express, r. 

fi07 Willow Av 
Bradbury Alfred W., bookkeeper, r. 2015 Devisadero 
Bradbury Fanny W., widow, r. 2015 Devisadero 
Bradbury Vesta E. Miss, teacher Hastings Primary 

School, r. 2015 Devisadero 
Bradley Charles R.. porter, r. 366 Minns 
Bradley Theodore, attorney at law, 420 Montgomery 
Bradshaw Victor, carpenter, r. 103 )<J Fifth 
Brand Caesar, with Herman Brand, r. 205 Valencia 
Brandenstein A. J. (Hart & Brandenstein) r. SW cor 

California and Gough 
Brandt Eric A., cigars and tobacco, 326 Davis, r. 619 

Eddy 
Bray Frederick W., teamster, r. 125 Fourteenth 
Brehm R. B.. r. 3112 Fillmore 
Breingan James F., machinist, r. 24 Natoma 
Brennan Patrick, laborer Charles £. Haseltine & Co. 
Bretteville V., r. 530 Seventeenth 
Brickwedel Anna Mrs., r. 38 Thirteenth 
Brink Charles M., liquor saloon, NW cor Stevenson 

and Sixth, r. 1400 Folsom 
Brittiiin George H., salesman, r. 1619 Washington 
Brosdwell William B., druggist, r. 726 Pine 
Brodersen I. L. A., music publisher, 137-139 Post, r. 

1124 Filbert 
Brogden William J. , carriagepainter, 22 Second, r. 627 

Stevenson 
Brooks S. T., r. 1003 Mission 
Browell James H., calker, r. 1716 Dupont 
Brown Adolph, plumbers' helper L. Hufschmidt & 

Bro., r. 431 Stevenson 
Brown Ambrose A., druggist, r. 1933 Union 
Bro'vrn Georg'e Lo^an (Hamilton & Co.) office 

303 Montgomery, r. 2759 Mission 
Brown Gustave, driver Pioneer Soda Works, r. cor 

Seventeenth and Eureka 
Brown Jesse P., bartender O'Donnell & McCourt, r. 

.3S3 Jessie 
Brown J. Frank M., paperhanger G. W, Clark b Co., 
r. 834 Mission 



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W. W. MONTAGUE & CO. 

IMPOETEBS or 

STOVES AND RANGES. 

Manufacturers of 

FRENCH RANGES. 

309, 311. 313, 315 and 317 MARKET STREET 

Brown L. C. Mrs. (M. J. Phelon & Co.) r. 342 Fremont 
Brown L H. (Covert, Mitchell & Brown) r. Haywards 
Brown P. N., driver City BR., r. 1831 Mission 
Brown Kalph (Wolf, Brown & Co.) r. Oakland 
Brown Samuel, r. 2705 Polk 
Brown T. M. Mrs., widow, r. 207 Thirteenth 
Brumagin Timothy, laborer, r. 312 Fourteenth 
Brune Diedrich, groceries and liquors, SE cor Mis- 
sion and Fifteenth 
Brunhuber Josef, r. 915 H Mission 
Brune Henry, cabinetmaker, r. 32 Erie 
Bryan R. B.,r. 737 Howard 
Bryan William H., bookkeeper, r.327 Tenth 
Brydges Marshall, r. 1804 Market 
Buchanan George J., mechanic, r. 1581 Folsom 
Buckbee M.S. Mrs. widow, r. 223 k Valenexa 
Buckley Denis, carpenter, r. 1448 M Minna 
Buckminster L. Mrs., r. 246 Taylor 
Buermann Frederick (E. Taniere & Co.) r.919 Filbert 
Buffum John W., superintendent Pac. Match Factory, 

232 Fourteenth, r. 1843 Howard 
Bugbee Sumner W.. general agent, 46 Thurlow Block, 
r. Oakland ..„„,, , ,. 

Bulkley S. R. Mrs. (Bulkley & Bellini) r.l563 Market 
Bulkley & Bellini (Mrs, S. R. Bulkley and Anton Bel- 
lini) umbrella and parasol mnfrs. 116 Geary 
Bulson John, engineer tug Rabboni, r. 1332 Howard 
Burdick E. F., r. 619 Eddy ^ ^ „ t , 

Burdick John (Ross & Burdick) r. Park Hotel 
Burke Charles H., r. 516 Taylor 
Burmeister Louis, r. 1700 Polk 
Burns Roy, nailer Cal. Barrel Co. 
Burton John B., r. 412 Kearny 

Bush Frank, r. 220 Third ;, vi v v^^v 

Buswell A., bookbinder, printer and blank book 

mnfr, 605 Montgomery, r. 1005 Union 
Butcher Thomaa E., r. 437 O'Farrell 
Butler A. J., r. 1226 Bush 

Butler L. F., r. 1226 Bush « , , ^ 

Byington Joel S. (J. S. Byington & Co.) r. Oakland 
Byineton J. S. «Ss Co. (Joel S. Byington, Lucien 
B. Hatch and J. Hillar McDonald) managers Pa- 
cific Coast Department Mutual Benefit Life Asso- 
ciation, 26 Montgomery 



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CadneyF.,r. 16453^ Mission 

Cadogan Patrick A., entry clerk E. & S. Heller, r. 

Oakland „,, ^ - . ,. 

Caldwell Catherine Mrs., lodgings, 641 Wasnmgton 
California Paper Co., office 320 Sansome, mills 

Stockton, Cal. 
California Perfumery Co., Edward Schmidt manager, 

office 240 Third ^ ^, ^ .^ 

California Produce Exchange, J. M. Prather 
president, E. A. Godfrey vice-president, Phil. 
Gerold secretary, George A. Sweeney superin- 
tendent, George A. Lask assistant superintendent 
and collector, NE cor Davis and Clay 
Calivi Vittorlo, r. 421 Filbert 
Camozzi Giuseppi, tinsmith, r. 10 Pollard PI 
Camozzi Peter, tinsmith, r. 10 Pollard PI 
Campani Francesco, r. 10 Pollard PI ,„ « ^ _ „ 

CAMPBELL fiLASS WORKS 

(West Berlteley) J. Campbell «K Co. 

proprietors, flint glass manufacturers 

fruit iars, etc., office 333 Battery 
Camp1>eil J. & Co. (John Campbell and Joseph 

H. Flickinger) proprietors Campbell Glass Works, 

office 223 Battery ^ ^ ,,,„ tt 

Campbell John (J. Campbell & Co.) r. 1519 Van 

Ness Av , ^ -.„ 

Canney F. E. J., physician and surgeon, 609 

Haves 
Canney Walter D., r. 609 Hayes 
Owleton H. W., r. 1007 Powell 
Carnegie George, machinist, r. 112 Berry 
Carnell Harry, porter Bohemian Club, r.706 California 



Carnell Joseph F., bookbinder, r. 940 Howard 
Carnell WilliamH., pantryman Bohemian Club, r. 706 

California 
Carnell William N., assistant steward Bohemian 

Club, r. 706 California 
Carson F. E., millwright, r. 510 Folsom 
Carter James J., carpenter, r. 13 Bridge 
Carter M.E., r. 1652 Polk 
Carter Robert W., real estate, r. 1652 Polk 
Carver A. R., r. 321 Twenty-eighth 
Cassier Constantino, musician, r. 120 Brosnan 
Cavner Alexander R., engineer, r. 321 Twenty-eighth 
Cedar River Coal Co., 106-112 Mission 
Centers John, laborer, r. cor Channel and Thirteenth 
Chambers G. M., r. 629 Fulton 
Chambers Simon P., carpenter, r. 629 Fulton 
Chapman Francis M., proprietor Norfolk 

Stables, 126 Ellis, r. 413 Eddy 
Charles Benjamin, r. 326}^ Mason 
Charlton Marcus, r. 121 Montgomery 
Cheney A. B.,r. 595 Ellis 
Cheney J. V., r. 595 Ellis 
Cherniss H., r. 348 Third 

Chester Lewis S., porter C. P. RR., r.201 Ellis 
Chinese News, Mun Kee publisher, 837 Clay 
Church Ambrose A., broommaker, r. 709 Seventeenth 
Citron Raphael, attorney at law, 206 Phelan Bldg. r. 

Palace Hotel 
Clark E., r. 2100 Greenwich 
Clark William H.,r.l26 Golden Gate Av 
Clarke George, r. 19 Tehama 
Clautier A. P., r. 1209 Devisadero 
Clifford Norman F., carpenter, r. 232 Linden Av 
Clyne H., r. 12 Mason 
Clyne J.,r. 628 Castro 
Clynes John, tanner, r. 1012 Columbia 
Cochran John, molder, r. 329 Bryant 
Cochrane James, policeman, r. 1903 Polk 
Coddington A., r. 700 Powell 
Coddington C. D.,r. 700 Powell 
Coffey William, r. 501 Kearny 
Coghlan John, carpenter, r. 1007 McAllister 
Coghlan Thomas, r. 1007 McAllister i 

Cohen Louis L., r. 1206 Market | 

Cohn Richard, r. Brunswick House 
Cohn Simon, merchant, r. 840 McAllister 
Coker William (Coker & Hayward) r. 1415 California 
Colburn James, porter, r. 519 Post 
Colby Hiram H. (Steere & Colby) r. East Oakland 
Cole J.M.,r.723 Golden Gate Av 
Cole Thomas, r. 723 Golden Gate Av 
Colley Charles J., collector, r. 1825 Scott 
Collins Charles F., clerk Keane Bros., r. 1009 Powell 
Collins Michael, clerk, r. 912 Howard 
Colson E. H., jewelery and watches, 14 Post 
Combland George, r. 1125 Powell 
Comins Cooper, lodgings, 425 Bush 
Conlon John F. , r. 624 Fourth . „ . . 

Connelly & Borle (James Connelly and Lewis Borle) 

furniture, 719 Market 
Connerton Owen, r. 1424 Howard 
Connolly Owen, laborer, r. 343 Third 
Connolly Patrick, painter, r. 713 Union 
Connot Alfred, candymaker, r. 210 Golden Gate Av 
Consonna Paola, superintendent Silk Reeling School, 

534 Commercial, r. 821 Greenwich 
Conway James H., porter Pullman Palace Car Co., r. 

1221 Pacific 
Cook W. G., r. 317 Stockton 
Copf Louis, clerk Central Laundry 
Corti Joseph, marble works, 10 Ninth, r. San Rafael 
Corwin Will B. , r. 1014 Washington 
Coster Alfred J., stationery, 2010 Polk 
Covert Henry M. tCovert, Mitchell & Brown) r. Red- 
wood City „ „ ^ i 
Covert, Mitchell & Brown (Henry M. Covert, 
F. Durkee Mitchell and L. H. Brown) commission 
merchants and purchasing agents, 203 Sacramento 



Schafer Sl Co. 

CLOTHING. 

And Furnishing Goods. 

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OoTran Oeorge J., assistant general agent New York, 
Lake Erie and Western RR., 36 Montgomery 

Coyne Dennis, clerk Post Office, r. 511 Muson 

Craig Creorge, engineer, r. 107 Valparaiso 

Cram pton James, night -watchman, r. 3029 Sixteenth 

Crawford T. F., r. 1132 Sutter 

Cregan John (Gallagher & Cregan) r. 1139 Guerrero 

Crt^l^hton Joseph, umbrella and parasol maker, 
2U Montgomery 

Cremar Michael D., carpenter, r. 1316 Sacramento 

Croke J. P., r. 100 McAllister 

Crothers George, upholsterer W. A. Clark, r. 814 Jessie 

Oruvelli S. I., teacher music, r. 106 Mason 

Cuccia Giuseppi, r. 447 Broadway 

Cummiuys Alfred H., mnfrs' agent, 233 Kearny, room 
4, r. 1323 Steiner 

Cummings Charles H., furnished rooms, 207 Post 

CunniuKham G. W., millwright, r. 34 Ellis 

Cummins Harry C. (Thompson, Fox & Co.) r. 1254 
Howard 

Cupples Samuel, Woodenware Co. (St. Louis) D. B. 
Holmes & Co. agents, 40 California 

Curran Owen, r. 9 Welsh 

Curtis 'William G., superintendent track depart- 
ment C. P. RR., NE cor Fourth and Townsend, 
room 68, r. 619 Golden Gate Av 

Curtiss T. H., r. 58 South Park 

Cusbing M. A., r. 2039 Howard 

Cushing Alexander, r. 164 Clementina 



Dahlstrom Carl A., tailor, r. 18 Hubbard 
Dale William J., conductor Presidio RR., r. 1722 Hyde 
Dallam William H., real estate agent, 415 Mont- 
gomery, r. 1309 Mason 
Daniels Frederick; traveling salesman Ackerman, 

Block & Co., r. 611 Valencia 
Danniel Emil, with Von Voss & Co., r. 893 Seven- 

teenth 
Dascey John, r. 526 Twenty-second 
Davis Charlea L., cashier Osborn & Alexander, r. 202 

Laguna 
Davis William G., clerk Osborn & Alexander, r. 202 

Laguna 
Davis William H., office 628 Market, r. 202 Laguna 
Dayton Frank, r. 34 Hawthorne 
Dean Edgar, carrier Call, r. 325 O'Farrell 
Dean John J., r. 325 O'Farrell 
Dearlove Charles, r. 6 Pollard PI 
Dearlove George, r. 6 Pollard PI 
Debmnner Ulricb, importer and dealer cloths, 

woolens and tailors' trimmings, 691 Market, r. 

1221 Golden Gate Av 
Deicke Otto A. A., porter Bachman & Co., r. 1604 Lar- 

kin 
Demartini Joseph, scavenger, r. 14 Union PI 
Dempsey J., r. 11345^ Twenty-second 
Denker Herman, tailor, r. 1412 Powell 
Dennery B., r. 1709 Geary 
Dennis Peter, watchman, Cal. Barrel Co. 
Denuison Ami P., contractor, r. 808 Montgomery 
Derby E. M. & Co., proptrs Alameda Lumber Tard, 

22 California 
Derney R. S., r. 364 Clementina 
Derning Edgar, r. 417 Bush 
Detrick E. ili Co. (Edington Detrick) mnfrs bags, 

tents and awnings, and importers bags, bagging 

material, twines, etc., 19-21 California 
Deuel Daniel, r. 225 Minna 
Devlin Charles J. I., architect, 330 Pine, r. 1812 Du- 

pont 
Dickmann Henry, vocalist, r. 869 Mission 
Divisich Stephen, coffee saloon, 1 Commercial, 

r. 1217 )4 Kearny 
Dixon John, map and atlas agent, 6 Eddy 
Dixon John J., foreman D. Bush, r. 5 Monroe 



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DOANE & HENSHELWOOD 

(Wilbur G. Doane ami Thoiiia.s R. Uen- 
•helwoodl importers and retail dealers 
dry ij^oods, and agents celebrated Fos- 
ter kid gloves, 132 Kearny, SE cor 
Sutter, Tnnrlow Block 

Donnellan M. L., r. 6 Caroline 

Donnellan William E., policeman, r. 6 Caroline 

Donovan Timothy D., salesman Philip Kennedy Jc 
Co., r. 912 Howard 

Donovan William, r. 406 Bryant 

Doolittle Edgar A., groceries and liquors. 1657 Ml8« 
sion, r. 27 Rondell PI 

Dormer William, r. 191 Hyde 

Dorn Byron M., r. 229 Sixth 

Dorney Patrick S., journalist, r. 364 Clementina 

Dorrance Ralph G., clerk, r. 1112 Larkiu 

Dotter Rose Miss, forewoman H. S. Crocker & Co., r. 
1013 Leavenworth 

Dotter William C, contractor, r. 1013 Leavenworth 

Dotter William H.,prlnter, r. 1013 Leavenworth 

Dougart John I., butcher Charles C. Graber, r. 1903 
Polk 

Douglas George, clerk E. k S. Heller, r. 1828 Market 

Dowers William, r. 25 Capp 

Dowling William, millhand Cal. Barrel Co. 

Doyle Daniel, carpenter, r. 2751 Harrison 

Drath Charles L., carpenter, r. 1720 Leavenworth 

Dratt Andrew, cooper, r. 627 Hickory Av 

Drew Charles S.,r. 11 Kearny 

Dreyer Abraham, r. 1068 Howard 

Dryer Bernard, builder, r. 4 Collingwood 

Duckel John, compositor Bacon & Co., r.916 Vallejo 

Duckel Nicholas, clerk medical purveyor TT. S. A., r. 
916 Vallejo 

Duppel F., r. 540 Folsom 

Durney Joseph, bookkeeper A. Lusk & Co., r. 1115 
Scott 

Durney Paul E., compositor Alf . Chalgneau, r. 1115 
Scott 

Duveneck Hugo H.L., clerk Thannhauser &Co.,r. 414 
Pine 

Dwyer James R., distillers' agent, 252 Market, r. 512 
Devisadero 

Easton William B., draftsman M. P. Boss, r. 908 Pine 
Ebb Charles, teamster, r. 1405 Baker 

EDMONDS ELISE Mrs. 

care and cosmetic parlors, 305 Kearny, 
cor Bush, rooms 8-9 

Edmonds Josephine Mrs., physician, 1500 Folsom 
Edwards John, baker Cal. Cracker Co., r. 1217X 

Kearny 
Egan J. J., r. 625 Minna 
Eagle R. F., r. 812 Kearny 
Eagles O. V., r. 2104 Greenwich 
Eidenmuller Henry (Rossi & Eidenmnller) r. 712 

■Union 
Elsenschimel Carl, teacher penmanship, 98 St. Ann's 

Bldg. r. 1203 Golden Gate Av 
Elliott Charles E., gripman, r. 321 Austin 
Ellison Daniel, butcher, r. 144 Perry 
Emanuel H., r. 1008 Mission 
Emerson Charles M., r. 523 Jessie 
Emery Wallace R.,r. 1425M, Mission 
Emrick W. J., r. 191 Hyde 
End George, r. 712 Sutter 
End Joseph W., r. 712 Sutter 
Engelbrecht Herman (Engelbrecbt, Son & Co.) r. 834 

Turk 
Engelbrecht Herman A. (Engelbrecht, Son jc Co.) r. 

1523 Webster 
Engelbrecht, Son 6i Co. (Herman and Herman 

A. Engelbrecht) importers, manufacturers and 

iobbers cigars and tobacco, 23-27 First 
Eng'elhardt Carl F., butler, r. 306 Dupont 



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IMF0BTEB8 OF 

MARBELIZED . MANTELS. 

Fire Grates and Tile. 

309, 311, 313, 315 and 317 MARKET STREET. 

Ericsson Olof , r. 1320 Guerrero 
Estey Manufacturing Co., 124 O'Farrell 
Evans Charles, milkman, r. 2029 Mission 
Ewing Brothers (Obailes S. and Alison) liquor saloon, 
210 Dupont 

Fahy M. K . , r. 11 }^ Garden 

Fairchild George W., engineer, r. 320 O'Farrell 

Fairclough William, laborer, r. 390 Francisco 

F»lvey J. F.. r. 24 Mint Av 

Famell John W., photographer, r. 27 Rondell PI 

Farrell Henry K., r. 257 Perry 

Farrell W. B. Mrs., r. 903 Larkin 

Fay Edward J., musician, r. 1917 Mission 

Taylor G. W. , r . 206 Kearny 

Feldmann Charles W. (Feldmann & Briggs) r.lll3 
Leavenworth 

Ferguson C. A. , r . 1030 Howard 

Fetterling Elias, r. 720 Leavenworth 

Field Frank W., clerk, r. 1544 Howard 

Field & Stone (A. B. Field and B. F. Stone) grain and 
merchandise brokers, 126 California 

Finlayson Duncan, carpenter, r. 1013 Leavenworth 

Fischer Carl, r. 1419 Octavia 

Fischer Ernest, r. 1419 Octavia " 

Fischer Franz, teacher music, r. 509 Leavenworth 

Fisher A., r. Illinois, nrNapa 

Fisher H. C, r. 5 Mint Av 

Fitch James F., tinner, r. 5093^ Hyde 

Fitch Thomas, attorney at law, 206 Phelan Bldg, r. 
Palace Hotel 

Fitch & De Santa Marina (Thad. S. Fitch and Joseph 
De Santa Marina) real estate agents, 413 Mont- 
gomery 

Flagg Fire Extinguisher, Leland S. Gamble agent, 109 
California, room 6 

Fleming William, cabinetmaker Union Furniture Fac- 
tory, r. 16 Decatur 

Flickinger H. A., with J. Campbell & Co., r. 223 Bat- 
tery 

Fllckinger Joseph H. (J. Campbell & Co.) r. San Jos^ 

Flier Gust, painter, 131 Eleventh, r. 1017 Hampshire 

Flood Mlcliael, real estate agent, 303 Montgomery 

Flynn Thomas, r. 516 Buchanan 

Flynn Thomas E., reporter Call 

Ford Frederick N., r. 141 Fifth 

FordL. A., r. 2027 Pine 

Forsaith George, delivery clerk Cal. Barrel Co., r. 1628 
Sacramento 

Forsaith John W.,r. 281 Minna 

Forsythe John, molder, r. 324 Tenth 

Fortmann Henry F. (Fortmann & Co.) and secretary 
Arctic Packing Co., r. 1808 Ellis 

Four Hills Mme (Sierra Co., Cal.) office 40 California 

Fox Edwin B. (Thompson, Fox & Co.) r. 512 Stevenson 

Frank Luigi, snoemaker, r. 535 Vallejo 

Frankenheimer Meyer, porter E. & S. Heller, r. 1652 
West Mission 

Frapaui Ignacid, merchant, r. SPrescott 

Eraser G. W. r 124 Turk 

Fraser Hngfli, city solicitor Hutchinson & Mann, 
office 321-324 California, r. 624 Golden Gate Av 

Freudenthal F., nailer Cal. Barrel Co. 

Friend Carmelia, r. 447 Broadway 

Fulton J. B., r.2336 Mission 

Gale Jeremiah W. (J. W. Gale& Co.) r. 635 Stevenson 

Galigher George M., r. 1158 Harrison 

Gallagher John (Gallagher & Cregan) r. 2637 Howard 

Gallagher* Cregan (John Gallagher and John Cregan) 
wines and liquors, NE cor California and Davis 

Galpin George Eev. r. 720 Leavenworth 

GangloffM. J., carpenter, r. 6TreatAv 

Geddes Robert, farmer, r. 1926 Howard 

QehrelsJohn H., liquor saloon, SW cor Davis and Sac- 
ramento, r. 2002 Taylor 

Gilbert diaries W., vice-president Sterling Fur- 
niture Co., 18-20 Sutter, r. Oakland 



Gilbert H. G., r. 504 Kearny 

Girard Louis M.,r. 1014 Clay 

GirardPaul, bartender, r, 416 Tehama 

Giry Annie, r. 420 Grove 

Giry C, r. 420 Grove 

Gleeson W. F., r. 5 Hyde 

Glidden C.E.,r. 1305 Golden Gate Av 

Goebel Oscar, r. 317 Francisco 

Goldrath Roman, jeweler, r. 336}^ Sixth 

Gonzales Benjamin, compositor Voz Portugneza, r. 
Oakland 

Goodfellow Thomas, clerk Pioneer White Lead and 
Color Works, r. 39 Rausch 

Goodvear James, watchmaker, r. 1806 Taylor 

Gorflnkel H., r. 466 Sixth 

Gorham Charles M., coiner U. S. Mint, r. 720 Market 

Gorman Maurice, r. 246 Third 

Gobs Alfred T., clerk, r. 207 Hyde 

Gouldin O. N., r. 644 Howard 

Gouithy Elton, r. 79 Everett 

Goustiaux August, collector French Ben. Soc, r.l602 
Powell 

Grace J. W. & Co. (John W Grace, George Duval 
and William E. HoUoway) shipping and commis- 
sion merchants, 430 California 

Gracier Charles, cooper Cal. Barrel Co, 

Gracier Leon, cooper Cal. Barrel Co. 

Grahn A., r, 723 Ellis 

Grant Alexander, r. 701 California 

Grant M., r. 637 Stevenson 

Gray DeWitt C, laborer, r. 113 Larkin 

Gray G. D., r. 9173^ Mission 

Gray George P., r. 122 Turk 

Gray H. B., r. 917 k Mission 

Gray W. Vallance, lithographic artist A. Waldstein» 
r. 320 O'Farrell 

Green Louis S., waiter, r. 11 Antonia 

Greenslade S. J., r. 128k O'Farrell 

Greenwood George, r. 194 Lombard 

Griffin Father Rev., assistant pastor St. Joseph's 
Church, r. 214 Tenth 

Griffin J. F., r. 522 Stockton 

Grimminger George (George Grimminger & Co.) r. 
515 Kearny 

Grimminger George & Co. (George Grimminger and 
Louis Betzel) patent medicine, 515 Kearny 

Griswold D. E., r. 1223 Golden Gate Av 

Griswold H. W., r. 1223 Golden Gate Av 

Griswold Norman W., secretary Celery, Beef and Iron 
Extract Co., r. 1223 Golden Gate Av 

Gross D., r. 449 Minna 

Grund Christian, r. 335 Kearny 

Guibert Antonin, r. 814 Montgomery 

Gnnnison & Bootli (Andrew J. Gnnnison and 
Andrew G. Booth) attorneys at law, 10 Safe De- 
posit Bldg 

Hahn Henry F., r. 611 Bush 

Hall Dennis S., carpenter, r. 726 Laguna* 

Hall George, r. 915 k Market 

Hall Robert K., r. 656 Mission 

Halsted & E-^^ers (W. H. H. Halsted and H. £. 

Evers) undertakers and embalmers, 946 Mission 
Hamilton William H., clerk, r. 56 Minna 
Hansen Charles, carpenter, r. 2424 Mission 
Harris Walter J., machinist, r. 969 Harrison 
Harrold John Jr., r. 2500 Leavenworth 
Harrold Thomas R., r. 2500 Leavenworth 
Hart Harry J. (Hart & Brandenstein) r. 713 O'Farrell 
Hart & Brandenstein (Harry J. Hart and Alfred J. 
Brandenstein) Importers and mnfrs harness, sad- 
dlery, etc., 417-419 Market 
Hartman Simon, salesman, r. 522 Grove 
Hartneck Otto, r. 140 Folsom 

Hartshorn Elbridge G., saloonkeeper, r. 22 Albion Av 
Harvey J. W., engineer, r. 1623 Powell, rear 
Harvey Mark T., conductor Cal. St. RR., r. 208 Cen- 
tral Av 

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eirwood George A., r. 816 Minns 
askell li. P., secretary Sterling Furniture Co., 
18-20 Sutter, r. San Rafael 

Hatch Luclen B. (J. S. Byington & Co.) r. 622 Van 
Ness Av 

Hause Leland, r. 1118 Market 

Havilanil Plillip F.. r. 417 Minna 

Haw Frederick, r. 514 Bush 

Hawkins Richard E.. special disbursing agent U.S. 
Geological Survey, Pacific Division, r. 1532 Polk 

Hayes James J., policeman, r. 1220 Treat Av 

Bead Edwin L.. meter clerk Spring Valley W.W.. r. 607 
Larkiu 

Heck Joseph, r. SW cor Church and Twenty-sixth 

Heinrich Robert, draftsman, r. 1 Stanley PI 

Heins Louis, liquor saloon, NW cor Third and 
Bryant 

Helm Watson, attorney at law, r. 203 Turk 

Helmers Niel S., teacher music, r. 216 Diamond 

Henderson James L., machinist Fac. Iron Works, r. 
1224 Twenty-second 

Henke Charles C, musician, r. 1319 Dupont 

Henley M. J., president National Car Motor Co., 
112 Turk, r. 16 Bond 

Hergenn Frederick C, carpenter, r. 752 Howard 

Herget John, tinner George H. Pay & Co., r.8 Auburn 

Hettuck Michael, r. 3009 Laguna 

Blckey John, watchman St. Ignatius College, r. 516 
Grove 

Hicks L. E., r. 9 Geary 

Biggins A. J., r. 44 Third 

Hill Annie Mrs., physician, 526H Geary 

Hill Frank A., with Harvey W. Rice, r. 56 Bluxome 

Hillman Henry, groceries and liquors, 18 Natoma 

Hirsch R. A., r. 7 Hyde 

Hirschfeld Peter, baker, r. 772)4 Harrison 

Hixson James P. , tailor, r. 2504 California 

Hoag J. Gwin, physician, 234 Sixth 

Hoefier John, baker, r. 2009 Hyde 

Hoenes John, r. 2009 Hyde 

Hogan Michael D., liquor saloon, 106 Fifth, r. 240 
Taylor 

Holcomb E. R., r. 1145 Mission 

Holland Henry P., carpenter, r. 2610)4 Mission 

Holmes D. B. & Co., agents Samuel Cupples Wooden- 
ware Co. (St. Louis) 40 California 

Hopkins Edward W., capitalist, 16-17 S. F. Stock Ex- 
change Bldg, r. Menlo Park 

Hopkins Moses, capitalist, 16-17 S. F. Stock Ex- 
change Building, r. Redwood City, Cal. 

Home Starr J. , laborer A. Lusk & Co., r. 426 Fourth 

Horton Kittie Miss, r. 17 Powell 

Howard W. S., r. 215 Minna 

Howell Thomas, elder Second Advent Christian 
Church, r. 20 Derby 

Hudemann Herman, storekeeper Custom House, r. 62 
South Park 

Hudson Alfred N., clerk, r. 117 Taylor 

Hudson Nelson, bookkeeper, r. 117 Taylor 

Huey J. W., r. 1220 Mission 

Hull William C. (Hull & Simmons) r. 328 Hayes 

Hull & Simmons (William 0. Hull and George 
O. Simmons! engravers on wood, 321 California 

Hultschinsky Richard, bookkeeper, r. 732 Union 

Humboldt Lumber Mill Co. (Blue Lake, Cal.) Charles 
Nelson agent. NE cor Spear and Mission 

Hurley Patrick, compositor Bacon & Co., r. 109 Austin 

Hussey A. O., r. 729 California 

Ingram E. M., r. 2312 Steiner 

Ireland William (B. S. Taylor Co.) r. 2438 Jackson 

Jacobs Bernhard R., dentist, 1053 Market 
Jacobson Rudolph, groceries and liquors, NE cor 
Mason and Filbert, r. SE cor Lombard and Taylor 
Jacobson Sanford, r. 313 Sixth 
James Esau, r. 320)4 Ritch 
James Thomas J., r. 320)4 Ritch 

MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INS. CO. 

NEWARK, NEW JERSEY. 

TOTAL RECEIPTS, • - • $134,619,603 54. 

CASH LOANS MADE at any time up to half the 
Value of Assignable Policies. 

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with bedding and pillows all In place. Made In thirty styles, 
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Jamison Thomas. sailniak<r. r. inov Jackson 

JAY EYE SEE LINIMENT CO. ,o..,«, 

D. Shearer and B. S. Taylor) 131 Market 

Jeanson Oscar, manager N. Pardini & Co., 912-914 

Battery 
Johnson A.,r. 135 Fifteenth 
Johnson Carrie Mrs., furnished rooms, 28 Geary 
Johnson John G., r. 1005)4 Vallejo 
Johnson J. P., r. 26 South Park 
Johnson L., r. 1827 Market 
Johnson O. S., r. 2124 Pine 
Johnson Theodore, r. 44 Minna 
Johnson William C, insurance solicitor, r. 1005)4 

Vallejo 
Johnston S. R. Mrs., r. 228 Fulton 
Johnston William, compositor, r. 228 Fulton 
Jones W. H., r. 2316 Folsom 
Jorgenson Edward B., r. 1645)4 Mission 
Joseph Charles A.,r. 16 Trenton 
Jourdan Joseph, r. 1036 Market 
Jullione Julius, r. 910 Vallejo 

Kane George P., clerk, r. 127 Kearny 

Keefe Peter, fancy goods, 348 Third 

Kehoe John, r. 6 Treat Av 

Keller James M., with Union Glass Works, office 
Merchants' Exchange, room 39, r. San Jo86 

Kennedy Bernard, carpenter, r. 108 Welsh 

Kennedy Charles, driver Union Ice Co., r. 108 Welsh 

Kennedy John H., r. 1313 Stockton 

Kennedy Michael (Ryan & Kennedy) r. 229 Seventh 

Kepler Andrew, r. 23 Langton 

Kidd Anthony, cloakmaker, r. 803)4 Bryant 

Kimbark S. D., r. 124 O'Farrell 

King George R., machinist, r. 1157 Mission 

Klein John M. (John M. Klein & Co.) r. 1331 Leaven- 
worth 

Klein John M. Si Co. (John M. Klein) telegraph 
and telephone supplies, 722 Montgomery 

Kloppenberg Charles J. F., bookkeeper Jacob Rosen- 
berg, r. 225 Stevenson 

Koehncke C. H., dealer coffees, teas and spices, 218 
Sacramento 

Kuehn Max, bartender, r. 637 Stevenson 

Kydd Isaac F., assistant superintendent Presidio RR., 
r. 1208)4 Union 

Label Coby J., clerk W. John, r. 423 Greenwich 

Laing Robert, molder, r. 410 Harrison 

Laseur Nick, r. 520 Grove 

Iiaivry W. F., manager The New Zealand Loan 
and Mercantile Agency Co. (limited) 412 Cali- 
fornia 

Lazarus M., r. 20 Turk 

Lazzerom Oresto, r. 9 Union PI 

Lemly James P.. r. 147 Third 

Lenhardt Robert, blacksmith, r. 936 Howard 

Leppla John, machinist Union Mnfg and Machine Co., 
r. 1907 Haight 

Lette George, secretary German Savings and Loan 
Society, r. 1031 Mission 

Lightfoot William, r. 47 Second 

Linegar James P., painter, and extraman Engine No. 
14, S. F. F. D., r. 535 Birch Av 

Linehan W. F., r. 11?^ Garden 

Littlefield C. G.. r. 1824 Sutter 

Long William H., short hand reporter, r. 313 Hyde 

Loudon John L., commission merchant, 659 Clay, r. 
16 Ellis 

Love Richard, machinist, r. 138 Gough 

MacNeill John, r. 502 Hyde 

McNevln Patrick, clerk U. S. Surveyor-General's 

office, r. 612 Jones 
Madigan William, stonecutter, r. 258 Clara 
Madsen James M., captain schr Laura Madsen, r. 733)4 

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PUIXEPS, 

Suction and Force. 

FOB HAND, WIND-MII.1^ AND PO^ETEB. 

ALL. SIZES. 
809, 811, 313, 315 and 317 MARKET STREET 

Maltman Charles S., helper melter and refiner's dept 
U. S. Mint, r. 228 Fulton 

Martlsdell D. W., mining agent, 434 California, room 
7, r. 258 Eighth 

Maritzen Charles (Stroetgen & Maritzen) r. NE cor 
Grove and Jjaguna 

McArthur Jane Miss, r. 655 Harrison 

McCann James, r. 24 Hardy 

McCarty R. J., r. 107 Turk 

McDuffie L. D., r. 232 Fair Oaks 

McGee Bernard J., r. 22 Langton 

McGo^vn Lee, manufacturers' agent, 46 Phelan 
Bldg, r. 5 Essex PI 

Mclntyre William, attorney at law, 416 Montgomery, 
r. 1836 Powell 

McLaughlin Joseph (McLaughlin & Co.) r. 22 Minna 

McLaughlin & Co. (Joseph McLaughlin) real estate 
agents, 406 Montgomery 

Hello Manuel, compositor Voz Portugueza, r. 315 
Drumm 

Merle Charles F., merchandise broker, 202 Califor- 
nia, r. 313}^ O'Farrell 

Menomy Walter B., sewerage and chimneys, 418 Mont- 
gomery, r. 132 Chestnut 

Mer-\vin P. J. & Co. (P. J. Merwin) produce com- 
mission merchants, 302 Davis 

Metropolitan Foundry, Curtis Tobey proprietor, 
204 Townsend 

Mills Warren H. (Mills & Eaymond) r. 608 Ellis 

Mills & Eaymond (Warren H. Mills and George A. 
Raymond) real estate, 238 Montgomery 

Miner Oren F., note teller Pao. Bank, r. 1534 Howard 

Mitchell R. B. (Mitchell & Ricketts) r. 1609 Scott 

Mitchell & Ricketts (R. B. Mitchell and A. H. 
Ricketts) attorneys at law, 606 Kearny 

Moliere JTatnes "W., physician and baths, 531 
Sutter 

Moody Joseph L., capitalist, 40 California, room 2, r. 
SE cor Lombard and Jones 

Mordaunt Albert P., boatman, r. 406 Pacific 

Morgenstern Albert, r. 208 Turk 

Morris & Son (David and Theodore) engineers and 
machinists, 105 Fremont 

Morrison James, r. 2019 Hyde 

Murphy James E. (George D. Shearer & Co.) 121 
Market 

Mutual Self-E!ndo\vment and Benevolent 
Association of Amei-ica (Pacific Coast De- 
partment) W. H. Ward secretary, office 305 Kearny 

Myers Frank D., r. 116 Montgomery 

Napa Valley Wine Co., Fred. M. Otis Agent, 

309-311 Front 
National Car Motor Co., A. Poulson president, 

M. J. Henley secretary, 112 Turk 
Newstadt C..D., r. 954 Folsom 
Nichols W. R., carpenter S. M. Hills, 37}^ Sixth 
Nickerson W. J., physician, r. 405 Turk 
Nielsen Hans P., r. 510 Howard 

Otis Fred. M.. agent Napa Valley Wine Co., r. 1900 

Washington 
Overend E. J., physician, r. 437 Eddy 
Owens Lorenzo D. (Wadham, Benson & Owens) r. 

220M McAllister 

Pacific Graphite Manufacturing' Co., James 

O. Rountree & Sons agents, location of mines, So- 

nora, Mexico, office 16 Front 
Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal and 

Western Lancet, William S. Whitwell, M.D., 

editor and proprietor, 425 Sutter 
Pahl Richard, r. 33 Clementina 
Parks Robert F., wool dealer, 40 Calif ornia, room 2,r. 

1904 Webster 
Pattee Solon, accountant, 507 Montgomery, room 9 
Payson Henry E., r. 44 Sixth 
Pemberton James E., r. 310 Mason 



Plerson Arthur B. (Strickland* & Pierson) r. 1334 

Washington 
Poindexter Frank H., with D. B. Holmes & Co., r. 

Alameda 
Ponlaon JSi Co. , real estate and patent right agents, 

112 Turk 
Pries Josephine Mrs., r. 724 Union, rear 

^uiclc John W. , proprietor San Francisco Pioneer 
Screen Works, 221-223 First, r. 1014 Mission 

Rakebrandt August, coppersmith, r. 1536 Dolores 

Raub Charles G., bookkeeper Covert, Mitchell & 
Brown 

Raymond George A. (Mills & Raymond) r. San Rafael 

Eeinkemeyer Frederick (D. Tledemann & Co.) r. E 8 
Fifteenth, bet Noe and Sanchez 

Richards Seth, plumbers' supplies, 39-45 Ste- 
venson 

Ricketts A. H. (Mitchell k Ricketts) attorney at law, 
606 Kearny, r. 228 McAllister 

Root Elliott M. (Root & Sanderson) r. 903 Steiner 

Rosenberg Jacob, wool dealer, 40 California, 
room 2, r. 1721 Broderick 

Rountree James O. & Sons (James O., William 
G. and Walter E.) agents Pacific Graphite Manu- 
facturing Co. and commission merchants,16 Front 

Rountree Walter E. (James O. Rountree & Sons) r. 
600 Bush 

Ryder Emily A. Miss, artist, address P. O. box 116 
Station A 

Schmidt William, night clerk Ahlborn House 
Schultz Eaward, gunsmith, r. 936 Howard 
Schwarmaun Henry, groceries and liquors, 765 Folsom 
Seibert Benjamin, salesman Covert, Mitchell & 

Brown, r. Oakland 
Shearer George D. (George D. Shearer & Co. and Jay- 
Eye See Liniment Co.) r. 118 Ellis 

SHEAEER GE0K6E D. & CO. 

(Georg-e D. Shearer and James E. Mnr> 
phy) Pacific Coast advertising agents, 
billposters and commission merchants, 
121 Market 

Simmons George O. (Hull & Simmons) r. Oakland 

Sonntag Henry P., manager Safety Nitro and 
Utah Powder Cos., 430 California (and Bovee, 
Toy & Co.) r. 426 Ellis 

Sno-»v Roland W. , manufacturers' agent, 202 Mar- 
ket, r. Oakland 

Sweeney George A., superintendent Cal. Produce Ex- 
change, NE cor Davis and Clay 

Sykes Charles H., teacher Spanish, French and Eng- 
lish, Sykes' Academy of Languages, 124 Turk 

Taylor Ellis R.. printer H. S. Crocker & Co., r. Oak- 
land 
Taylor B. S. (Jay Eye See Liniment Co. and B. S. 

Taylor & Co.) 121 Market 
Taylor B. S. & Co. (H. S. Taylor and William 
Ireland) Cal. Non-poisonous Sheep Dip Co., 121 
Market 
Thomas E. B. , boarding and lodging, 448 Sixth 
Toy George D. (Bovee, Toy & Co.) r. Oakland 
Turk Frank, notary public, 409 Montgomery 
Turner Richard B., real estate agent, 413 Montgomery, 

r. N 8 Lombard, bet Webster and Fillmore 
Tyler E. S., salesman Cunningham, Curtis & Welch, 
r. 710 California 

Witt & Pursch (Julius Witt and Frank Pureeh) mnfrs 
men's and boys' clothing, 113 Battery 

Zellerbach M., r. 609 Sacramento 
Ziegenbein John (John Ziegenbein & Co.) r. 966 Pe- 
ralta, Oakland 

SCHAFER & CO. 

Men's, Youths' and Boys' 

CLOTHING. 

No. 11 MONTGOMERY STREET. 



I. S. VAN WINKLE & CO 



413-415 MARKET ST. 

Importers and Dealers in 



IRON, STEEI. and - 
HEAVY HARDWARE 



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Capital, . . . $320,000,00. 

DE SMEDT PATENTS. HORSE SHOE BRAND . 

-~SVS^, THIS >>AV-_- 

Barber Asphalt Paving Co. 

{Under tliu Laws of Wesf Virginia,) 

i:tiporters and refiners of 

TRINIDAD ASPHALT, 



AND CONTRACTORS FOR 



Trinidad Asphalt Pavements. 

^9^-^ ^-^^-^9^-^^-^^^ laid (luring past six years 

l?f 'rUi: CITIES^ OF 

Washington, Boston, Philadelphia, Buffalo, Erie, Omaha, St. Louis, 
Louisville, New Orleans and Chicago. 



A. L. BARBER, President, 

E. B. WARREjY, Vice-President. 

JAMES ARCHBALD, Engineer and Manager. 
J. J. ALBRIGHT, Jr. 

D. 0. WICKHAM, Sec'y and Treasurer. 



PItlNCIPAJL OFFICE: 



16 Le Droit Building, WASHINGTON, D. C 

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BRANCH OFFICES: 

CHARLES HARRIS 101 Milk Street, Boston, Mass. 

(For 18 years Commissioner of Streets in Boston.) 

E. B. W^ARREN, Esq 2013 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

D. W. HODGE • 283 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. 

CHARLES O. WARREN Erie, Pa. 

CHARLES E. SQUIRES Omaha, Nebraska. 

P. S. MARQUIS • Cor. othand OliTeSts., St. Louis, Mo 

M.O.DICK Gait House, Louisville, Ky. 

T. TUPPER 81 St. Charles St., New Orleans, La. 

A. H. OLASPELL 184 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 

JESSE WARREN Palace Hotel, Sau Francisco, Cal. 

-W. S. SOMERVELL 422 Montg'y St., San Francisco Cal. 

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cities where we have done work. 



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THREE MILES FROM OAKLAND. 




Fare from Oakland to Hotel, - - - TEN CENTS. 



mmm m mm mm at all hours.^ 



Horse Cars direct to the Hotel connecting at Washington Street, cor 
7th, Oak/and. Telephone Communication with San Francisco 

and Oak/and. 

^^ Special Accommodations fof Private Parties. ^^ 

TRANSIENT AND PERMANENT BOARDERS, 

RESIDENT PHYsiciAx. W- D. ROGERS, Proprletor. 



RAILROAD LINE TO PIEDMONT, 

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These cars are open, and the seats elegantly ujjholsterecl. The 
Route, winding through lovely scenery, gradually ascends the high 
lands overlooking the city and bay, and the landscapes are conceded 
by tourists to be among the finest in the world. With the balmy 
air, sharpened just enough by the ocean breezes, the body feels ex- 
hilarated to an extent unknown in any of the suburban three-mile 
rides of San Francisco. Cars run regularly week days and Sundays. 

W. BLAIR, Proprietor. 



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FOR THE YEAR COMMENCING APRIL 1, 1885, 



J9S" Notice— iVtt»!M too late for regular insertion, removals, changes, etc., which have occurred during the 
printing of the work, will be found on thepages immediately preceding this. 



ABBRETIATIOIVS. 



Assn ^Association 

Av Avenue 

Bldg Building 

bet. _ between 

cor corner 

dept department 

E East 

mnfr manufacturer 

N North 

nr near 



opp opposite 

PI Place 

proptr proprietor 

r resides, or residence 

RR Railroad 

Rev Reverend 

S.. Soutli 

s side 

S. F F. D....S. F. Fire Dept 
SS Steamship 



supt superintendent 

W West 

BTREETS 

Bdwy Broadway 

Bran Brannan 

Cal California 

Clem Clementina 

Com Commercial 

Fol Folsom 



Leav Leavenworth 

Leld Leidesdorff 

Lomb Lombard 

Werch Merchant 

Mont Montgomery 

Sac Sacramento 

San Sansome 

Stev Stevenson 

St0i;k Stockton 

Wash Washington 



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ALBANYj Ni Yi> Akron, Alliaiic 

Ohio, tickets at General Ticket Ottice, 3 
Ne'tv Montjromery street, under Palace 
Hotel, Via Overland Sliort Line, Central 
Paciflc, CHICAGO AND NORTH-WEST 
ERN RAILAVAY 
■A A House, John F. Bolts proptr, 308 Keamj- 
ABC Guide Tlie, Bishop & Cucuel publishers 

521 Clay 
Aaclihusen Camille, domestic, 1970 Washington 



— -Abbotsford House, NW cor Larkin and Broadway 

Abbott Aaron E., r. 229 Hayes 
_LAbbott Adelbert S., clerk Dunham, Carrigan & Co., r. 
Oakland 
Abbott Allan H., clerk, r. 627 O'Farrell 
Abbott Annie, widow, r. 221 Leavenworth 
Abbott Charles H., wool broker, NW cor Fifth 

and Bluxome, r. 120 Jones 
Abbott Charles W., first asst engineer P. M. SS. City 
of New York, r. 615 Stockton 
-f-Abbott Frank, cook, r. 32)4 Freelon 
Abbott Frank, steward, r. 542 Howard 
Abbott Frank H., foreman B. F. Sterett, r. 1513 Taylor 
Abbott George H., clerk, r. 2037 Mission 
■4-Abbott George W., bookkeeper, r. 221 Capp 
Aaron Aaron, foreman factory Bauer Bros. & Co., r.'~\bbott Helen Miss, r. 221 Cajjp 

1713 Geary Abbott James, clerk, r. 73 Tehama 

Aaron Belle Miss, dressmaking, r. 503 O'Farrell ^*-- -Abbott JoUn E., attorney at law and Supervisor 
A.aron David, mnfr button holes, 137 Sixth, r. 29 Har- Fourth Ward, ofllce 314 Montgomery, room 14, r 

riet 1313 Vallejo 



Aaron David Mrs., dressmaker, 137 Sixth, r. 29 Harriet 
Aaron Emil, clerk E. Mansbach & Co., r, 404 Post 
Aaron Hannah Miss, bookbinder, r. 503 O'Farrell 
Aaron Harris, merchant, r. 503 O'Farrell 
Aaron Joseph, barber, 532 Third, r. 141 Clara 
Aaron Leopold, paperhanger, r. 143^ Harriet 
Aaron Louis, cigarmaker, r. 29 Harriet 
Aaron Simon, salesman Bauer Bros. & Co., r.l713 Geary 
l^'Aaron. See Aron 

Absdie Jean B., tailor J. Abadie, r. 1222 Stockton 
Abadie Joseph, merchant tailor, 1222 Stockton 
Abadie William, stockraiser, r. 1724 Hyde 
Abbaguard Frank, laborer, r. 10 Margaret PI 



Abbott Joseph (Kelley Bros. & Co.) r, W s Railroad 

Av, bet Manitoba and Dominica 
Abbott Joseph, blacksmith, r. 533 Commercial 
Abbott Joseph, porter Dalton Bros., r. 744 Howard 
Abbott Lewis H. , printer, r. 1035 Market 
Abbott Margaret E. Mrs., groceries and liquors, 116 

Welsh 
Abbott Mark L., hotel runner, r. 226 Second 
Abbott Martha K., ladies' nurse, r. 822 Mission 
Abbott Mary J. Mrs., r. 100 Jones 
Abbott Michael, laborer, r. 7 Converse 
"fsAbbott Moses A., boatman Custom House, r. Oakland 
Abbott Osborne Mrs., widow, r. 422 Van Ness Av 



Abbey Edgar W., bookkeeper Hall's Safe and Lock 
Co., r. Oakland 



land 
Abbiati Albino, saloonkeeper, r. 5535^ Stevenson 



change, NW cor Fifth and Townsend, r. 2012_ 
Pacific Av 
Abbot S. Leonard Jr» 

ings Bank, 215 Sansome 



secretary Security Sav- 
r. 2440 Jackson 



Abbes Francis A., house and sign painter, 1821 Polk * "Abbott Robert W. , general,agent Northwestern 



Mutual Life Insurance Co., 215 Sansome, room 1, 
r. 212 Fell 



Abbey William, millhand Miller & Hamilton, r. Oak-' M.bbott Samuel S., carpenter, 16.50J4 Mission, r. 1669 



Mission 
Abbott Thomas, proptr Pacific House, 702 Front 



Abbot Geor^^e, proptr San Francisco Wool Ex-' "Abbott William, bookkeeper Methodist Book Deposi 



tory, r. 311 Haight 
"iTtbbott William, seaman, r. 54 Sacramento 



Abbott. See Abbot 
Abel Anders M., carpenter S. P. RR. 



r. 215 Fifteenth 




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M.tiXl FACTIRERS- AGE]¥TS 

421,423,425,427 MARKET STREET. 



Durable Binding, Fine Printing at E. C. HUGHES' 



511 SAXSOSfE ST. 
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IMPORTERS OF 



STOVES AND RANGES. 

Manufacturers of 

. FRENCH RANGES. 

T^ 309, 3]1, 313, 315 and 317 MABKET STREET 

r\hel Bertha, wiclow, r. 26 Zoe 
^ 1 Abel C. A., glazier B. & J. S. Doe, r 





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156 Steuart 
bel Charles, captain schr Mary Joseph, r. 26 Zoe 
I Abel George A., shipping clerk Elisha Kansom & Co 

r. 24 Hampton PI 
>Abel H. Christian, hassockmaker, r. 18 Oak Grove Av^ , 

Abel Joseph, laborer William Hall, r. S s France A\<ptbramovich Drago 
ur Mission Road 
*f-Abell Alexander G., Grand Secretary Grand Lodge-|-Abramovich 
F. and A. M., llasonic Temple, r. 1027 Washington yich & C 

Abell Joseph, pianomaker Sherman, Clay & Co., r. 321 4-AbramoTich & Co. 

Pacific 
Abell Kate, widow, r. 7 Boston PI 
i Abell Teresa Miss. r. 1526 Sacramento 
I Abels C. & Co. (CharlesAbels andS. T. Gillard) house 
I and signpainters, 1047 Market 

] Abels Charles (C. Abels & Co.) r. 923 Howard 

Abels Hermann, cabinetmaker Aug. Jungblut & Co., 
i r. 616 3i Natoma 

Abels Solomon E., attorney at law, 137 and 139 Phelan 
Building, r. 1107 Filbert 
r~>Abelzuri Jules, waiter S. F. Bar Assn, r. 121 Post 
•-'Abend Post (German, daily and weekly) S. F. Abend 
Post Publishing Co., publishers and proptrs, 535 
I California 

j Abenheim Leopold, publisher Colonists' Guide, r. 4 

Walnut Av 
tAber William E., bookkeeper Stockton Planing Mill. 

r. 8323^ Harrison 
Aberd Marx, baker, r. 437 Jessie, rear 

Abernethy Alexander, machinist, r. 459 Bryant _ , 

^"TVbernetliy Jolin H., physician and surgeon, piAbrams Jacob, teamster, r. 248 Clementina 
office and r. 426 Kearny 
Abernethy Lewis, salesman Murphy, Grant & Co., r, 

Oakland 
Abiela Antonio, cook, r. 605 Broadway 
Abley Frederick, cook, r. 444 Natoma 
Abraham Abraham, bookkeeper Friedlander & Stern, 
r. 9 Seventh 



Abrahamson Anton E., seaman, r. 511 Howard 
■Abrahamson Gustave, fancy goods, 130- Kearny, r. 515 
Golden Gate Av 
) Jtbrahamson Herman, with Gustave Abrahamson, r. 
515 Golden Gate Av 
Abrahamson John, r. 28 DeBoom 
Abrahamson John, seaman, r. 511 Howard 
^Abrahamson Nels, liquor saloon, 119 Jackson 
"itbrahamson Peter, capitalist, r. 1022 Hyde 
Abrahamson Peter, master schr B. G. Whiting 
Abrahamson Samuel, plumber, r. 114 Fourth 
Abrahamson Siegfried, pawnbroker, 515 Montgomery, 

r. .502 Bufih 
Abrahamson Silas, fireman stmr Al-Ki 
>jj^' Abrahamson. See Abramson 

Abram Morris, junk dealer, r. 236 Perry 
-4-Abramovich Brothers (John and Drago) fruits and 
vegetables, 1501 Polk 

Abramovich Bros., and Abramo- 
vich & Co.) r: 1501 Polk 

John (Abramovich Bros., and Abramo- 
vich & Co.) r. 1501 Polk 

John and Drago Abramovich and 
M. Rostovich) fruit and vegetables, 1654 Polk 
Abrams Adolph J., barber Adam Grimm, r. 11 Carlos 

PI 
Abrams Albert, physician and surgeon, office 110 

Mason, r. 1359 Post 
Abrams Ambrozina Miss, r. 203 Ritch 
Abrams David, merchant, r. 1833 Bush 
Abrams Edward C.,trunkmaker Fechheimer & Steele, 

r. 203 Ritch 
Abrams Eva B. Miss. r. 433 McAllister 
Abrams Harry, compositor, r. 414 Dodge 
Abrams Henry C, hostler S. F. Laundry, r. 1519 

Eddy 
Abrams Henry M. , clerk Wenzel, Rothschild &Haden. 
feldt, r.l833 Bush 
""f^brams Herman, fruits, 238 Fourth, r. 258 Tehama 
Abrams Hiram, r. 113 Turk 
Abrams Isaac, clothing and furnishing goods, 534 and 

540 Kearny, and 114 Third, r. 433 McAllister 
Abrams Isaac, salesman Weil & Woodleaf, r. 435 Bush 



H-Abrams John (Carroll, Abrams & Carroll) r. 29 Du- 
pont 
Abrams Jonas, shoemaker, r. 128 Olive Av 
4-Abraii)s Joseph D. , salesman A. Andrews, 

Bush 
^^Abrams Julius, real estatebroker, r. 703 Hayes 
^^.brams Lii^pman. tailor, r. 706 Vallejo 



r. -1833 



Abraham C. & H. (Charles and Henry) proprietors '-Abrams Louisa, widow, r. .507 Lombard 



Western Nursery, NW cor Union and Pierce, and 
florists, 106 California Market 



Abrams M., traveling agent, r. 1U23 Twenty-first 
^Abrams Max, fruit dealer, r. 248 Clementina 



Abraham Charles (C. & H. Abraham) r.NW cor UnioiT' -Abrams Max, tailor, 919 Pacific 



r. 9 



and Pierce 
Abraham Christian, teamster, 

bert and Greenwich 
Abraham Gabriel, tailor, 1220 Market, r. 8Hyde 
Abraham Henry (C. & H. Abraham) r. NW cor Union 

and Pierce 
Abraham Hyman, salesman Pac. Jewelry Co., r. 1520 

Post 
■Abraham Isaac, merchant (Weaverville, Cal.) r 

McAllister 
'Abraham Joseph, clothing, 721 Sansome 
Abraham Kate, r. 633 Ellis 
Abraham Lee, expressman, r. 25 John 
Abraham Max, waiter, r. 114 Turk 
Abraham Nathan, stock clerk M. Heller & Bros., 

Seventh 
Abraham Philip, r. 9 Seventh 
^■l^" Abraham. See Abrahams, Abram and Abrams 
Abrahams Abram, clothing, 400 Pacific 
Abrahams Abraham B., salesman, r. 605 McAllister 
Abrahams Andrew, mate schr Redwood, r. 238 Steuart 
^Abrahams Henry, shirt mnfr, r. 1022 Jackson 
Abrahams J., merchant, r. 905 Market 
Abrahams Jacob, barber Charles H. Coleman, r. 400 

Pacific 
Abrahams Jacob, clothing and furnishing goods, 814 

Battery, r. 509 J$ Natoma 
'Abrahams Lewis, jewelry, 13 Kearny, r. 905 Market 
•Abrahams Louis, clothing, 4-6 Clay, r. 605 McAllister 
■Abrahams Marks, salesman, r. 1022 Jackson 
- -Abrahams Meyer, tailor, r. 605 McAllister 
Abrahams Morris, traveling salesman, r. 1022 Jackson 
Abrahams Simon, tailor, r. 802 Jackson 
Abrahams Soloman, seaman, r. 118 Francisco 

Abrahams. See Abraham, Abram and Abrams 



"■Abrams Myer, tailor, r. 4 John 
W s Scott, bet Fil-4^brams Nathan, clerk, r. 14093^ Mason 

Abrams Robert, stage carpenter Baldwin Theatre, r. 

336 Union 
Abrams Samuel, clerk Cohnreich Bros., r. 248 Clem- 
entina 
Abrams Thomas, compositor Examiner, r. 625 Bush 
Abrams Wolf, trader, r. 265 Tehama 
71?'| jy AhrTimr See Abraham, Abrahams and Abram 
_4^bramsou. Bacon <Si Hennisch (Edward 
Abramson, Gaston E. Bacon and Adam Heunisch) 
bottlers' supplies, confectioners' supplies and 
druggists' sundries, 116 Battery 
Abramson Edward (Abramson, Bacon & Heunisch, 

and Abramson & Bacon) r. 219 Dupont 
Abramson George, longshoreman, r. 1030 Alabama 
..4-A.branison & Bacon (Edward Abramson and 
Gaston E. Bacon) pharmaceutical chemists, SW 
cor Dupont and Sutter 
T!^ Abramson. See Abrahamson 
^brego Ysmael M., salesman Huntington, Hopkins & 
Co., r. Oakland _^_ 

Abrook John, liquor saloon, 1013 Kearny 

SCHAFER & CO. 

Men's, Youths' and Boys' 

CLOTHING. 

No. 11 MONTGOMERY STREET. 



I. b. VAN WINKLL & LO. Uporters aM Mers m 



IRON, STEEL, Etc. 



JOHN WIGMORE— HARDWOOD LUMBER: 129 to 147 Spear Street. 



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Abs Ferdinand, machinist, r. 31 Tehama 
Abt Charles, letter carrier Post Office, r. 2103^ Fran- 
Cisco 

< "Sciideiny Btiilfliiijf, 330 Pine 
' rXcucleniy of Iiiiiij^iiu^es, Prof. T. B. de Pellppe 
liroprietor. 702 Market 
Acu<t«iny of Natural Sciences, SW cor. Cali- 
fornia and Diipout 
Academy of Notre Dame, E s Dolores, bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth 
Accifleiit Insurance Co. of North America. 
(of Montreal) Irwin & Watson general agents, i05 
California 
ccidental Mining Co. (Quijotoa, A. T.) John H, 
Sayre secretary, 330 Pine, room 30 
+'5»eret Annie Mrs., dressmaker, r. 708 Gough 
-A«*rct Jacob, gardener, r. 708 Goiigh 

eves Alexander, shoemaker, r. 423'i Clementina 
Acheson Robert, commission merchant, 40 California, 
r. 1103 Montgomery 
4-^chilles Thomas, shipwright, r. 127 Ivy Av 
him Auguste, laundry, 1007 Howard 
Acbmann Robert, salesman, r. 410 Union 
Achorn Albion G., carpenter, r, 1114 Filbert, rear 
Acker Frank V., carpenter and builder, 1207 Polk, r. 

2413 Buchanan 
Acker George, boilermaker, r. 559 Howard 
•-Acker V. Mrs., dressmaking, 407 Sutter 
. -Acker Valentine, tailor, r. 407 Sutter 
Ackerman Albert, salesman The Famous Crockery 
and Fancy Goods Co., r. 1509 Gough 
-f-AcUerman, Block & Co. (Hart S., Samiiel S. 
Isidore S. and Isidore H. Ackerman and Maurice 
Block) crockery and glassware, 13-19 Front 
ckerman Brothers, office with Ackerman, 
Block & Co., 13-19 Front 
-(-Ackerman Charles, capitalist, r. 734 Tehama 
-Arjkermaii Charles H., b.aker, r. 625 Clay 
Ackerman Charles L. (Naphtaly, Freidenrich & Ack- 
erman) attorney at law, 426 California, r. 423 Eddy 
Ackerman Claus. flourpacker Golden Gate Mill Co 

r. 1113 Filbert 
Ackerman David, butcher, 602 Leavenworth 
-Aekerman Emanuel, salesman D. N. & E. Walter & 

Co.,r. 1309 Larkin 
Ackerman Hart S. (Ackerman Bros, and Ackerman, 

Block & Co.) r. 1509 Gough 
Ackerman Henry L., r. 423 Eddy 
+-Ackerman Herman, master schr George C. Perkins, r. 
2715 Mission 
Ackerman Hyman S., r. 112 Kearny 
Ackerman Isidore H. (.\ckermanBros. and Ackerman, 

Block & Co.) r. 1509 Gough 
Ackerman Isidore S. (Ackerman Bros, and Ackerman, 

Block & Co.) r. 1509 Gough 
Ackerman John F., porter, r. Golden Eagle Hotel 
Ackerman Jule S., r. 122 Post 

Ackerman Robert, master mariner, r. 2724 Folsom 
•Ackerman Samuel J., salesman D. N. & E. Walter & 

Co., r. 1309 Larkin 
Ackerman Samuel S. (Ackerman Bros, and Ackerman, 

Block & Co.) r. New York 
Ackerman Sigmund H., asst manager The Famous 
Crockery and Fancy Goods Co., 123 Kearny, r. 
1509 Gough 
-f A ckerman Sigmiind L., correspondent 
Bros., r. 215 Post 
-Sckerson Charles H., contractor and builder, office 
and r. 215 Kearny 
•"j-Sckerson Emma B., widow, r. 324 Green 

Ackerson Frank, stoker Engine No. 12, S. F. F. D., r. 

101 Commercial 
Ackerson George T., real estate agent, 326 Pme, r. 31 

Oak 
Ackerson Peter, seaman, r. 700 Front 
Ackerson William, carpenter, r. 503 Mason 
ckley H. S., captain P. C. SS. George W. Elder 



Neustadter • -Adams 



MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INS. CO. 

of ^Je-vc^ tr©x-s»©y. 

PAID MEMBERS. - - - $79,553,092 02. 

POl-ICIES INCONTESTABIiF, after the thin 

year, except as asjainst intentional fraud, and all 

restrictions upon travel and occnpa- 

tiou are removed. 

JAMES MUNSELL Jb., Agent, 415 Momtg'y St. 



FRATINGER & CO. 

CLOAK Wm HOOSE. 

105 KEARNY STREET. 



Ackley Lyman, r. 1009 Twenty-first 
4>Acme Mill and Mining Co. (Amador Co.. Cal.) J. M. 
Bufflngton secretary, 309 California, rooms 3-4 
Aco Andrew, clerk, r. 421 O'Farrell 
Acock W. R. Mrs., r. 925 }i Mission 
Acoita Doriato, painter, r. 7 Salmon 
Acres Richard T. (Acres & Williams) r. 1717 Turk 
Acres & Williams (Richard T. Acres and Charles J. 
Williams) bookbinders and paper rulers, 412 Com- 
mercial 
Acton John B., clerk American Exchange Hotel, r. 

Oakland 
■Acton Martin J., laborer Custom House, r. Berkeley 
Acton Richard, liarnessmaker, 2803 Mission 
Acton Robert, foreman P.F. Nolan & Co.,r. 30 Golden 

Gate Av 
Acuila Espidido, widow, r. 1421 Stockton 
Adae Fielding M., clerk, r. 514 Bush 
Adae W. W., clerk John W.Stuart, r. 209 Leavenworth 
i^dair Bruce, clerk James B. Flanagan, r. 537 Bryant 
Adair Henry, clerk, r. SW cor Bryant and Zoe 
■Adair Jane M., widow, r. 537 Bryant 
Adair Joseph, nightwatchman A. Waldstein, r.SW cor 

Byant and Zoe 
Adair Thomas, bartender, r. 115 Second 
Adair William, polisher Aug. Jungblut & Co., r. SW 

cor Bryant and Zoe 
Adair William H., clerk G. G. Burnett, r. 1605 Jones 
-+-*dam Robert M., bakery and confectionery, 1049 
Howard 
-Ariam Thomas (Adam & Kibbe) r. 814 Hayes 
--Adam iSf Kibbe (Thomas Adam and Millard Kib- 
be) wines and liquors, junction Market, Kearny 
and Geary 
'«^dami John, blacksmith, r. 113 Trenton 
Adamich John, bartender, r. 946 Harrison 
Adams Adolph, clerk Clutf Bros., r. 9 Graham PI 
Adams Albert, laborer, r. Florida, nr Eighteenth 
Adams Albert F. , blacksmith, r. 114 Haight 
"Adams Albert F., Custom House broker, 423 Washing- 
ton, r. 632 Eddy 
■ "Adams Alexander P., coffee grinder, 51 Fremont, r. 

1424 McAllister 
-*dams Amos, real estate, 40 California, r. 110 Ninth 
4-.Adams Amos C, attorney at law, 137-139 Phelan 
Building, r.2401 Webster 
■^dams Arthur L., clerk Post Office, r. 1802 Dupont 
Adams B., messman O. and O. SS. Alameda 
Adams Benjamin, shoemaker, 1644 Polk 
Adams Charles, baker, r. Presidio 
Adams Charles, conductor, r. 770 Harrison 
-Adams Charles, hooker Pac. Rolling Mills, r. SE cor 
Mississippi and Mariposa 

Charles A., student A. C. Adams, r. 2401 Web- 
ster 
Adams Charles E., tracer W. H. Warren 
--Adams Charles F., clerk Haas Bros., r. SW cor Solano 

and Pennsylvania Av 
-Adams Charles F., with Butler & Haldan, r. 1910 

Hyde 
H-Adams Charles W., carrepairer C. P. RR., r. 1504 

Folsom 
•Adams Charles W., workman coiner's deptU. S. Mint, 

r. Alameda 
-fAdams Christopher, gunsmith, 508 Commercial, r. 

1110 Broadway 
-fAdams Clara A. Miss, teacher Broadway Grammar 

School, r. 1910 Hyde 
■f-Adams Cyrus, salesman Esberg, Bachman & Co., r. 

2205 Devisadero 
•4-Adams Daniel H., waiter, r. 238 Minna 

Adams Daniel S., shoefinisher P. F. Nolan & Co., r. 
264 Golden Gate Av 
*^ -Adams Daniel T., cooper, r. 14 McLea Court 
-j-Adams Edson, real estate, 91-92 Montgomery Block, r. 
Oakland 
Adams Edward, actor, r. 223 Austin 
Adams Edward, molder, r. 146 Natoma 



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FENDERS and FIRE IRONS 

Open Fire - Place Trimmings 
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309, 311, 313, 315 and 317 MARKET STREET. 



Adams Edward F., agent, r. 304 Eighteenth 

Adams Edwin, glovecutter F. G. Conklin & Co. 

Adams Ella Miss, r. 825 Bush 

Adams Emerson, butcher George Hames, r. 185 Six- 
teenth 

Adams Eugunius M., driver Potrero and B. V. RE., r. 
642 Fourth 

Adams E. W., clerk Chronicle, r. 411J$ Oak 

Adams Francis, machinist, r. 69 Minna 

Adams Francis S., machinist, r. 575 Bryant 

Adams Frank, longshoreman, r. 1001 Battery, rear 

Adams Frank, feeder Pac. Scouring Co., r. 1320 Guer- 
rero 

Adams Frank, teamster, r. 27 Eitch 

Adams Frank H., bookkeeper Huntington, Hopkins & 
Co., r. Oakland 

Adams George, coremaker, r. 146 Natoma 

Adams George, expressman, NW cor Post and Dupont, 
r. 430 Union 

Adams George, laborer, r. 922 Battery 

Adams George, salesman B. Altschul, r. 1110 Broad- 
way 

Adams George E., butcher, r. 185 Sixteenth 

Adams George H., commercial traveler, r. 411 Oak 

Adams George M., foreman cutting room U. S. Mint, 
r. 1311 Laguna 

Adams George P., cashier Charles Lyons, r. 632 Eddy 

Adams George P., clerk Easton & Eldridge, r. 1014 
Geary 

Adams George W., lumber surveyor, 25 Steuart, r. 708 
Stockton 

Adams George W., foreman Grocer and Country Mer- 
chant, r. 1910 Hyde 

Adams Grove, mining, ofBce 318 Montgomery, r. San 
Eafael 

Adams Gustave A., conductor Cal. St, EE., r. 1421 Polk 

Adams Hannah W., widow, r. SW cor Solano and 
Pennsylvania Av 

Adams Harry, night clerk New Washington Hotel 

Adams Harry A., salesman, r. 504 Geary 

Adams Henry, longshoreman, r. NW cor Mission and 
Steuart 

Adams Henry, packer, r. 36 Jessie 

Adams Henry G., shoemaker, r. 319 Minna 

Adams Henry Q., searcher records, r. 101 Bartlett 

Adams Henry W., clerk Board of Trade of S. F., r. 
1309}^ Golden Gate Av 

Adams Herbert, engineer P. C. SS. George W. Elder, 
r. 419 Hyde 

Adams Herbert W., mnfg jeweler, 20 Stockton 

Adams Hill Consolidated Mining Co. (Eureka, Nev.) 
D. A. Jennings secretary, 401 California 

Adams House, Clark Clapp proptr, 619 Sacramento 

Adams Isaac, barber Nathan & Salinger, r. 704 Ellis 

Adams J., r. 12 Mason 

Adams Jacob, proptr Broadway Brewery, r. 628 Broad- 
way 

Adams James (Adams & Butler) r. 30 Washington Av 

Adams James, brass molder, r. 331 Green 

Adams James A., clerk Cowan, Porter & Co., r. 118 
Geary 

Adams James B., druggist, r. 946 Mission 

Adams James H., r. 1910 Hyde 

Adams Joel, laborer Cal. Sugar Eefinery, r. 724 Bran- 
nan 

Adams John, boilermaker, r. 26 Natoma 

Adams John, carpenter, r. 512 Bush 

Adams John, clerk, r. 112 Kearny 

Adams John, cook O. R. and N. SS. CoUimbia 

Adams John, restaurant, 534 Third 

Adams John, teamster, r. 4 Burcham PI 

Adams John E. (Brown & Adams) r. Oakland 

Adams John F., barber, r. 21 Eitch 

Adams John G., cellarman Broadway Brewery, r. 10 
Polk Lane 

Adams John H., brakeman S. P. EE., r. 507 Sixth 

Adams John I., teamster, r. 681 Mission 

Adams John M. (Adams & Carter) r. 2510 Washington 



Adams John P., r. 1211 J^ Mission 

Adams John P. Jr. (Daly & Adams) and extraman 
Hose No. 3, S. F. F. D., r. 1211 M Mission 

Adams John Q., attorney at law, 604 Clay, r. 1028 Val- 
lejo 

Adams John Q., blacksmith, r. 1320 Guerrero 

Adams John Q., clerk Nevada Bank, r. 734 Sutter 

Adams John Q., nightwatchman, r. 4 Liberty 

Adams John Q., plumber P. M. SS. Co., r. 24 Silver, 
rear 

Adams John Q.Eev., pastor Westminster Presbyterian 
Church, r. 73u Hayes 

Adams John S., captain tug Governor Tilden, r. Oak- 
land 

Adams John S., policeman, r. 1615 Baker 

Adams Joseph, varieties, 725 Brannan 

Adams Joseph B., bookkeeper, r. SW cor Solano and 
Pennsylvania Av 

Adams Joseph W., junk dealer, 550 Mission, r. 32 
Golden Gate Av 

Adams Josephine Miss, saleslady Singer Mnfg Co., r. 
316 Taylor 

Adams K. D.Mrs., type writer and copyist, 339 Kearny 

Adams LiaAvson S. (Adams, McNeil & Co., Sac- 
ramento) office 405 Front, r. 825 Bush 

Adams Lemuel C, salesman J. A. Folger & Co. 

Adams Lorenzo O. (Adams & Pritchard) r. 509?^ Na- 
toma 

Adams Lucy F. Miss, teacher Turk St. Primary 
School, r. 1910 Hyde 

Adams Margaret, domestic, 1421 Howard 

Adams Martin H.. engineer, r. 1636 Golden Gate Av 

Adams, McNeil & Co. (Sacramento) wholesale grocers, 
office 405 Front 

Adams Meivin, waiter, r. 533 Sacramento 

Adams Milton B., major U. S. A., engineer officer 
Div. of the Pacific and Dept of California 

Adams Nelson J., assayer, r. 1311 Laguna 

Adams Philip, laborer, r. 121 Clinton 

Adams Q. L., dentist, office and r. 1515 Leavenworth 

Adams Eboda, widow, r. 19 Trenton 

Adams Richard H.. porter P. C. SS. Co., r. 331 Green 

Adams Eichard L., teamster, r. 856 Brannan 

Adams Robert S., barber, r. American Exchange 
Hotel 

Adams Samuel, shipcarpenter, r. 324 Twenty-eighth 

Adams Samuel W. , blacksmith, r. 114 Haight 

Adams Sarah, domestic, 1314 Golden Gate Av 

Adams Sarah, widow, r. 811 Filbert, rear 

Adams Timothy W., sawsmith N. W. Spaulding Saw 
Co., r. 411J^ Oak 

Adams William, conductor N. B. and M. RE., r. 750 
Howard 

Adams William, stockfitter, r. 1602 Larkin 

Adams William, salesman Asa Harker & Co., r. 804 
Geary 

Adams William, woolsorter Falkner, Bell & Co., r. 
725 Brannan 

Adams William A., decorator, r. 136 Seventh 

Adams William A., r. 331 Green 

Adams William H., r. 1320 Guerrero 

Adams William H. Jr., shoemaker, r. 1320 Guerrero 

Adams William J. , lumber dealer and shipping 
merchant and proprietor Washington Mills (Sea- 
beck) office Pier 17 Steuart, r. Menlo Park 

Adams William L., with William J. Adams, r. Menlo 
Park 

Adams William M., shipwright, r. 2205}^ Mason 

Adams William P.. asst treasurer Standard Theatre, r. 
1211 M Mission 

Adams William P., capitalist, office 121 Sansome, r. 
Oakland 

Adams William S., roaster A. P.Adams, r.740 Harrison 

Adams William S., captain tug Edith 

Adams Zabdiel B., salesman J. C. Johnson & Co., r. 
1309}^ Golden Gate Av 

Adams & Butler (James Adams and Thomas J.Butler) 
hay, grain and feed, 42-44 Clay 

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Adaius & Carter (Johu M. Adama and William F. Car- 
ter) miuiuR and mechanical eii^lneers and agents 
Frue Ore Ccuicentrator, 109 California, room 7 

Adams & Co. (Peter Ward and Behrend Joost) real 
estate ageuts, SW cor Seventeenth and Castro 

Adams & Pritchard (L. O. Adams and Frederick L. 
Pritchard) ship tinsmiths and plumbers, 5U5 
Davis 

tSr Adams. See Adam 

Adamson Lawrence, car driver Central RR., r. 18 
Boardman PI 

Adamson Marguerite, widow, r. E s Pennsylvania Av, 
bet Solano and Butte 

Adamson Richard, salesman Murphy, Grant & Co., r. 
r.U3 Stevenson 

Adamson William, first officer ship Belvedere 

Adamson W. R. H., office 74 Montgomery Block, r. 
Sutro Heights, opp Cliff House 

Adcock Edwin, millinery, 748 Market and 10 
Kearny, r. 418 Sutter 

Adcock John T., clerk Charles F. Doe.r. 90G Valencia 

Aflrock Kate Mrs., millinery, 10 Kearny and 748 
Market, r. 418 Sutter 

ADCOCK'S MILLINERY STORES 

10 KeHi'iiy and 748 Market, brancli 
cor First and Main, Portland, Or. 

Adcock Robert A., clerk A. M. Simpson «f Bro.,r. Ala- 
meda 
Adcock William N., jeweler, r. 846 Mission 
Addiks Charles, laundryman La Grande Laundry 
Addiugton Absolom M., potter Mission Pottery, r. 

E s Dolores, nr Sixteenth 
Addingtou David M., teamster Smith's Cash Store, 

r. 2 Railroad Av 
Addis D., r. 227 Capp 
Addison George W., machinist Golden State and 

Miner's Iron Works, r. 1206 Leavenworth 
Addison James, machinist, r. 655 Harrison 
Addison S. L. Mrs., dressmaking, r. 115 Jones 
Addison Walter D., bookkeeper, r. 316 Taylor 
Addison William, woolsorter, r. Terminal Hotel 
Addy Frank, porter 0. R. and N. SS. Queen of the 

Pacific 
Adeckes Charles, maltster Glaus Wreden & Co., r. 5 

Hartmann 
Adeckes Henry, deckhand, r. 5 Hartmann 
Adelphi Society, SW cor California and Dupont 
Adelsberger Charles F., cooper, r. 237 Sixth 
Adelsdorfer Alfred (Adelsdorfer & Co.) r. 1718 Bush 
AdeLsdorfer Alfred Jr., bookkeeper Esberg, Bachman 

& Co., r. 1718 Bush 
Adelsdorfer John, clerk Davis Bros., Toklas & Co., r. 

1605 Gough 
Adelsdorfer Joseph, with Adelsdorfer & Co., r. 1718 

Bush 
Adelsdorfer Max, clerk Davis Bros., Toklas & Co., r. 

1718 Bush 
Adelsdorfer Rosa, widow, r. 1605 Gough 
Adelsdorfer William, clerk Davis Bros., Toklas & 

Co., r. 1605 Gough 
Adelsdorfer & Co. (Alfred Adelsdorfer) coflfee and 

spice mills, 406 Clay 
Adelseck Frank, engineer stmr Whitelaw 
Adelson Heiman B., peddler, r. 3243^ Broadway 
Adelson J., artificial flowers, 608 Market, room 10, r. 

1730 Eddy 
Adelson Julius, newsdealer, 2}^ Sixth, r. 443 Tehama 
Adelstein Bernard, junk dealer, r. 109 Eleventh 
Adelstein Samuel, clerk A. Waldteufel, r. 109 Eleventh 
Adema Anna Mrs., widow, r. 3 Zoe PI 
Ader Jean L. (Ader & Dulac) r. 736 Pacific 
Ader Pierre,. French Ben. Soc. 
Ader & Dulac (Jean L. Ader and Jean Dulac) proptrs 

Lafayette House, 736 Pacific 
Adge Frederick, teamster, r. 20 J^ Clinton 

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Adie M. E. Mrs., widow, r. 2437 Buchanan 

Adkins John, laborer, r. 48 Clara 

Adler Aaron A. (Jost vt Adler) r. 1316 Van Ness Av 

Adler Adolph, bookkeeper D. Goodman, r. 637 Sutter 

Adler Baer, butcher, r. 1612 California 

Adler Benjamin, butcher, 701 Polk, r. 1612 California 

Adler Benjamin, salesman Bauer Bros. & Co., r. 622 

Golden Gate Av 
Adler Benjamin, teacher, r. NE cor Octavia and Haight 
Adler Bernard, r. 2514 Bush 

Adler Charles (W. & I. Steinhart & Co.l r. Alameda 
Adler Charles, bookkeeper, r. 915 Geary 
Adler Charles E. (Fechheimer, Goodkind & Co.) r. 

916 O'Farrell 
Adler David, crockery, glass and tinware, 1009)6 

Stockton 
Adler David, bookkeeper, r.NE cor Octavia and Haight 
Adler David, dealer hides, etc., r. 808 Laguna 
Adler Edward H., r. W s Railroad Av, bet Manitoba 

and Domiuica 
Adler Elkau, r. 522 Jones 

Adler Emil, engineer Pacific Bridge Co., r. 924 Pine 
Adler Harry B., clerk, r. 2514 Bush 
Adler Herman, bookkeeper F. Toplitz & Co., r. 730 

Sutter 
Adler J., seaman P. C. SS. Mexico 
Adler Jacob, solicitor Union Ins, Co., r. 1018 Van 

Ness Av 
Adler Jacob, agent, r. 710 O'Farrell 
Adler J. E., r. 522 Jones 
Adler John, laborer P. M. SS. Go's Wharf 
Adler Joseph, salesman Davis Bros., r. 13 Hopeton 

Terrace 
Adler Joseph, tobacco stripper, r. 808 Lagvina 
Adler Leopold, r. 1406 Polk 
Adler Leopold, boots and shoes, 408)6 Larkin 
Adler Louis, salesman, r. 29)6 Linden Av 
Adler Maurice, clerk, r. S s Green, bet Hyde and 

Larkin 
Adler Max, waiter Engelberg's Bakery, r. 30 Ritch 
Adler Morris, butcher, r. 928 Folsom 
Adler Moses, dry goods, 934 Dupont, r. 13 Hopeton 

Terrace 
Adler Moses W., liiuor commission, 306-308 Clay, r. 

1111 Post 
Adler Recha Miss, r. 926 Sutter 
Adler Samuel, salesman, r. 808 Laguna 
Adler Samuel, salesman, r. 622 Golden Gate Av 
Adler Sarah A., r. W s Railroad Av, bet Manitoba and 

Dominica 
Adler Sigmund (Adler & Co.) r. 1018 Van Ness Av 
Adler Solomon, capitalist, r. 622 Golden Gate Av 
Adler Solomon, salesman, r. 1612 California 
Adler William, heel builder Buckingham & Hecht, r. 

808 Laguna 
Adler & Co. (Sigmund Adler and Sigmund Erlen- 

bach) dealers stoves, ranges, tin and woodenware, 

603 Market 
Adlington David M., carpenter, r. 1125 Kearny 
Adlington Mary Mrs., r. 117 Julian Av 
Adlington Thomas, saloonkeeper, r. 237 Stevenson 
Adlum Benjamin, laborer, r. Handley House 
Administrator Public, 318 Pine, room 30 
Adolf Prince, bartender Albert Hillebrand, r. 642)^ 

Natoma 
Adolph Harry, salesman, r. 705 Greenwich 
Adrian Adrien, dyer, r. 48 Oak 
Adrian Frank I., butcher, 5-6 California Market, r.l32 

McAllister 
Advance Olectric Co., C. H. Wheeler manager, 

126 Kearny 
Advent Christian Chapel, NE cor Church and Day 
Aesil Charles, turner, r. 923 Union 
Aesil Charles Jr., jeweler, r. 923 Union 
jntnn Insurance Co. (Hartford, Conn.) George 

C. Boardman general agent, Thomas E. Pope asst 

general agent, N. W. Winter city agent, 311 Cali- 
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IMPORTERS OF 

MARBELIZED MANTELS, 

Fire Grates and Tile, 

309, 311, 313, 315 and 317 MARKET STREET. 

.^tna Iron Works, Lewis M. Starr i^roprietor, 
217-221 Fremont 

.5;tiia Life Insurance Co. (of Hartford, Conn.) John 
H. Stevens manager, 315 California 

Afeld Joseph, music and stationery, 805 Larkin 

Afflerbach Alice Miss, teacher music, r. 720 Montgom- 
ery Av 

Afmann Frank, steward Doscher & Lilkendey, r. 1012 
Stockton 

African Methodist Episcopal Church, W s Powell, bet 
Jackson and Pacific 

African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, W s Stock- 
ton, bet Clay and Sacramento 

Agar John, packer S. H. Tyler & Son, r. 511 Jones 

Agard Alexander H. , clerk Caledonian Mills, r. 311 
Green 

Agard G. E., r. 311 Green 

Agard George L., bookkeeper Gilman & Danforth, r. 
2016 J^ Taylor 

Agard Joseph J., special agent Hartford Fire Insur- 
ance Co., 313 California, r. Oakland 

Agard William A. T., bookkeeper M. Kosenshine & 
Bro., r. 311 Green 

Agaton Emil, sausagemaker, r. 715 Montgomery Av 

Agen Michael, laborer Presidio Reservation, r. S s 
Pixley, bet Buchanan and Webster 

Agents' Supply Co., 235 Kearny, rooms 3-t 

Ager James E. (Bacon & Company) r. Alameda 

Ager John, r. 624 Fourth 

Ager John. E., manager A. B. Forbes, 214 San- 
some, r. 2842 Mission 

Ager Robert, r. 624 Fourth 

Ageson George, machinist, r. 623 Howard 

Aggamore Paul, painter, r. 2508 Bush 

Aggust John, seaman, r. 253 Steuart 

Agin Frank, seaman, r. 715}^ Davis 

Agnel Louis, waiter P. Priet & Co., r. 817 Montgomery 

Agnew Frank B., clerk W. J. Calllngham & Co., r. 705 
Hyde 

Agnew Frank L., clerk S.F. Gas Light Co.,r. 59 South 
Park 

Agnew George M., with Huntington, Hopkins & Co., 
r. Alameda 

Agnew George McC, hackman, r. 339 Bush 

Agnew Gilmore, compositor, r. 705 Hyde 

Agnew Hugh, water tender stmr Walla Walla 

Agnew John J., foreman S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 310 
Seventeenth 

Agnew Patrick, calker, r. 90 Federal 

Agnew Robert, nightwatchman, r. 226 Filbert 

Agnew Samuel, porter Merry, Faull & Co., r. 1616 
Dolores 

Agnew Thomas, city agent The State Investment and 
Insurance Co., 218-220 Sansome, r.2423 California 

Agnew William C, laborer S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 116 
Clara 

Agor Anna, domestic. 814 Bush 

Agor Pierre, French Ben. Soc. 

Agostine Jules«J., student Heald's Business College, 
r. 26 Turk 

Agostino Guillaume, French Ben. Soc. 

Agostino Joseph D., machinist, r. 1107 Kearny 

Agricultural Insurance Co. (New York) Hutchinson 
& Mann agents, 322-324 California 

Agricultural Macliine Works, Byron Jackson 
proprietor. 625-627 Sixth 

Agricultural Park, N s Point Lobos Av, bet Twenty- 
third and Twenty-seventh Avs 

Aguilar James L., cook, r. 802 Jackson 

Aguilar Peter, porter, r. 223 Montgomery Av 

Aguirre Ceferino, French Ben. Soc. 

Aguirre John, painter, r. 1508 Powell 

Aguirre Juan M., r. 1314 Powell 

AGUIRRE MARTIN J. n.an„. 

factnrer and retail dealer FrencU Can- 
dies, M.irrons Glaces, and Frnits 
Glaces, 4:39 Kearny, r. 8 Monroe 



Aguirre Raymond M., hotel keeper, r. 1234 Stockton 

Ahearn Annie, widow, r. 15 Boardman PI 

Ahearn Bartholomew, laborer, r. 922 Battery 

Ahearn Daniel, plasterer, r. 11 Hunt 

Ahearn Maurice J., iron molder, r. U20J^ Broadway 

Ahearn Peter, laborer, r. 512 Howard 

Ahearn Thomas, fireman, r. 9 Pacific 

fi^"Ahearn. See Ahern 

Ahern Arthur, driver N. B. and M. RR., r.l916 Folsom 

Ahern Arthur J., carpenter R. C. Orphan Asylum 

Ahern Bartholomew, gardener R, C. Orphan Asylum 

Ahern Catherine Mrs., varieties, 316 Folsom 

Ahern Daniel, laborer, S. P. C. RR. 

Ahern Daniel, piledriver, r. 15 Verona PI 

Ahern Daniel, longshoreman, r. 402 Harrison 

Ahern Dennis, r. 1208 Devisadero 

Ahern F., conductor Market St. RR. 

Ahern James, laborer, r. 868 Folsom 

Ahern James D., watchman, r. 1113 Bryant 

Ahern Jeremiah, teamster, r. 235 Oak 

Ahern John, laborer, r. 131 Valley 

Ahern John, laborer, r. 705 Front 

Ahern John M., r. 1305 Howard 

Ahern Kate, domestic, NE cor Folsom and Eleventh 

Ahern M. Mrs., bakery, 1820 Ellis 

Ahern Margaret, domestic, 1503 Golden Gate Av 

Ahern Mark, insurance agent, r. 1208 Devisadero 

Ahern Martin, salesman Drake & Emerson, r. 803 
Montgomery 

Ahern Mary, domestic, 1017 Polk 

Ahern Mary A. Miss, teacher Franklin Grammar 
School, r. 1305 Howard 

Ahern Maurice, piledriver, r. 15 Verona PI 

Ahern Maurice, watchman S. P. C. RR. Ferry Wharf, 
r. 12 Farren Av 

Ahern Michael, laborer, r. 2733 Pine 

Ahern Michael, laborer, r. 618 Sixth 

Ahern Michael, shoemaker, r. 1820 Ellis 

Ahern Patrick, deckhand S. F. and N. P. RR. stmr 
James M. Donahue 

Ahern Patrick, driver N. B. and M. RR., r. 3038M Six- 
teenth 

Ahern Patrick, tailor, r. 2021 Mission 

Ahern Patrick J., seaman, r. 20 Freelon 

Ahern Roger, carpenter Hibernia Brewery, r. 2824 
Harrison 

Ahern Timothv, conductor Market St. RR., r. 131 
Valley 

Ahearn Timothy, laborer, r. 125 Lily Av 

Ahern William, carpenter, r. 1046 Folsom 

Ahern William, longshoreman, r. 101 Jessie 

Ahern William J., salesman, r. 535 Minna 

e^ Ahern. See Ahearn 

Aherue Dennis, clerk, r. 419 Ivy Av 

Aherne M. Joseph, r. 570 Taylor 

Aherne Patrick, lamplighter, r. 419 Ivy Av 

Ahlbach Charles, stovemounter Schuster Bros., r. 77 
Brady 

Ahlbach Henry, porter Bachman Bros., r. 605 Willow 
Av 

Ahlbach Henry, bakery and confectionery, 1804 Polk 

Ahlbach Jacob, stoves and tinware, 231 Fourth, r. 
1506 Folsom 

Ahlberg Charles, seaman, r. 320 Drumm 

Ahlberg Oscar, tailor, r. 1 Delta PI 

Ahlborn August, cook Philadelphia House, r. 15 Ron- 
dell PI 

Ahlborn Charles (Ahlborn & Boeckmann) r. Ahlborn 
House 

Ahlborn Henry, expressman, r. 23 Johnson Av 

Ahlborn Honse, Ahlborn & Boeckmann proprie- 
tors . 319-323 Dupont 

Ahlborn William, watchman, r. 4 Preston PI 

Alilborn & Boeckmann (Charles Ahlborn and 
George Boeckmann) proprietors Ahlborn House, 
319-323 Dupont 

Ahlenfeld Morris D., news depot, 103)^ Fifth 

Ahlers George, liquor saloon, 229 Spear 

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AlilersHeinrich, teamstiT, r. 75 Everett 

Ahlers Richard, liquor saloou, 2'J« Pacific, r. 70i 
Battery 

Ablers William, groceries and liquors, SW cor Sixth 
auil Bryant, r. 114 Dore 

Ablers William, janitor State Investment Ins. Co., r. 
4 k' Glover 

l^r Ablers. See Alers 

Ablert Frederick, r. 31 Linden Av 

Ablert John, teamster, r. 31 Linden At 

Ahlert Joseph, plumber William F. Wilson, r. 31 
Linden Av 

Ahlert William, plumber H. Williamson, r. 327 Sutter 

Alil;;ren Cliiirles G. , proprietor Finland House 
and Coasting House, r. Sfi Folsom 

Ablstrom Peter F., en^'ineer, r. !<09 Harrison 

Abn Robert H. (Abn & West) r. 313 Bush 

Abn & West (Robert H. Abu and Albert A. West) 
je-welers, 313 Bush 

Ahnert August (A. Abnert * Co.) r. 314 Francisco 

Ahuert A. & Co. ( August Ahnert and Louis Stelnmil- 
ler) junk, 318 Francisco 

Ahpel Carl, treasurer N. B. and M. RR., and agent 
Hyman .Joseph e.state, 410 Montgomery, room 3, 
r. 615 Eddy 

Ahpel Henry C., clerk Sun Insurance Co., r. C15 Eddy 

Abrens Charles, r. 816 Filbert 

Abrens Charles A., conductor Sutter St. ER., r. 1202 
Sutter 

Abrens Charles F., cabinetmaker C. Klemm, r. 114M 
Morris Av 

Abrens Charles L., teamster, r. 150 Second 

Abrens Christian, watchmaker and jeweler, 616 Wash- 
ington 

Abrens r». & G. (Dledricb N. and George M. ) liquor 
saloons, SE cor Howard and Fremont and SW cor 
Mission and Main 

Abrens Diedrich N. (D. & G. Abrens) r. SW cor Mis- 
sion and Main 

Ahrens George, with Christian Abrens, r. 616 Wash- 
ington 

Abrens George M. (D. & G. Abrens) r. 201 Fremont 

Abrens Henry, waiter, r. 622 Minna 

Ahrens Henry, vice-president Chicago Brewing Co., 
r. 1432 Pine 

Abrens Henry F. C, conductor Geary St. RR.. r. 1921 
Sutter 

Ahrens Henry H., cooper David Woerner, r. W s Har- 
rison, bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth 

Ahrens Jacob H., liquor saloon, SW cor Commercial 
and Davis, r. Oakland 

Abrens Louis N., cigarmaker, r. 1512 Powell 

Abrens Nicholas H. M. (Abrens & Shattuck) r. 102 
Minna 

Ahrens Rudolph C, clerk D. R. Jurgens, r. 1119 
Twenty-first 

Ahrens Wilken, groceries and liquors, SW cor Six- 
teenth and Folsom 

Ahrens William F., shipping clerk Richards, Harri- 
son & Sherwood, r. 305 Capp 

Ahrens i Shattuck (Nicholas H. M. Ahrens and Or- 
vllle J. Shattuck) groceries and liquors, NW cor 
Second and Minna 

Ahumada Joseph M., real estate agent, office and r. 
235 Kearny 

Aibiscber Joseph, r. 2303 Taylor 

Aich Rudolph, gardener, r. 2926 Sacramento 

Aicher August, clerk, r. 1618 Stockton 

Aicber Frank, plumber, r. 1618 Stockton 

Aicher Kate, widow, r. 1618 Stockton 

Aicher Olga Miss, dressmaker, r. 1618 Stockton 

.\igeUinger Charles A., laborer, r. 1754 Ellis 

Aigeltinger E. & Co. (Edward Aigeltinger and 
Henry Christman) grain, wood and coal, 1758 
Ellis 

Aigeltinger Edward (E. Aigeltinger & Co.) r. 1754 
Ellis 

The Mutual Benefit. Life Ins. Co. 

NEWARK, NEW JERSEY. 
PREMIUMS REGeIvEdT $97,920,341 34. 

Preiuiams may be i>ai<l all oasb, or on (lie 

PKE3HV5I I.OAX SYSTE5I, as specially 

offered by this Company. 

JAMES MUNSELL Jr., Agent, 415 Monlg'y St. 



FRATINGER & CO. 

Fine Dressmaking. 

105 KEARNY STREET. 



Aigeltinger George, foreman Eugene J. Stoltz, r. 603 

Willow Av 
Aigeltinger Leopold, furrier, r. 840 Grove 
Aigeltinger Sophie, dressmaker, r. 1754 Ellis 
Aigner Lucas, tailor, r. 2 Hall PI 
Aiken Addie E., teacher Broadway Grammar School, 

r. 1109 Green 
Aiken Annie J., widow, r. 6.54 Willow Av 
Aiken Charles S., journalist Bulletin 
Aiken Edward L., dairyman, r. 957 HarriBon 
Aiken George, teamster, r. 632 Vallejo 
Aiken Henry M. (Aiken & Sawj'er) r. WsNoe.nr 

Twenty-fifth 
Aiken James, teamster William Kerr, r. 212 Vallejo 
Aiken John H. (Aiken & Kopp) r. NW cor Fifth and 

Folsom 
Aiken Lizzie Miss, r. 309 Powell 
Aiken Margery Miss, dressmaker, 233 Seventh 
Aiken Mary Miss, milliner, r. 654 Willow Av 
Aiken W. H., clerk, r. 326 Jessie 
Aiken William H., attorney at law, 509 Kearny, r.ll09 

Green 
Aiken & Kopp (John H. Aiken and Leonard Kopp) 

groceries and liquors, NW cor Fifth and Folsom 
Aiken & Sawyer (Henry M. Aiken and George W. 

Sawyer; wood and coal, 1052 Valencia 
t^ Aiken. See Aitken and Akin 
Aikman Alexander McD., pantryman, r. 905 Market 
Ainsley James, compositor, r. 19 Van Ness Av 
.\insley Matthew, longshoreman, r. 625 East 
B^" Ainsley. See luslee 
Ainslie Francis, collarmaker, r. 920 Harrison 
Ainslie Martin, r. 417 Powell 
Ainsworth A. G., clerk freight auditor's office C. P. 

RR., r. Oakland 
Ainsworth Emma C. Mrs., adjuster coiner's dept tJ. 

S. Mint, r. 324 Turk 
Ainsworth Francis Miss, nurse Infants Shelter, 512 

Minna 
Ainsworth Frederick W. 

k Co., r. 1527 Sutter 
Ainsworth George J., capitalist, 230 Montgomery, 

room 1, r. Oakland 
Ainsworth Sarah, widow, r. 2929 Sacramento 
Ainsworth William, cigars and tobacco, 650 Fourth, 

r. 620 Fourth 
Airaldi August, r. 914 Broadway 
Airaldi Louis, captain Mexican gunship Juarez, r.9I4 

Broadway 
Aird David, blacksmith, r. 562 Bryant 
Aird James C. , blacksmith Cal. Machine Works, r. 

562 Bryant 
Airey H. J., proptr Webster Market, SE cor Jackson 

and Webster 
Airey R. J., butcher H. J. Airey, r. SE cor Jackson 

and Webster 
Aisawa T.. embroiderer Icbi Ban 
Aitchison John, carpenter, r. 1040 Army 
Aitken Albert E., special police, r. 1010 Pacific 
Aitken Edwin J., clerk, r. 1511 Broadway 
Aitken Charles, r. 1511 Broadway 
Aitken Charles H., engineer Market St. RR., r. 8 Rose 

Av 
Aitken-Eggert Mrs., medium and magnetic healer, r. 

8 Rose Av 
Aitken Eugene T., machinist Joshua Hendy, r. 1511 

Broadway 
Aitken J. A., carrier Guide, r. 24 Lapidge 
Aitken James (Moynihan & Aitken) r. 217 Devisadero 
Aitken James, policeman, r. 1934 Folsom 
Aitken James C, machinist Cyclops Machine Works, 

r. Berkeley 
Aitken John R,, r. 24 Lapidge 
Aitken Robert, broker, r. 923 McAllister 
Aitken S. Mrs., widow, r. NW cor Capp and Twenty- 
fifth 
Aitken Samuel, machinist, r. NWcor Capp andTwen- 

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Pipe Fittingii. all Sizes. 

309, 311, 313, 315 and 317 MARKET STREET 

Aitken William, drayman Newell & Bro., r. 1511 

Broadway 
Aitkeu William, teamster, r. 1225 Union 
l^"Aitken. See Aiken 

Ajax Heaving Down Htilk Assn, J. N. Knowles presi- 
dent, Henry Cottrell secretary, 28 California 
Akel Allis, r. 45 Ecker 
Aker Christian, baker, r. 10 M Rausch 
Akerly Benjamin M., clerk Liverpool and London and 

Globe Ins. Co., r. Oakland 
Akerly Morris K., bookkeeper Gilman, Walker & Co.. 

r. Oakland 
Akerman Benjamin J., deputy U. S. Marshal, r. 403 

Ellis 
Akerman William H., bartender, r. Ill Fourth 
Akeroyd James, laborer Mission Woolen Mills, r. 

60*8}^ Fourth 
Akers Harry, teamster Teele & Scott, r. 1210 Laurel 

Av, bet Buchanan and Webster 
Akin William A., carpenter, r. 26 Turk 
Akins Andrew, stevedore, r. 11 Pacific 
Akius William, porter, r. 435 Stevenson 
Akins Willard H., clerk J. H. Cain & Co., r. 1111 Mc- 

Allistsr 
Akmann Charles, clerk Meyer & Akmann, r. 1216 

Seventeenth 
Akmann William (Meyer & Akmann) r. 1216 Seven- 
teenth 
Alada Frank, captain schr Lizzie T. Adams 
Alameda Ferry, foot Market 

Alanieda, Oakland and Bei-Ueley Direc- 
tory, L. M. McKenney & Co. publishers, 518 Clay 
Alameda Real Estate Associates, James E. Damon 

manager, 436 Montgomery 
AlanieAa Transfer Co., Sharpe & Ernest pro- 

prietors, SE cor Market and Steuart 
Alaska Commercial Co., Lewis Gerstle presi- 
dent, Emanuel Neumann secretary, 310 Sansome 
Alaska House, Margareta Zuber proptr, 625 Pacific 
Alaska Marble Co., James M. Wilde secretary, office 

405 Front, room 5 
Alaska Mill and Mining Co. (Alaska; 306 Pine 
Alaska Mining Co. (Sierra Co., Cal.) A. Judson 

secretary, office 320 Sansome, room 52 
Alaska Salmon Packing and Fur Co., David 

Wilder secretary, 328 Montgomery, room 21 
Alatorre Guillermo Z., barber H. H. Creighton, r. 523 

Kearny 
Alban William J., driver Sutter St. RR., r. 1506 Cali- 
fornia 
Albaneze Pietro, fisherman, r. 629 Davis 
Albany Brewing Co., Frederick Hagemann Jr. 
president, John Alschaertzer vice-president, 
Michael B. Sweeny secretary, 71-75 Everett 
Albee Anna, domestic, 2609 Fillmore 
Albee Charles, driver Engine No. 10, S. F. F. D. 
Albemarle House, Mrs. Mary F. Collins proptr, 8 

Mason 
Alben Ellen Mrs., liquor saloon, NW cor Twenty- 
second and Potrero Av 
Alben Louis, bartender, r. NW cor Twenty-second and 

Potrero Av 
Alber John, bartender, r. 915 Union 
Alberga Gjeorge B., porter John Stable, r. 24 John 
Alberfrihinski Edward, barber A. Fischer 
Alberigi Demetrio (Alberigi & Franceschi) r. 313 

Broadway 
Alberigi Olinto, laborer, r. 313 Broadway 
Alberigi & Franceschi (Demetrio Alberigi and Nicho- 
las Franceschi) wood and coal, 313 Broadway 
Albero Charles, r. 114 Fourth 
Albers August (Albers & Schmidt) r. Alameda 
Albers Henry, with Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 212 Lin- 
coln 
Albers Hermann, teamster, N s St. Rose, bet Ferry 

and Cook 
Albers Marcus, groceries and liquors, 335 Fourth 
Albers Rosa Mrs., r. 364 Clementina 



Albers & Schmidt (August Albers and Henry Schmidt) 
oyster saloon, .50-52 California Market 

8^ Albers. See Alpers 

Albert Faller, teacher music, r. 405 O'Farrell 

Albert Henry, French Ben. Soc. 

Albert James E., clerk Lincoln, Parkin & Co., r. 244 
Chattanooga 

Albert Lewis (Lewis & Co.) r. 613 Pine 

Albert Lewis I., clerk Lewis & Co., r. 112 Fourth 

Albert Louis, liquor dealer, r. 907 H Mission 

Alberti Antonio, pianotuner Sherman, Clay & Co., r. 
913 Filbert 

Alberti Francisco, pianotuner, r. 804 Vallejo 

Alberti Gerolimo, gardener, cor First Avand Califor- 
nia 

Alberti George W., compositor Bulletin, r. NE cor 
Market and Castro 

Alberts Dello, r. 420 Ellis 

Alberts Harry, seaman, r. South Pacific House 

Albertson Bailey, carpenter, r. 811 Mission 

Albertson Bushrod K., foreman John Center, r. 416 
Shotwell 

Albertson Henry, seaman ^chr Electra, r. 238 Steuart 

Albertson Joseph A., physician, office and r. Ill Pow- 
ell 

Albertt Vincent, seaman, r. 894 Front 

Albin Louis, bartender, r. Twenty-second, nr County 
Hospital 

Albinson Albert, steward Nelson Bros., r. 2018 Mission 

Albion Brewery, J. H. Burnell & Bro. proptrs, Corea, 
bet Santee and Penobscot, office 519 Sacramento 

Albion Consolidated Mining Co. (Eureka, 
Nev.) A. W. Havens secretary, 23 Nevada Block 

Albion Pottery (Autioch, Cal.) W. S. Ray & Co. 
proprietors, 12-14 Market 

Albora Luigi, candy and toys, 300 Montgomery Av, r. 
627 Green 

Alborelli Antonio, upholsterer, r. 1204}^ Larkin 

Albrecht Albert (Albrecht & Waters) r. 828 Valencia 

Albrecht August (Schroder, Albrecht & Co.) r. Oak- 
land 

Albrecht Ernest, laborer, r. 52 Natoma 

Albrecht Frederick, opaque artist G.W. Clark & Co.,r. 
5 Washington 

Albrecht Frederick (Wagner & Albrecht) r. 10 Cen- 
tral PI 

Albrecht George, blacksmith C. Herold, r. 5Uii Ninth 

Albrecht George, waiter, r. 528 Bush 

Albrecht James, brewer, r. 100 Tehama 

Albrecht John, laborer, r. 109 Germania 

Albrecht John, stonemason, r. 730 Fourth 

Albrecht John, tailor, 528 Bush 

Albrecht Joseph Jr., bookkeeper, r. 337^ Folsom 

Albrecht Laura, widow, r. 928 Fillmore 

Albrecht M., seaman stmr Mexico 

Albrecht Mary Mrs., r. 2719 Bush 

Albrecht Mitchell, cardriver, r. 2 Hubbard 

Albrecht Reinhold, barber Henri Sommer, r. 10 Cen- 
tral PI 

Albrecht Rudolph, bookkeeper Cal. Sugar Refinerj', 
r. 634 Twenty-second 

Albrecht & Waters (Albert Albrecht and Alexander 
Waters) -hardware, 1049 Market 

Albright George W., chief clerk U. S. Quartermaster's 
Dept, 36 New Montgomery, r. East Oakland 

Albright John T., clerk Hawley Bros. Hardware Co., 
r. Oakland 

Albright Thomas, housemover J. S. Stratton, r. 134 
Fourth 

Albritz Henry C, laundryman S. F. Laundry, r. 1519 
Eddy 

Albritz Theodore J., painter, r. 1413 Sacramento 

Alcaraz George, laborer, r. 722 Broadway 

Alcaraz Jacob, laborer, r. 722 Broadway 

Alcayaga Jose, groceries, liquors and restaurant, 522- 
524 Broadway 

Alcayaga Jose A., clerk Bellingall & Miller, r. 524 
Bro adway 

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415 SUTTER STREET. 415 



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AJcavaga V., steerage steward stinr Saiita Rosa 
Alcorn John, salesman O'Connor, Moflatt & Co., r. 

206 Powell 
Alcott Edward, farmer. Ocean House Road 
AJcott William H.. teamster J. Schwegerle & Co., r. 

549 Fourth 
Alden Benjamin F., peddler, r. 633 Jessie 
AUlen Frank W., asst operator Jones & Lotz, r. 2112 

Steiner 
Alden George H., conductor N. B. and M. RR., r. 909 

Shotwell 
Aldeu Samuel B., policeman, r. 4 Bernard 
Alden Samuel B. Jr., special policeman, r. i Bernard 
Alden AVilllani H^ shoe machinery, 517 Market, 

r. Alameda 
Alder James, cook, r. 812 Kearny 
Alder Robert, mechanic, r. ■4.3.5 Golden Gate Av 
Alderetti Salvador, r. N s Vallejo, bet Stockton and 

Powell 
Alderman William A., farmer, r. 404 Tehama 
Aldersay Ellen, widow, teacher, r. 2428 Buchanan 
Alderson Annie Mrs., r. 2(56^ Haight 
Alderson David H., wharfinger Market St. Wharf, r. 

1050 Mission 
Alderson Fred L., with Huntington, Hopkins & Co., r. 

2509 Washington 
Aldiue House, Mrs. J. J. Walworth proptr, 404 Turk 
Aldis Edward, shoemaker Kast & Co., r. Cakland 
Aldred Robert, laborer, r. 54 First 
Aldrich B. L., r. 331 Bartlett 
Aldrich Elsie E., clerk W. U. Tel. Co.. r. Oakland 
Aldrich George C, upholsterer, 308 Minna 
Aldrich Henry A., r. 838 Market 
Aldrich Hugh S., porter Livingston & Co., r. 931 

Chestnut 
Aldrich James H., telegraph operator, r. 1224 Union 
Aldrich Louis, attorney at law, r. 1026 Jackson 
Aldrich Lucius M., r. 256 Third 
Aldrich Stuart, clerk, r. 1026 Jackson 
Aldrich William A., capitalist, office 314 California, r. 

2618 Pacific Av 
Aldrich William F., shipping clerk Parke & Lacy, r. 

1026 Jackson 
Aldridge Charles C, clerk Le Count Bros., r. 505 Jones 
Aldridge Charles M., barber B. Bernhard, r. 503 Jones 
Aldridt'e De Witt C, carpenter, r. 505 Jones 
Aldridge Jeptha W., student, r. 2107 Bush 
Aldridge John, teamster, r. 17 Rincon PI 
Aldt William, waiter stmr Eureka. 
Alduk Matteo, cook, r. 420 Jackson 
Aleniaiiy Joseph S », Most Rev. Archbishop of 

San Francisco (resigned) r. 628 California 
Alers P. F. Auguste, physician, ofllce and r. 10 Ellis 
1^" Alers. See Ahlers 

Alex Joseph F., restaurant, 1403 Stockton, r. 1131 Mc- 
Allister 

Alexander Abraham, r. 27 South Park 
Alexander Adolph, tailor, 211 O'Farrell 
Alexander Albert (Alexander Bros.) r. London, Eng. 
Alexander Andrew, mate schr Viking, r. 409 Drumm 
Alexander Andrew, ship carpenter, r. 4 Rincon Av 
Alexander Andrew McC, sheepraiser. r. 109k' Ellis 
Alexander Archibald McI. , millhand Nathaniel W. 

Cole, r. 2205 Pine 
Alexander Benjamin, asst bookkeeper Liebes Bros. & 

Co., r. 1655 Mission 
Alexander Benjamin, salesman Friedlander & Koch, 

r. 1026 Folsom 
Alexander Brothers (-Tosiah and Albert) grain com- 
mission merchants, 408 California, room 5 
Alexander C. Mrs., r. 522 Folsom 
Alexander Charles, cigars and tobacco, 975 Market, 

r. 501 Jessie 
Alexander Charles M., crockery and tinware, 519 

Taylor 

Alexander Charles O. (O. Alexander & Son! r. Oakland 
Alexander C. M., salesman Whittier, Fuller & Co., r. 

Alameda 



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OK NEW JERSEY. 

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with beddlnj: and pillows all In place. Made in thirty styles, 
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Alexander David, tobacco commission, office 210 

Montgomery, r. 313 Taylor 
Alexander David G., clerk Welch & Co., r. Alameda 
Alexander E. C, compositor Chronicle, r. 403 Bryant 
.\lexander Elizaljeth, widow, r. 505 Gough 
.\lexander Ernest, plumber W. D. Hobro, r. 621 Bush 
Alexander E.sther Miss, crayon artist, 500 Eddy 
Alexander Exgene, clerk J. D. Redding, r. 34 Golden 

Gate Av 
Alexander Ezekiel, captain stmr Queen of the Pacific 
Alexander Frank, engineer, r. 55 Minna 
Alexander Frank .\., engineer, r. 30 Page 
Alexander Gantio, machinist, r. 1921 Polk 
Alexander George M., salesman Isaac Abrams, r. 321 

Taylor 
Alexander George W. (Osborn & Alexander) r. 2432 

Pine 
Alexander Goodman, glazier, r. 247}^ Clara 
Alexander H. Mrs., r. 625 Geary 
Alexander Harry, foreman factory W. Cohen & Co., r. 

1309 Howard 
Alexander Henry, artist. 31 Post, r. 1309 Howard 
Alexander H. H., clerk J. J. O'Brien & Co., r. 34 Gold- 
en Gate Av 
Alexander Isaac, boots and shoes, 410 Pacific 
Alexander Isham E., carpenter and builder, 616 Cali- 
fornia, r. 534 Bush 
Alexander Jacob A., hides, 75 Oregon, r. 2513 Clay 
Alexander James, commission merchant, 628-530 
• Market, r. 1309 Howard 
Alexander James, laborer, r. 1217 Twenty-sixth 
Alexander James, wood dealer, Ss Berry, nr Third, 

r. 434M Sixth 
Alexander Janet, widow, r. 2205 Pine 
Alexander John, laborer, r. .548 Bryant 
Alexander John E., shipwright, r. 1806 Golden Gate 

Av 
Alexander John E. Jr., bookkeeper R. S. Alexander, r. 

1806 Golden Gate Av 
Alexander Joseph, salesman Neubuger, Reiss & Co., 

r. 617 Green 
Alexander Joseph, stock clerk S. O. Alexander & Co., 

r. 1102 Van Xess .Av 
Alexander Joseph D., r. 1016 Green 
Alexander Josiah (.Alexander Bros.) r. London, Eng. 
.Alexander Julius, clerk, r. 147 Hunt 
Alexander Julius, plumber, r. 1655 Mission 
.Alexander Leo A., stationer, 202 Bush, r. 1026 Fol- 
som 
Alexander Louis L., salesman Raphael Weill & Co., r. 

621 Bush 
.Alexander M. (E. G. Lyons & Co.) r. 1513 Powell 
Alexander Mandel, shoemaker, r. 720 Lagiina 
.\lexander Michael, stenographer, r. 1026 Folsom 
Alexander O. <^ Son. (Orlando and Charles O.) 

commission merchants and merchandise brokers, 

121 California 
Alexander Orlando (O. -Alexander & Son) r. Oakland 
Alexander Oscar, clerk S. O. Alexander S: Co., r. 1102 

Van Ness Av 
Alexander Ph., r. 915 Market 
Alexander Philip, r. 1715 Mission 
Alexander Philip, fancy goods, 1655 Mission 
Alexander Philip, clerk Simon C. Lubin, r. 500 Eddy 
Alexander R. Mrs., private boarding, 500 Eddy 
Alexander Rebecca Miss, asst West Mission Primary 

School, r. 625 Geary 
Alexander Reuben F., carpenter, r. W sMcClellan, nr 

Cortland Av, B. H. 
Alexander Richard, molder, r. 414 Folsom 
Alexander Richard S., shipwright, 223 Drumm, r.l806 

Golden Gate Av 
Alexander Robert, seaman, r. SE cor St. Thomas and 

Savannah 
Alexander Robert J., bookkeeper Eagleson & Co., r. 

515 O'Farrell 
Alexander S. Mrs., cloak and dressmaker, r.34 Golden 

Gate Av 



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309, 311, 313, 315 and 317 MARKET STREET. 



Alexander S. A. Mrs., restaurant, 238 Ellis 

Alexander Samuel, r. 1026 Folsom 

Alexander SamuelJ., paper carrier, r. Ws McClellan, 

nr Cortland Av, B. H. 
AlexanderSamuelO. (S. O. Alexander & Co.) r. 1102 

Van Ness Av 
Alexander Sarah Miss, dressmaker, r. 1304 Folsom 
Alexander Simon, clothing, r. 1309 Howard 
Alexander S. O. & Co. ^Samuel O. Alexander and 

Abram Marcus) mnfrs clothing, 2 Battery 
Alexander Theodore, salesman W. & E. Harris, r. 621 

Bush 
Alexander Wallace, bookkeeper Hanson & Co.,r. 1016 

Green 
Alexander William, clerk J. H. Sayre, r. 2205 Pine 
Alexander William F., painter, r. N s Filbert, bet 

Steiner and Pierce 
Alexander William H. , porter, r. 919 Pacific 
Alexander William T., mining, r. 476 Jessie 
Alexis Frank, gardener, NW cor Powell and Califor- 
nia 
Alexine E. P., r. 1610 Stockton 
Alferitz Peier (Dellepiane & Co.) and groceries and 

liquors, 521 Montgomery Av, r. 620 Green 
Alford Edmond K., policeman, r. 1111 Folsom 
Alford William, agent Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Ma- 
chine Co., r. 2210 Webster 
Alfred Amos, lumberman, r. 72 Jessie 
Alfred John N., compositor, r. 1105 Powell 
Alfred J. W., waiter stmr City of Stockton 
Alfred Lizzie, operator Neville & Co., r. 3 Boston PI 
Alfred Kose, widow, r. 3 Boston PI 
Alfred Thomas, collector, r. 3 Boston PI 
Alfs Carl, clerk, r. NW cor Sutter and Lyon 
Alfs Frank J., jewelry boxmaker A. H. Lochbaum, r. 

9 Bernard 
Alfs William H. A. ;Naber, Alfs&Brune)r. 110 Lily Av 
Algeo James, shoemaker, r. 946 Harrison 
Algren Charles, cook, r, 3 Chatham PI 
Alhambra Building, 319 Bush 

Alhambra Consolidated Mining Co. (San Bernardino 
Co., Cal.) B.W. Heath secretary, 318 Pine. rooml7 
Alison Charles, engineer, r. 2130 Mission 
Alison Charles, port captain John Eosenfeld, r. 210 

Seventh 
Alison Charles N., brassfinisher W. T. Garratt, r. 138 

Fremont 
Alison Clarence, machinist, r. 210 Seventh 
Alison D. C, miner, r. Capitol House 
Alison Rufus B., second assistant engineer stmr 

Eureka, r. 210 Seventh 
Alison William H., first assistant engineer stmr 

Queen of the Pacific, r. 210 Seventh 
B^" Alison. See Allison 
Alixon Charles, laborer, r. 1317 Sansome 
Alkan Henry, salesman Greenzweig & Lyons, r. 1840 

Sutter 
Alkins William H., insurance agent, r. 705 Post 
Alkus Emil, boots and shoes, 122 Sixth, r. 17 Fulton 
AUadio Pietro, waiter Campi's Restaurant, r. 2 Sonora 
Allan George, millwright Joseph Wagner & Co., r. 

Alameda 
Allan Robert, musician, r. 2731 Folsom 
Allan Robert I., foreman factory Cal. Barrel Co., r. 

506 Seventh 
Allard Dello, driver H. G.Wilson, r. San Bruno Road, 

nr Twenty-ninth 
Allardt George F., civil engineer, 418 California, 

r. Oakland 
Allardyce Alexander, r. 1506 Leavenworth 
Allnri Carrie Miss, saleslady, r. 513 Geary 
Allari Joseph, trif)e, etc., 55-56 California Market, r. 

513 Geary 
Allari Louis, butcher, r. 513 Geary 
Allchin Thomas, teamster, r. 403 Fourth 
AUdack Joseph (Halsted & AlUlack) and coal and 
grain, S s Bush, bet Devisadero and Broderick, r. 
1729 Devisadero 



AUec John, milker George C. Smart, r. W s Old San 

Jose Road, nr Industrial School 
AUec Jules, French Ben. Soc. 

Allee Daniel, clerk Simpson & Millar, r. 812 J^ Jessie 
AUeguede Auguste, leather dresser D. Legallet, r. 

N s Venezuela, bet Tombigbee and Potomac 
AUegretti Ignazio, confectioner, 501 Sutter, 343 Kearny 

and 107 Post, r. 505 Powell 
AUeman Alphonse, attorney at law, r. 1004 Powell 
AUemand Pierre, French Ben. Soc. 
Allemania Insurance Co., Hutchinson &Manu agents, 

322-324 California 
Allen Addison F., salesman S. F. Brass Works, r. lljj 

Antonio 
Allen Albert, waiter, r. 675 Mission 
Allen Albert J., superintendent stables Market St. 

RR.. r. 331 Guerrero 
Allen Alexander, watchman, r. 514 Shotwell 
Allen Alexander W., clerk Edward T. Allen, r. 514 

Shotwell 
Allen Alfred D., mining, r. 1218 Laguna 
Allen Alfred D. Jr., clerk A. L. Bancroft & Co., r. 

1218 Laguna 
Allen Alonzo W., patternmaker, r. 1031 Capp 
Allen Anthonv, laborer, r. 71 Water 
Allen Austin S., inspector G. P. RR., r. 426 Second 
Allen Benjamin, steward, r. 225M O'Farrell 
Allen C, printer, r. Branch House 
Allen Carrie, widow, r. 630 Minna ; 

Allen Charles, fireman S. F, Pioneer Woolen Factory,' 

r. Lombard, bet Polk and Van Ness Av 
Allen Charles D., r. 2500 Washington 
Allen Charles E., r. Buss House 
Allen Charles E., commission merchant, 202 Market, 

room 6, r. East Oakland 
Allen Charles F., mining engineer, r. Occidental Hotel 






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coal and pig iron, 118-120 
Oakland 

Allen Charlotte Mrs., furnished rooms, 1516 Buchanan 
Allen Clarence M., student Globe Business College, r. 

640 Clay 
Allen C. J. Mrs., r. 331 Geary 
Allen David H., real estate broker, 812 Pine, r. 711 

Jones 
Allen D. M. Mrs., dressmaking, 225 J^ O'Farrell 
Allen Declan (Garrick & Allen) r. 10 Langton 
Allen E., boatswain stmr Mexico 
Allen E. A., boarding and lodging, 1070 Howard 
Allen Edgar L., secretary Redwood Mnfrs Assn, 18 

Market, r. 600 Bush 
Allen Edward S. J., professor St. Ignatius College, 214 

Haves 
Allen Ed-\vard T., manufacturers agent hard' 
ware, cutlery and firearms, 416 Market, r. 2204 
Jackson 
Allen Elsie H. Miss, r. 739 Ellis 
Allen Ethan, clerk, r. 1207 Union 
Allen E. S. Mrs., proptr Heath House, 312 Eddy 
Allen Eugene C, conductor McAllister St 

Devisadero 
Allen Francis, laborer, r. 315 Bryant, rear 
Allen Frank A., harnessmaker L. D. Stone & Co., r. 

1126 Market 
Allen Frank, gripman Market St. RR, r. Cable House 
Allen Frank H. (Allen, Tuggle h Co.) r. 614 Mason 
Allen Franklin F., real estate, r. 10 Polk Lane 
Allen Frederick, clerk De Lay Bros., r. 914 Valencia 
Allen Frederick, collector Wolfe & Son, r. 427 Eddy 
Allen Frederick M., clerk Portland Lodging House, r. 

807 Kearny 
Allen G., clerk Keane Bros., r. 208 Ellis 
Allen George, carpenter, 519 Post 
Allen George, expressman, r. 524 Eighteenth 
Allen George P., boilermaker, r. 3053 Sixteenth 
Allen George P., physician, oflftce 26 ;<^ Kearny, r. 509 
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kllen George W., conductor N. B. and M. RR., r. 1018 

Treat Av 

Jlen GeorRe W., foreman A. Schilling & Co., r. 1706 
Fillmore 
ien Gilbert P., seaman, r. 629 Second 
lUen Hammer, druggist, r. 435 Pine 
Jlen Harry M.. barber, r. 445 Clementina 
Jlen Hattie Miss, dressmaker, r. 2300 Mission 
en Henry F., with Allen & Lewis, r. Ross Valley, 
Marin Co. 
Jlen Henry, r. 610 Pine 
en Henry H., capitalist, 318 Pine, rooms 16-17 
en Homer v., janitor, r. 5'2ti Kearny 

clerk Smith's Cash Store, r. Oak- 



Jlen Howard M. 

land 
Jlen Hugh, gardener, r. 
Jlen Isaac, compositor. 



930 McAllister 
r. 118 Eddy 
Jlen Isaac, shoemaker Joseph M. Clark 
Jlen Isaac P., exchange clerk Bank of California, r. 

Alameda 

Jlen Isaac P., ship carpenter, r. 126 Perry 
Jlen Isaac S., superintendent Spring Valley W. W. 

Co's Yard, r. 1028 Pine 
.Hen Jacob O., miner, r. 1207 Union 
Jlen James, aest engineer stmr Empire, r. 18 Ridley 
.lien James, bartender P. Dorcy, r. 20 Stockton 
.Hen James, clerk, r. 937 Market 
ilen James, carriage painter Jerry Lowney & Son, r. 

38 Langton 
Jlen James, expressman, r. 1918 Pacific Av 
Jlen James, janitor Olympic Club, r. 807 Kearny 
Jlen James, longshoreman, r. 125 Clinton 
Jlen James, mnl'r toilet articles, 726 Bay 
.Hen James, si)inner S. F. Pioneer Woolen Factory, 

r. 801 Bay 
Jlen James, tailor, r. 444 Jessie 
Jlen James B. , compositor Chronicle, r. 118 Fell 
Jlen James B. (James B. Allen & Co.) r. 207 Fell 
Jlen James B. & Co. (James B. Allen) hat mnfrs, 357 

Tehama 
.Uen James G., captain schr Emma rtter, r. 224 

Twenty-third 
Llleii James G., manufacturers' agent, 507 Cali- 
fornia, r. Oakland 
Jlen James M. (Newlands k Allen) attorney at law, 
426 California, room 2, r. SE cor Green and Bu- 
chanan 
Alen James M., laborer Custom House, r. 415 Steven- 
son 

Jlen James W., brakeman S. P. RR., r. 626 Fourth 
Jlen Jane, widow, r. 804 Bay 
Jlen Jerome A., clerk Keane Bros., r. Alameda 
Jlen John, r. 24 Julian Av 

Hen John, bartender Patrick Connolly, r. 622 Fourth 
lien John, carpenter, r. 547 Mission 
Jlen John, drayman, r. 1207 Montjromery 
Jlen John, porter, r. S s Twentieth, nr Sanchez 
Jlen John, metalroofer, r. 315 Bryant, rear 
Jlen John, seaman, r. 210 Drumm 
lien John, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Jlen John, tailor John Kavanagh, r. 1315 Broadway 
Jlen John, teacher music, r. 116 Ellis 
Hen John Jr., cabinetmaker, r. 116 Ellis 
Hen John Jr., laborer, r. 315 Bryant, rear 
Jlen John A., paperhanger. r. 865)^ Market 
lien John de 'W., r. 570 Harrison 
Jlen John E., machinist, r. 34 Hawthorne 
Hen John F., collector, r. Valencia, bet Twenty- 
eighth and Twenty-ninth 
Jlen John G., stenographer, 67 Nevada Block, r. 1017 

Lombard 

Jlen John J., policeman, r. 1218 Laguna 
Hen John S., laborer, r. 1339 Dupont 
Hen John W., coachman, r. 427 Cedar Av 
Jlen Katie, widow, r. 528 Folsom 
illen Kate Miss, hosiery dept S. F. Pioneer Woolen 

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lUenL., conductor, r. 701 Devisadero 

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Allen Laura T. Mrs. (Allen & Hay) r. East Oakland 

Allen Lizzie A. Mrs., r. 321 Eddy 

Allen Lizzie H., widow, r. 511 Gough 

Allen Lorenzo D., r. 32 Wildey 

Allen Lorenzo D. Mrs., teacher music. r. 32 Wildey 

Allen Lorenzo H., clam dealer, r. 10 Alaska PI 

Allen Lottie Miss, actress Vienna Gardens 

Allen L. S. Mrs., dressmaker, 1005 Valencia 

Allen Lucius H. (Allen & Lewis) r. 570 Harrison 

Allen Lumber S., ship builder, 103 Steuart, r. 1005 

Valencia 
Allen M., laborer P. M. SS. Co's Wharf 
Allen M. Mrs., janitor Clement Grammar School, r. 

633 Geary 
Allen Mace, r. 333 Fifth 
Allen Maggie Miss, r. 666 Harrison 
Allen Margaret, widow, r. 2300 Mission 
Allen Mary G. Mrs., dressmaking, 208 Ellis 
Allen Michael, hostler A. DeTavel, r. 811 Howard 
Allen N., laborer, r. What Cheer House 
Allen Nicholas, woodturner, r. 1315 Broadway 
Allen Oliver P., clerk Anglo-Californian Bank, r. 308 

Eighteenth 
Allen, Parsons & Co. (W. C. Allen, E. R. Parsons and 

A. K. Miller) real estate agents, 632 Market 
AUenPeleg C , roofer, r. 863H Market 
Allen Reece B., coUector Sherman, Clay k Co., r. 

Alameda 
Allen Richard, laborer, r. 14}^ Ritch 
Allen Richard K., special agent Northwestern Mutual 

Life Ins. Co., 215 Sansome, room 1, r. Oakland 
Allen Richard J. Jr., r. Occidental Hotel 
Allen Richard S., clerk, r. 331 Guerrero 
Allen Robert, musician, r. 2731 Folsom 
Allen Robert E., compositor, r. 2517 Bush 
Allen Robert I. , machini.<it, r. 326 Seventh 
Allen S., carpenter, r. 2403 Mission 
Allen Samuel, lardmaker, r. Fillmore, bet Chestnut 

and Francisco 
Allen Samuel J., bookkeeper Frank Barnard & Co., r. 

418 Minna 
Allen S. K. Mrs.,r. 236 Taylor 
Allen Stephen B., sparmaker, r. 720M Bryant 
Allen Susan, widow, r. 1706 Fillmore 
Allen Theodore H. (Allen & Young) r. Lick House 
Allen Thomas, boot and shoemaker, r. 466 Tehama 
Allen Thomas, laborer, r. 41 Minna 
Allen Thomas, mining, r. 466 Tehama 
Allen Thomas J., clerk P. M. SS.. r. Oakland 
Allen Thomas S., shipwright, r. 208 Eighteenth 
Allen Thomas W., gasfitter, r. 715 Howard 

ALLEN, TOGGLE & CO. 

(Frank H. Allen and Saninei P. Tng- 
gle) liardwood laniber, cabinet -^voods, 
sliip plank and >vag'on materials, 18- 
20 Spear 

Allen Walter C, clerk M. Heller & Bros., r. 321 Eddy 
Allen William, engineer stmr Oceanic, r. 213 Harrison 
Allen William, expressman, SW cor Clay and Polk, r. 

1918 Van Ness Av • 
Allen William, expressman, cor Sutter and Polk, r. 

2213 Pine 
Allen William, plumber, r. 1207 Montgomery 
Allen William, seaman, r.NWcor Mission and Steuart 
Allen William, seaman, r. 100',' Jackson 
Allen William A., purser stmr City of Stockton, r. 

2230 Howard 
Allen William B., journalist Bulletin, r. 534 Bush 
Allen William C, clerk Greensfelder & Co., r. 313 

Leavenworth 
Allen William H. 
Allen William H. 

Leavenworth 
Allen William H., mining secretary, r. 729 Haight 
Allen William J., fireman S. P. RR., r. 24 Julian Av 
Allen William McC, fireman S. F. Pioneer Woolen 

Factory, r. N s Lombard,bet Polk and Van Nees .Av 



r. 410 Leavenworth 
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Allen William H. McC. Jr., engineer S. F. Pioneer 
Woolen Factory, r. N s Lombard, bet Polk and 

Van Ness Av 

ALLEN WILLIAM R. m^porter 

Ii-on pipe aud plumbers' materials, 
4:14 aiarket, r. 513 Webster 

Allen William W., attorney at law, 230 Montgomery, 

room 21, r. Oakland 
Allen Willis C. (Allen, Parsons & Co.) r. 509 JoneB 
Allen W. T., traveling passenger agent Chicago, 

Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway, 138 Montgomery, 

r. 104 Taylor 
Allen & Hay (Mrs. Laura T. Allen and Mrs. Mary Hay) 

photographers, 342 Kearny 
Allen & Liewis (Lucius H. Allen and C. H. Lewis) 

commission merchants (Portland, Or.) office 202 

California 
Allen & Young (Theo. H. Allen and Thomas Young) 

stevedores, 1026 Battery 
B^" Allen. See Allan 
Allenberg Clxarles, bookkeeper B. Dreyfus & Co. 

and secretary Altoona Quicksilver Mining Co., 

and Brandy City Mining Co., office 630 Brannan, 

r. 507 Golden Gate Av 
Allenberg Leopold, clerk, r. 507 Golden Gate Av 
AUendorf Henry, steward, r. 11 Pacific 
AUeq Eugene, wholesale sheep butcher, 320 Sansome, 

room 11, r. San Jose 
Alley Benjamin F., historian, r. 722 Harrison 
Alley Henry L., insurance agent, r. 1126 Market 
Alley Mary Mrs., r. 439 Eddy 
Alley William H.. stevedore, r. 224 Greenwich 
BS" Alley. See Allee 

Allgern Augustus, cook Henry Grimm, r. 2623 Sutter 
Alliance Marine Assurance Co. (limited, of 

London) Pariott & Co. agents, 306 California 
AUiare John, seaman, r. 1 Eincon Av 
AUione Charles, electrotyper Filmer & Stiller, r. 23 

Stockton PI 
Allione Frank, restaurant, 87-88 Centre Market, r. 23 

Stockton PI 
Allione Henry, bartender A. Lopresti, r.l908}^ Powell 
Allis Edward P. (Edward P. Allis & Co.) r.Milwaukee, 

Wis. 
Allis Edward P. Hi Co. (Edward P. Allis, John 

R. Cross and Alonzo Hallett) flour mill builders, 

SW cor Mission and First 
Allis Watson C, clerk Fairbanks & Hutchinson, r. 

438)^ Natoma 
Allison Charles, laborer P. M. SS. Co's Wharf 
Allison Charles, carpenter, r. 702 Harrison 
Allison Daniel, laborer Pioneer White Lead and Color 

Works, r. 765}^ Howard 
Allison David E. (Littlefield, Allison & Co.) r. 1250 

California 
Allison Edmund, r. S s Filbert, nr Steiner 
Allison Edwin C, laborer, r. 15 Pixley 
Allison EmmaMiss, furnished rooms, 821 Bash 
Allison Frank J., salesman Jjouis Braverman & Co., 

r. 601 Stockton 
Allison George (Mcllwain. Allison & Co.; r. 159 

Shipley 
Allison George I., laborer, r. 327 Montgomery Av 
Allison Henry H., carpenter, r. 108 McAllister 
Allison James G., boxmaker Union Box Factory, r. 

2509 Sutter 
Allison John C, .job printer, 802 Montgomery 
Allison Josiah E., bookkeeper Littlefield, Allison & 

Co., r .215 Kearny 
Allison Thomas R., office 525 Front, room i 
Allison William, steward, r. 114 Fourth 
B^" Allison. See Alison 

Allkire Samuel H., clerk John P. Bell, r. 6.52 Market 
AUman Alphonso, attorney at law, r. 541 ii Natoma 
AUman George, day inspector Custom House, r. 120 

Turk 
Allman Honora, widow, boarding, 272 Brannan 



ADman Miles, trackman Sutter St. ER., r. 37 Austi 
Allman Timothy, teamster Spring Valley W. W., i 

10 Chesley 
Allmeyer Mark, paperhanger and extraman Hook ani 

Ladder No. 3, S. F. F.D., r. 1425 Market 
AUmond George D., r. 334 Ellis 
Allport Jessie F. Miss, r. 510 Geary 
AUsop Robert, bricklayer, r. 510 Jessie 
AUsopp James C, stationery, 1575 Market 
8^" Allsopp. See Alsop 

Allspaugh Amazia M., carpenter, r. 1050 Howard 
Allstead Gustav A., carpenter, r. W s Mission, nr SI 

Mary's College 
Allsworth Harry, carver, r. W s Guiana, Bay View 
AUtiuzer Robert, driver N. B. and M. ER., r. 41 

Twenty-fourth 
Allyne John W. (Allyne & White) r. NW cor Gongl 

and Green 
Allyne «& WHite (John W. Allyne and Willian 

H. White) importers and jobbers oils, paints 

varnishes, etc., 112-114 Front, and proprietor 

Pacific Oil Works, cor Chestnut and Taylor 
Almada Domitila, widow, r. 21 South Park 
Almon D. & Co. (David Almon) coopers, 40 Commei 

cial 
Almon David (D. Almon & Co.) r. 137}^ Dore 
Almon William, bookkeeper D. Almon & Co., r. 137>i 

Dore 
Alms House (City and County) San Miguel o: 

Mission Ocean House Boad, 4 miles from nev 

City Hall 
Almy Frank, r. 12 Sacramento 

Alonso Jose, cigarmaker Jose A. Garcia, r. 434 Green 
Alpers Charles, contractor, r. 706 Ivy Av 
Alpers Charles W., musician, r. 12 August Alley 
Alpers Frederick, clerk, r. 17 Guy PI 
Alpers John, musician, r. SE cor Twenty-fourth am 

Treat Av 
Alpers Matilda Mrs., midwife, r. SE cor Twenty 

fourth and Treat Av 
Alpers Peter (Hillens & Alpers) r. 1909 Howard 
B^ Alpers. See Albers 
AlpUa Consolidated Mining Co. (Storey Co., 

Nev.) William Willis secretary, 29 Nevada Block 
Alsberg Sigmund, mining, r. 1065 Broadway 
Alsenz Jacob, shoemaker, 1607 Geary, r. 1614 Post. 

rear 
Alsfosser John G., cabinetmaker Kreling Bros., r. 

Thoroughfare Hotel 
Alsop John S., umbrellamaker, r. 212 Thirteenth , 
8^" Alsop. See AUsop " 

Alstone-Hole George A., clerk Tom C. Grant, r. 923 

Hyde 
Alston Phoebe Mrs., r. 207 Turk 
Alt Bernard, shoemaker, 606 Vallejo 
Alt Christopher, shoemaker, r. 608 Vallejo 
Alt Joseph, salesman Feigenbaum & Co., r. 608 Vallejo 
Alta Califoi'nia (daily and weekly) Alta Califor- 
nia Publishing Co. proprietors, 529 California 
Alta California Printing House, W. A. Wood- 
ward & Co. proprietors, 522 California 
Alta California Publisliing Co., publishers 

Alta California, Walter TurnbuU manager, 529 

California 
Alta Silver Mining Co. (Gold Hill, Nev.) Wm. H.Wat- 

son secretary, 302 Montgomery, rooms 5-6 
Alta Soap Co. (Wm. A. Engwer and Samuel Weintraub) 

soap mnfrs, 109 Oregon 
Altaville Mill and Mining Co. (Calaveras Co.) A. L. 

Perkins secretary, 310 Pine, room 15 
Altenberg Charles, cook Schumann & Vogel, r. 515 

Sacramento 
Altenberg P. F. H., French Ben. Soc. 
Altenburg Paulina, widow, r. 722 Union 
Altendorf J., saw grinder Pac. Saw Mnfg Co., r. Oak- 
land 
Altendorf Julian A., upholsterer George Walcom, r. 

Oakland 

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tfleld Abel, real estate, r. 522 J4 Natoiua 

.thauBen John, bartender The Fountain, r. 1024 

Pftcific 
therr Adolpb, baker, r. 647 Natoma 
.tliof E. & T. (Ernest and Theodore) oyster saloon, 

626 Market 
thof Ernest (E. & T. Althof) r. 626 Market 
ihof Henry, salesman Schoenholz Bros. & Co., r. 

Park Hotel 
thof Herman (Althof & Bahls) r. Oakland 
thof Theodore (E. & T. Althof) r. 1029 Valencia 
Ithof & Bahls (Herman Althof and John F. TV. 

Bahls) bookbinders, paper rulers and blank book 

manufacturers, 329 Saueome 
tman Charles, painter, r. 131 Clara 
tman Frances Miss, tailoress, r. 13-t Clara 
tman Isabella Miss, tailoress, r. 134 Clara 
tman Theresa, widow, r. 134 Clara 
tmunn Carl, with Singer Mnfg Co., 116 Sutter 
tmann Jacob, tailor, 1024 Sutter 
tmann Otto, machinist, r. 676 Harrison 
tmann Louis L., painter, r. 555 Natoma 
tmark Louis, salesman Rosenthal, Feder & Co., r. 

1505^ Pine 
tmayer Aaron, r. 435 Golden Gate Av 
tmayer Abraham, merchant, r. 823 Turk 
tmayer Berthold, messenger Cahn, Xickelsburg & 

Co, r. 435 Golden Gate Av 
tmayer Leo, clerk, r. 823 Turk 
ton John L., waiter, r. 312 Dupont 
toona Quicksilver Mining Co. (Trinity Co., Cal.) 

Charles Allenberg secretary, 630 Brannan 
tpeter Charles, r. 226 Oak 
tpeter George, maltster National Brewing Co., r. 

8E cor Fulton and Webster 
treuter William, bartender F. H. Larsen, r. 825 

Kearny 
tro Joseph, laborer, r. Vanderwater, bet Bay and 

Francisco 

tscbul B., crockery, 1615 Polk. r. 1612 California 
tschul Charles, accountant London, Paris and 

American Bank, r. 101 Dupont 
tschul L. & Co. (Leopold Altschul) wholesale 

crockery, 422 Sansome 
tschul Leopold (L. Altschul k Co.) r. 1612 Cali- 
fornia 

tschul Ludwig, real estate, r. 2417 Sutter 
tshuler Levi, clothing, 503 Montgomery, r. 633 

Ellis 

tshuler Millie Miss, teacher music, r. 633 Ellis 
tshuler Samuel, clerk L. Altshuler, r. 633 Ellis 
tube Bernardo, cattle dealer, r. 1316 Powell 
tube Julius, r. 1316 Powell 
tube Maria Mrs., r. 4 Burritt 
tube Pedro Mrs., r. 4 Burritt 
tvater Francis, salesman Shreve & Wolf, r, 1033 

Twenty-fourth 
tvater William, bartender, r. South Park House 
twater David, engineer National Flour Mills, r. 

Alameda 

varado Elisa Miss, teacher music, r. 5 Prospect PI 
Ivarado Fomidry (Alvarado, Cal.) George H. 

Tay & Co. proprietors, office 614-618 Battery 
varado Pascuala, widow, r. 5 Prospect PI 
varado Salt Works, Getz Bros. & Co. agents, office 

209-211 Market 
varez Antonio, seaman, r. 721 M Broadway, rear 
varez Antonio, tinsmith Holbrook, Merrill & Stet- 
son, r. 1011 Broadway 
varez Dolores, widow, r. 1315 Dupont 
Farez Gaetano, cigar mnfr, r. 738 Vallejo 
varez Henry, machinist The Joshua Hendy Machine 

Works, r. 519 Folsom 
varez Hyppolite, blacksmith, r. 1315 Dupont 
yarez Louis F., foreman C. C. Diez, r. 409 Wash- 
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Alvarez Slanrique, machinist, r. 156 Natoma 
Alvarez Manuel, shoemaker P. F. Nolan & Sons, r. 

Oakland 
Alvarez Pablo, r. 1304 ^^ Powell 
Alvarez Pablo, machinist, r. 156 Natoma 
Alverson-Blake Mrs., teacher music, r. 730 Geary 
Alverson Stephen H., blacksmith, r. 616 Jessie 
Alves Domingos, teamster M. Alves & Co., r. 906 Fil- 
bert 
Alves Frank (Enos, Alves & Co.) r. Honolulu, H. I. 
Alves Frederick, teamster George H. Morrison, r. 

5143^ Brannan 
Alves Joseph, barber, r. 1551 Market 
Alves Manuel (M. Alves & Co.) r. llSDrumm 
Alves M. & Co. (Manuel Alves) produce dealers, 417 

Davis 
Alvey Charles W., plumber, r. 1815 Stockton 
Alvey L. A., musician, r. 927 Howard 
Alviso Valentine, clerk Naval Officer Custom House, 

r. Oakland 
Alviso William P., butcher, r. S s Servia, bet St. John 

and Tombigbee 
Alvord Frank, fancy goods, 1219 Pacific 
Alvord William, president Pacific Rolling Mill 

Co., 202 Market, president Bank of California, 400 

California, and Police Commissioner, r. 553 Har- 
rison 
Alvord William M., paymaster Pac. Rolling Mill, r. 

838 Mission 
Alzen H.. seaman, r. 10 Berry 
Amado M. H., student Barnard's Business College 
Amador Annes, French Ben. Soc. 
Amador House, Matthew T. Eddy proptr, 675 Mission 
Amador Tunnel Mill and Mining Co. (Amador Co., 

Cal.) A. Halsey secretary, 328 Montgomery, room 7 
Amante Salvatore, laborer, r. 1321 Dupont 
Amaya Henry W., r. S s Butte, ur Florida 
Amazon Insurance Co. (of Cincinnati) Smith, 

Snow & Moody general agents, 317 California 
Amblach Joseph, laborer, r. 542 3^ Natoma 
Amblach Ralph, laborer, r. .542)^ Natoma 
Ambler Benjamin, clerk Langley & Michaels, r. 2118 

Larkin 
Ambler Stephen F., miner, r. 537 Sacramento 
Amblow Louis G., laborer, r. 660 Minna 
Ambrogio Soldaimi, laborer, r. 11 Pollard PI 
Ambrose Celeste, widow, r. 415 Powell 
Ambrose Edward, stage manager Baldwin Theater, r. 

35 Freelon 
Ambrose J., laborer American Sugar Refinery 
Ambrose Jacob, laborer Pac. Rolling Mill, r. Handley 

House 
Ambrose James (Ambrose & Horan) r. 540 Birch At 
Ambrose John, carpenter, r. 1227 Lombard 
Ambrose Joseph, fish dealer, r. 533 Vallejo 
Ambrose Mattie Miss, r. 415 Powell 
Ambrose Samuel, miner, r. 119 Fair Oaks 
Ambrose Sebastian Mrs., widow, r. 415 Powell 
Ambrose & Horan (James Ambrose and Joseph J. 

Horan) poultry, 78-79 Centre Market 
Ambrosio Candido, machinist, r. 720 >^ Montgomery 

Av 
Ambrosio Jose, r. 533 Vallejo 
Ambruster Daniel, salesman L. Hartter, r. 13 Hickory 

Av 
Ame Paul, president Waiters' Cosmopolitan Soc. of 

Cal., r. 514 Bush 
Amedee Edward C, with John Saulnier & Co., r. 409 

Post 
Amedee George, French Ben. Soc. 
Amedee Jacques L., French Ben. Soc. 
Amedee Pierre, porter Belloc & Co., r. 409 Post 
Amelung Julius C, dealer Cal. wines and fruits, 159 

Sixteenth 
Amend Charles, druggist Luis Hilmer, r. 14 Hopeton 

Terrace 
Amendt Emile, carpenter and cabinetmaker, 506 Lar- 
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American and Trenton Rubber Cos., D. H. 

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American Borax Mining Co. (Esmeralda Co., Nev.) 
W. H.H.Hart secretary, 230 Montgomery 

American Central Insurance Co. (of St.Louis, 
Mo.) Smith, Snow & Moody general agents, 317 
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American District Telegraph Co., H. G. 
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branch of&ces 205 Sutter, 206 Market, 833 Sutter, 
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ton grand secretary, 46 St. Ann's Building 

American Legion of Honor Eecord (monthly) Fra- 
ternal Publishing Co. publishers, 252 Market 

American Line Steamships, Philadelphia and 
Liverpool, J. B. Kirkland agent, 116 Montgomery 

American Macliine and Model Works, 
Issachar A. Heald proprietor, lU-113 First 

American Mercantile Union, 76 Montgomery Block 

American Oil Co., Alfred S. Moore president, 
J. O. Low secretary, oils, paints, etc., 106 Market 
and 5 California 

American Protestant Association, 713 Mission 

American Kussian Commercial Co., Charles Baum 
president, 525 Front, room i 

American Salt Co. , L. N. Webber manager, 217 
Sacramento, factory Beale St. Pier 

American Samson, physician, office 405 Kearny, r. 
1506 Howard 

American Sherman, trimmer Cal. Electric Light Co. 

American Shirt Factory. George F. Halsey proptr, 
1332 Market 

AMERICAN STEAM BOILER INS. CO 

(of Ne-*v York) Brown, Craig «& Co. gen- 
eral agents, C. Van Dyck Huhhard 
manager, 439 California 

American Sugar Refinex-y, cor Union and 
Battery, E. L. G. Steele & Co. agents, 208 California 

American Sunday School Union, Geo. C. McCon- 
nell agent, 757 Market 

AMERICAN SURETY CO. 

(of New Yorh) ^rown, Craig & Co. gen- 
eral agents, C. Van Dyck Hubhax-d 
managex-, 439 California 

American Tract Society, Geo. 0. McConnell 
depositary and superintendent Colportage, 757 
Market 

American Trading Co. (New York) Henry 
Molineux manager, 132 Sutter 



Amerige George Mrs., r. 418 Sutter 
Amerman C. T., clerk Post Office, r. Oakland 
Amerman Jacob B., clerk Cunningham, Curtiss 

Welch, r.711 Jones 
Ames Annie, widow, ladies' nurse, r. 11 DeHone 
Ames Benjamin F., teamster Davis & Cowell, r. ti 

Stevenson, rear 
Ames Charles E., compositor S. H. Sheplar & Co.,: 

541 Stevenson, rear 
Ames Ed-win E., manager Studebaker Bros. Mni 

Co., 201-207 Market, r. 827 Golden Gate Av 
Ames Fisher, attorney at law. 607 Kearny, r. 10( 

Pine 
Ames Frank, beltmaker L. P. Degen 
Ames Frank H., salesman B. Nathan & Co., r. 71 

Golden Gate Av 
Ames Frank M., with B. Nathan & Co., r. 719 Golde 

Gate Av 
Ames Frederick F., clerk Joseph Fredericks & Co., 

44 Third 
Ames G., oiler stmr Mariposa 

Ames George A., engineer stmr Newark, r. Alameda 
Ames George E., agent Union Ironworks, 401 Marke 

r. 1027 McAllister 
Ames George H. , salesman Joseph Fredericks & Cc 

r. 116 Turk 
Ames George H., ship's clerk, r. 1030 Pine 
Ames H. Mrs., furnished rooms. 1001 Folsom 
Ames Harry, coppersmith, r. 240 Hitch, rear 
Ames Henry, helper Andrew Frei, r. 1001 Folsom 
Ames Henry K., machinist, r. 136 Twenty-sixth 
Ames Henry M. Jr., collector M. Brandensteln & Cc 

r. 1 Fifth 
Ames Henry W., cigarmaker, r. 246 Third 
Ames Herman, carpenter, r. 1001 Folsom 
Ames Howard C, with Studebaker Bros. Mnfg Co., 

827 Golden Gate Av. 
Ames James H., clerk Williams, Dimond & Co., 

Oakland 
Ames Joseph, real estate, r. 917 O'Farrell 
Ames J. P., attorney at law, 217 Sansome, room : 
Ames Martha, teacher Hayes Valley Primary Schoc 

r. 808 Twentieth 
Ames Nicholas C, clerk Isaac Bush, r. 405 Stevensc 
Ames Octavius A., teamster, r. 222 Perry 
Ames Orville T., captain of watch U. S. Mint, r. Oa 

land 
Ames Oscar H., shirt cutter Shirek & Tonner, r. 10 

Twentieth 
Ames P., laborer P. C. SS. Co., r. 625 Davis 
Ames Pelham W.. secretary Sutro Tunnel Co., 3 

Sansome, room 21, r. SanEafael 
Ames Robert C, gas inspector, r. 1906 Baker 
Ames Walter F., clerk, r. 1222 Laguna 
Ames William, purser stmr Eureka 
Amesburg E., water tender stmr Columbia 
Amestoy Pedro. French Ben. Soc. 
Amette J. B., barber, 1071 Market, r. 559 Stevenson 
Amey Charles H., engineer, r. 759 Mission 
Amidon C. S., salesman Raphael Weill & Co., r. 6 

Valencia 
Amidon Frank C, gripman Market St. BB., r. 7 

Devisadero 
Amiot Etrienne, sailmaker, r. 20 Allen 
Amiot Hugh, tinner George H. Tay & Co., r. 20 Allei 
Amiraux Peter, mining, 419 Calif ornia, room 2,r. 22 

Webster 
Ammann, Adolph, liquor saloon, 506 Washington, 

313 Green 
Ammann Louis, dishwasher, r. 231 Second 
Amnie Henry, clerk E. Chielovich & Co., r. 439 Fiff 
Axnmerup G. , paints, oils, varnishes, brushe 
glass and wall paper, 1047 Market, r. 40 McAlli 
ter 
Ammon Bernhard von, commission merchant. 

Merchants' Exchange, r. 1416 Geary 
Amora Catella, laborer, r. 6 Washington 
Amos George W., machinist, r. 1820 Hyde 



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Amos Gottleib J., coppersaiiih, r. 1515 Mission 

Amos John T., millwright, r. 1820 Hyde 

Amos John T., x^lanomalier J, Dewing & Co,, r. 217 

Elm Av 
Amos J- Philip, clerk Fratlnger & Co., r. 415 Van 

Ness Av 
Amos Louisa I., widow, r. 415 Van Ness Av 
Amos Mary C, widow, r. 506 Minna 
Amroi-lf P., gripman Market St. RR. 
Amsbury Eugeue, engineer, r. 40 Tehama 
Amsburv S. Mrs., adjuster coiner's dept U. S. Mint, 

r. Ill Turk 
Amsterdam Board of Underwriters, James De Frem- 

ery i*c Co. agents, 410 Battery 
Amund.sen August, upholsterer, r. 722 Shotwell 
Amy Gustave L., commission merchant, r. S Mason 
Amy Oscar M., merchandise broker, r, 1710 Mason 
Amy Sarah, widow, r. 718 Ellis 
Analle Carlos, photographer, r. 634 Broadway 
AnagnoEtopulos Atbanasios, liquor saloon, 333 East, 

r. 23 Market 

AnagnostopuloB Nicholas, accountant, r..23 Market 
Aoauos Antonio, barber, r. 1220 Powell 
Anatomical Museum, Jordan & Co. proiJtrs, 751 Market 
Anatzitos Nicolas, French Ben. See, 
Ancel Gustave, saloonkeeper, r. 1100 Folsom 
Ancell Charles W. P., framemaker, r. E s Pennsylva- 
nia Av, bet Solano and Butte 
Ancell ■William S., carpenter Union Iron Works, r. 

E 6 Pennsylvania Av. bet Solano and Butte 
Ancbick Conrad, millhand, r. 1133 Treat Av 
A.nclioi- Saloon, Detels, Schneider & Stellmann 

proprietors, 8 Sacramento 
Ancient Order United IVorknien, H. G. 

Pratt grand recorder, office 40 St. Ann's Building 
Ancon Hotel, John H. Schlesselmann proptr, 9-11 

Pacific « 

Anderau Josephs., sausagemaker.r. 1517 Leavenworth 
Anderl'uren John, tailor, r. 1429 Twenty-fourth 
\nderfuren Katie, widow, bakery, 1905 >^ Mission 
A.nderfuren William J., pattern and model 

maker, 110-112 Beale, r..320 Bartlett 
indcrba Andrew, cook, r. 725 Bryant 
Anderle Frank (Hartmann A: Anderle) r. 431 Pine 
Anderlee Frank, milker Fiirrer Bros,, r. Clara Av, nr 

Eighteenth 

inderlund Herman, carpenter, r. 17 Adelaide PI 
Vnders Albert A., boxmaker, r. 1236 Harrison 
Anders Emil, porter Julius Gnien, r. 316 O'Farrell 
indersen Alexander, laborer, r. 23 Natoma 
indersen Andrew, tailor, r. 2ihi Ritch 
inderseu Axel, driver C. W. Gercke, r. 1924 Howard 
indersen Bernhard, r. 029 Clay 
Vnderseu Brothers (Gother and Emil) coffee saloon, 

413 J^ East 

Vndersen Charles, laborer, r. 434 Shipley 
Andersen Christian, blacksmith, r. 1225 Folsom 
iadtrsen Christian, laborer, r. 418 Drumm 
indersen Elbridge G., stenographer, r. 100 Fifth 
indeisen Gother (Andersen Bros.) r, 413 M East 
Uidersen Gustava, domestic, S s Twenty-fourth, bet 

Valencia and Bartlett 
indersenHans P., mate schr Montezuma, r. 14 An- 
thony 

Indersen Heinrich, boatman, r. 320 Drumm 
Vndersen Hella Miss, seamstress, r. 815 Harrison, 

rear 

Indersen John, laborer, r. 71 Natoma, rear 
Vndersen John, seaman, r. 418 Drumm 
Vnderson John P., miller Caledonian Mills, r. 315 

First 

kndersen Joseph, seaman, r. 418 Drumm 
Indersen J. M., liquor saloon, 500 Davis, r. 29 Com- 
mercial 
Lndersen Julius, carpenter, 625 Washington, r, 5 

Everett 

Andersen M., laborer, r. 529 Valencia 
iudersen Marquiet, saloonkeeper, r. 129 Third 



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FRATINGER & CO, 
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IN ALL COLORS AND STYLES, AT ALL PRICES. 
105 KEARNY STREET. 

Andersen Martin, first officer stmr San Joaquin No. 2 
Andersen Matilda, domestic, 1226 Valencia 
Andersen Olof, seaman, r. 815 Harrison, rear 
Andersen Peter, boatman, r. NE cor Fourth and Berry 
Andersen Peter, cook, r. 531 East 
Andersen Peter, carpenter, r. 532 Fourth 
Andersen Peter, teamster Cal. Cracker Co., r, Oak- 
land 
Andersen Peter, seaman, r. 540 Folsom 
Andersen Peter M., master mariner, r. 47 Frederick 
Andersen Robert, baker, r. 625 Clay 
i^"Anderseu. See Andresen and Anderson 
Anderson A., boltma'-;er Pac. Rolling Mills 
Anderson A., restaurant and saloon, 648 Fourth 
Anderson A., seaman stmr Bonita 
Anderson Abraham, carpenter, r. 833 Fifteenth 
Anderson Adolph (Johnson & Anderson) r, 812 Kearny 
Anderson Adolph, seaman, r. 129 Jackson 
Anderson Adolph, seaman, r. South Pacific House 
Anderson A. F., laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r, 319 

Tenth 
Anderson Albert, deckhand stmr Mary Garratt 
Anderson Albert, conductor N, B. and M. RR,, r, 712 

Folsom 
Anderson Albert F,, manager Davis Bros. Warehouse, 

r. 2309 Larkin 
Anderson Albert G., foreman Schussler Bros. , r. 318 

Eighteenth 
Anderson Albert P., salesman Meyer & Walker, r. 914 

Ellis 
Anderson Albertine, domestic, 829 Bush 
Anderson Alfred, clerk, r. 260 J^ Clara 
Anderson Alfred, currier Jeremiah J. Geary, r, 228 

Seventeenth 
Anderson Alfred, helper W, S. Phelps & Co., r, 54 

Sacramento 
Anderson Amanda, domestic, W s San Bruno Road, 

bet Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth 
Anderson Andre C, laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 

25 J^ Decatur 
Anderson .Andrew, r. 704}^ Mission 
Anderson Andrew (Anderson & Co.) r. 126 Capp 
Anderson Andrew (Anderson & Rasmussen) r. 208 

Drumm 
Anderson Andrew, barber Isidor C. Levy, r. 12 Val- 
paraiso 
Anderson Andrew, cabinetmaker, 617 Post 
Anderson Andrew, fireman stmr Oakland 
Anderson Andrew, laborer, r. 4543^ Tehama 
Anderson Andrew, liquor saloon and lodgings, 250 

Spear 
Anderson Andrew, machinist Golden State and Miners' 

Iron Works, r. 506 Folsom 
Anderson Andrew, marblecutter John Daniel & Co., 

r. 1313 Jackson 
Anderson Andrew, milkman, r. cor Cole and Carroll 
Anderson Andrew, pressman Cal. Oil Works, r. 7045$ 

Mission 
Anderson Andrew, seaman, r. 540 Folsom 
Anderson Andrew, seaman, r. South Pacific House 
Anderson Andrew, steward schr Lizzie Madlsoa 
Anderson Andrew, seaman, r. 266 Brannan 
Anderson Andrew, seaman, r. 28 Clay 
Anderson Andrew, tailor, r. 1900 Powell 
Anderson Andrew J., carriagemaker, r. N B Central 

PI, bet Second and Third 
Anderson Andrew P., first officer schr Eva, r. 11 Clay 
Anderson Andrew P., painter Orsi & Pedrini, r. New 

Atlantic Hotel 
Anderson Anna B., teacher Irving Primary School, r. 

3044 Sixteenth 
Anderson Anton, captain schr Express, r. North Pa- 
cific Hotel 
Anderson Anthony C, grocer, r. NW cor Sanchez and 

Twenty-ninth 
Anderson Antony, hostler, r. 212 Mason 
Anderson Astrid Mrs.(H. k A. Anderson) r. 121 Stock- 
ton 



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£ncanstio, Olazed and 

309, 311, 313, 315 and 317 MARKET STREET 

Anderson A. T., gripman Market St. RB. 

Anderson August, first officer stmr Newark, r. 267 East 

Anderson August, mate schr Georgie R. Higgins, r. 29 

Jackson 
Anderson August, seaman, r. South Pacific House 
Anderson August, steamboathand, r. 209 Steuart 
Anderson August, tailor, r. 621 California 
Anderson Aiigustus, lumberman, r. 60 Third 
Anderson Augustus G., oiler, r. 2021 Howard 
Anderson Benjamin D., clerk, r. 629 Clay 
Anderson Benjamin F., waiter, r. 33 Everett 
Anderson Bernhard, steamboathand, r. 209 Steuart 
Anderson Brothers (John and H. W.) coal and wood, 

361 Brannan 
Anderson Brothers (William B. and Richard K.) car- 
penters and builders, 23 Seventh 
Anderson C, laborer Cal. Wire Works, r. 125 Fran- 
cisco 
Anderson C, machinist Pac. Rolling Mill 
Anderson C. Mrs., dry goods and notions, 2740 Six- 
teenth 
Anderson C. A., laborer, r. 121 Sixth 
Anderson Carl, coachman, 2120 Broadway 
Anderson Carl C, master mariner, r. 6i4J^ Natoma 
Anderson Carl F., longshoreman, r. 113 Perry 
Anderson Catherine, widow, r. 1313 Jackson 
Anderson Chalen D., printer, r. 910 Natoma 
Anderson Charles, r. 208 Ellis 
Anderson Charles (Keipe & Anderson) r. 326 Polk 
Anderson Charles, captain brig Percy Edward, r. Ala- 
meda 
Anderson Charles, clerk J. H. Mehrtens & Co., r. 1507 

Jackson 
Anderson Charles, engineer, r. 314% Ritch 
Anderson Charles, laborer, r. 103 Greenwich 
Anderson Charles, laborer, r. 23 Garden 
Anderson Charles, oysterman, r. 108 Berry 
Anderson Charles, painter, r. 630 Minna 
Anderson Charles, porter Hotel Bella Vista 
Anderson Charles, seaman schr Occidental, r. 321 

Drumm 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. 119 Jackson 
Anderson Charles A., contractor, r. 22 Isis 
Anderson Charles A., liquor saloon, 209 Jackson, r. 

266 Minna 
Anderson Charles E.. stockbroker, 318 Pine, room 1, 

r. 718 Buchanan 
Anderson Charles F., blacksmith P. C. SS. Co.,r. 

2529^ Mission 
Anderson Charles H., laundryman La Grande Laun- 
dry, r. 212 Thirteenth 
Anderson Charles J., lumberman, r. 10 Clyde 
Anderson Charles J., tailor, r. 1029 Hampshire 
Anderson Charles L., r. 416 Second 
Anderson Charles P., longshoreman, r. 4 Frederick 
Anderson Charles S., cook, r. 255 Jessie 
Anderson Charles S., manager Washington Hall, office 

35 Eddy, r. 208 Ellis 
Anderson Charles W., teamster, r. 121 Sixth 
Anderson Charlotte, widow, r. E s San Bruno Road,nr 

Fifteenth Av 
Anderson Chris, night clerk American Exchange 

Hotel, r. 1014 York 
Anderson Christian, laborer, r. 1513 Montgomery 
Anderson Christian, blacksmith Larkins & Co., r. 

311}^ Jessie 
Anderson Clarence L., civil engineer, 419 California, 

room 22, r. 510 Geary 
Anderson Cornelius, mate, r. 2740 Sixteenth 
Anderson C. P., seaman, r. 28 Clay 
Andersop C. R., seaman, r. 129 Jackson 
Anderson Cyrus, seaman, r. 12 Tehama 
Anderson David, waiter, r. 171 Minna, rear 
Anderson David B., attorney at law, r. 17 Colling- 

wood 
Anderson E., laborer, r. 1513 Montgomery 
Anderson E., seaman, r. 2G6 Brannan 
Anderson E., machinist Pac. Rolling Mill 



Anderson E., waiter American Exchange Hotel 
Anderson Edward, laundryman La Grande Laundry 
Anderson Edward, seaman, r. 129 Jackson 
Anderson Edward A., clerk Cal. Transportation Co., 

r. 13^ Clyde 
Anderson Edward J., secretary Chronicle and naval 

architect, r. 822 Post 
Anderson E. G., r. 221 Mason 

Anderson Ellen, widow, bakery and cigars, 443 Va- 
lencia 
Anderson Elizabeth, widow, r. SE corDeHaroand 

Solano 
Anderson E. M. Miss, dressmaker, 118 Ninth 
Anderson Emil (Anderson Brothers) r. 413^ East 
Anderson Emil, boatman, r. NE cor Fourth and Berry 
Anderson Emile, laborer Pac. Rolling Mills, r. W s 

Michigan, bet Napa and Shasta 
Anderson Eric M., tailor, r. 3 Mary Lane 
Anderson Ernest E., tailor, r. 333 Duncan 
Anderson Eugene L., blacksmith, r. 910 Natoma 
Anderson Eugene L., driver C. Dryer, r. 1502 Powell 
Anderson Eva Miss, teacher Lincoln Primary School, 

r. 706 California 
Anderson F. C, r. 418 Sutter 
Anderson Flora, shirtmaker, r. NE cor Montgomery 

and Green 
Anderson F. O., boatman Swanberg & West 
Anderson Francis, waiter stmr Mariposa 
Anderson Frank, cook schr Robbie H., r. 110 Berry 
Anderson Frank H., clerk, r. 1033 Valencia 
Anderson Frank X., waiter, r. 257 Minna 
Anderson Franz, seaman, r. NE cor Berry and Ritch 
Anderson Fred., carpenter, r. German Hotel 
Anderson Frederick, first officer stmr Dora, r. 316 

Fourth 
Anderson Frederick, longshoreman, r. 113 Perry 
Anderson Frederick, machinist, r. 574 Folsom 
Anderson Frederick, seaman bafk Tidal Wave, r. 105 

Jackson 
Anderson Fred., seaman, 28 Clay 
Anderson Frederick, teamster John Stumpf 
Anderson Fred., janitor Omibus RR., r. 210 Twenty- 
second 
Anderson Frederick P., seaman, r. 503 Folsom 
Anderson Fritz, coachman, 822 Geary 
Anderson Fritz M., machinehand B. B. Chace, r. 947 

Folsom 
Anderson George, farmer, r. 780 J^ Stevenson 
Anderson George A., iDoliccman, r. 707 Montgomery 

Av 
Anderson George J., carpenter, r. 2805 Clay 
Anderson Giens, seaman, r. 9J^ Clyde 
Anderson Gottfried (Ericksen& Anderson) r. 425 East 
Anderson Gustave, bartenaer, 28 Clay 
Anderson Gustave, driver G. C. Parkinson, r. 502 

Washington 
Anderson H., deckhand stmr City of Stockton 
Anderson H. & A. (Mrs. Astrid and Mme. H.) dress- 
makers, 121 Stockton 
Anderson H. Mme. (H. & A. Anderson) r. 121 Stockton 
Anderson Hannah Miss, seamstress, r. 325 Fifth 
Anderson Hans, gardener, 1501 Van Ness Av 
Anderson Hans, varnisher Herman Grauz, r. 18 Oak 

Grove Av 
Anderson Hans, painter, r. 630 Minna 
Anderson Hans, printer Oriental Photograph Gallery 
Anderson Hans S., laborer, r. 869 Market 
Anderson Harold (Anderson & Danielson) r. 635 Cali- 
fornia ' . 
Anderson Harry, captain schr Emelie Martin, r. 9 Clay 
Anderson Henry, assistant engineer stmr Oakland 
Anderson Henry, inventor and contractor, r. 1003 

Powell 
Anderson Henry, captain schr M. Turner, r. 121 Fran- 
cisco 
Anderson Henry, mate schr North Beach 
Anderson Henry, seaman, r. 54 Sacramento 
Anderson Henry, steward, r. William Tell House 

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Anderson Henry G., bookkeeper, r. 1415 Mason 
Anderson Henry W. (Anderson Bros.) r. aci Branusn 
Anderson Herman, RardenerMasonic Cemetery, r. i61 



water tender stmr Mexico 
, r. 412 Taylor 
Mrs., r. 132 Eddy 

photographer, r. 448)4 Valencia 
M., watchman U. S. Mint, r. 



Tehama 
Anderson H. G. 
Anderson H. K. 
Anderson H. L 
Anderson Hugh 
Anderson Isaac M., watchman U. S. Mint, r. 1823 

Stevenson 
Anderson J., baker, r. 333 O'Farrell 
Ander.son J., varnisher S. F. Furniture Factory 
Anderson Jscob, cabinetmaker, r. SE cor Connecticut 

and Santa Clara 
Anderson Jacob, coachman, 1840 California 
Vnderson Jacob, coffinmaker F. T. McAuUffe& Co., r. 

6 Decatur 
Anderson Jacob H. V.. salesman, r. 1423 Valencia 
Anderson James, r. 24 Langton 
Anderson James, r. Gtjfi Mission 
Anderson James, dresser City and County Hospital 
Anderson James, laborer, r. 55{) Brannan 
Anderson JameS. quartermaster stmr San Pablo 
Anderson James, stevedore, r. 416 Greenwich 
indersou James, tailor, r. 602 Stockton, rear 
Anderson James, teamster J. Morton & Co., r. 3 

Brady 
inderson James Mrs., widow, r. 2030 Bush 
Anderson James A., shoefitter, r. 6 Telegraph PI 
Anderson James D., longshoreman, r. NE cor Mont- 
gomery and Green 
Lnderson James H., clerk Cal. Insurance Co., r. 2G31 

Howard 
vnderson James W., principal Spring Valley Grammar 

School, r. 3044 Sixteenth 
Vnderson Jerome A., physician, 17 Phelan Building, 

r. 1108 Folsom 
indersou Johann, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
nderson John, r. 6 O'Farrell Alley 
Jiderson John, r.9 Broadway 
nderson John (Anderson Bros.) r. 361 Brannan 
nderson John, calker, r.6G0 Howard 
nderson John, carpenter and builder. 1243 Mission 
nderson John, carpenter stmr City of Sydney 
nderson John, carpenter, r. 54.5 Mission 
nderson John, captain schr Eliza Miller, r. 26 Steuart 
nderson John, clerk S. Petrovich, r. 1408 Stockton 
nderson John, cook, r. 207 Main 
nderson John, cook, r. 403 Broadway 
nderson John, deckhand, r. 28 Clay 
nderson John, engineer, r. 316)^ Golden Gate Av 
nderson John, laborer, r. SEcor Fifth and Berry 
nderson John, millhand. r. 17 Adelaide PI 
nderson John, porter Moore, Hunt & Co., r. 318 

Fifth 
aderson John, porter O. B. Smith & Co., r. 32 Na- 

toma 
iderson John, peddler, r. 23 Anthony 
iderson John, seaman, r. 25 Averill Av 
iderson John, seaman, r. SE cor Berry and Fifth 
iderson John, seaman, r. 263 East 
iderson John, seaman, r. 75 Oregon 
idetson John, seaman stmr Oregon, r. 257 Perry, rear 
iderson John, steamboat hand, r. 209 Steuart 
iderson John, seaman, r. 602 Stockton 
iderson John, te.-mster, r. 3 Brady 
derson John, transferer Bosqui Engraving and 
Printing (M., r. 255 Clementina 
derson John, waiter Madson & Peterson, r. 26 

Steuart 
derson John, water tender stmr Santa Bosa 
derson John A., janitor, r. 115 Eddy, rear 
derson John A., machinist, r. 2019J4 Howard 
derson John C, clerk, r. NW cor Sanchez and 

Twenty-ninth 
derson John E., broom factory, 924J^ Foleom, r. 
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Anderson John 

Bryant 
Anderson John F., laborer Cal 

Iowa, bet Yolo and Yuba 
Anderson John F., first officer stmr Oakland, r. Oak- 
land 
Anderson John G., liquor saloon, 817 Kearny 
Anderson John H., clerk Tom C. Grant, r. 2030 Bush 
Anderson John H., machinehandPac. Furniture Mnfg 

Co., r. 1312 Broderick 
Anderson John M., clerk, r. 1234 Mission 
Anderson John M., saloonkeeper, 10 Eldridge 
Anderson John N., longshoreman, r. 120J^ Townsend 
Anderson John P., first officer ship B. D. Bice, r. 2119 

Taylor 
Anderson John P., laborer, r. 520 Sixth 
Anderson John B., tallow reuderer Jeremiah O'Con- 
nor, r. W K Ehode Island, bet Alameda and Channel 
Anderson Joseph, laborer Golden Gate Park 
Anderson Joseph, laborer, r. 446 Clementina 
Anderson Joseph, seaman, r. 46 Jackson 
Anderson Joseph D., armorer Le Grand Armory, 115 

Minna 
Anderson Joseph H., engineer, r. 323 Dupont 
Anderson Joseph W., clerk, r. 1233 Market 
Anderson Josephine, domestic, 1019 California 
Anderson Julius, ship carpenter, r. 5 Everett 
Anderson J. W., student Barnard's Business College 
Anderson L. A., seaman, r. NE cor Pacific and Drumm 
Anderson Lars, r. 930 Harrison 
Anderson Lars, fireman, r. 1332 Sacramento 
Anderson Lars P., shoemaker B. P. Chase, r. Oakland 
Anderson Lawrence, captain schr J. C. Ford, r.263 

East 
Anderson Lilburn B., salesman T. Henry Asche, r. 127 

Kearny 
Anderson Lottie Miss, laundry, 703 Hyde 
Anderson Louis, r. 126 Capp 
Anderson Louis Mrs., widow, r. 15 Guerrero 
Anderson Louis, blac^jsmith J. L. Cobleigh, r. 1313 

Jackson 
Anderson Louis, fireman Clay St. BB 

mento 
Anderson Louis, scene shifter, r. 4 Vallejo PI 
Anderson Louis, seaman, r. 129 Jackson 
Anderson Louis H., clerk, r. 1003 Powell 
Anderson Maglus, seaman, r. 257 Perry 
Anderson Marcellus O., policeman, r. 808 Mission 
Anderson Marian S. Miss, teacher Emerson Primary 

School, r. 2030 Bush 
Anderson Martin, longshoreman, r. 44 Clementina 
Anderson Mary Mrs., r. 412 Taylor 
Anderson Mary Miss, dressmaker, 118 Ninth 
Anderson Mary, domestic, 1716 Van Ness Av 
Anderson Mary, domestic, NW cor Jackson and Gough 
Anderson Mary Miss, saleslady City of Paris, r. 118 

Ellis 
Anderson Mary, widow, r. 1 Lewis 
Anderson Mary, widow, r. NE cor Montgomery and 

Green 
Anderson Matthew, laborer, r. 327 Beale 
Anderson Max, employee Life Saving Station, Ocean 

Beach 
Anderson Michael, cook, r. 826 Vallejo 
Anderson Minna, widow, r. 815 Harrison, rear 
Anderson Minnie, domestic, 1920 Clay 
Anderson Nathan D., attorney at law, 240 Montgom- 
ery, r. 2926 Clay 
Anderson Neil, laborer, r. 411 Pacific 
Anderson Nelson, blacksmith, r. 1313 Jackson 
Anderson Nels P., captain schr Anna Hermine 
Anderson Nettie H. Miss, teacher Emerson Primary 

School, r. 2030 Bush 
Anderson Niel, laborer, r. 922 Battery 
Anderson Niels H., groceries and liquors, 1113 Howard 
Anderson Nils, secretary California Transporta- 
tion Co., NW cor Jackson and East, r. 10 Oak 
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ivudersoii Nis, tobacco and cigars, 528 Sixtli 
Anderson 0., cook, r. What Cheer House 
Anderson Ole A., painter, r. 417 Kearny 
Anderson Oliver, tanner, K s Falkland, bet St. John 

and Tombigbee 
Anderson Olof , coachman, r. 2121 Biichanan 
Anderson Olof, deckhand, r. 28 Clay 
Anderson Olof, seaman, r. 119 Jackson 
Anderson Olof, seaman, r. 129 Jackson 
Anderson Olof A., clerk, r. 260 J^ Clara 
Anderson Oscar, r. 737 Brannan 
Anderson Oscar 0., pnrser stmr Constance 
Anderson P., waiter, r. 20 Glasgow 
Anderson Paul, seaman, r. 114 Second ,„ „ v. 

Anderson Peter (Johnson & Anderson) r. 10 wasn 

ington 
Anderson Peter, carpenter, r. 709 Minna 
Anderson Peter, clerk, r. 914 Ellis 
Anderson Peter, cook schr Maggie V. Hartman, r. 418 

Ande/son Peter, dyer Golden Gate Woolen Mills, r. 

Columbia, bet Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 
Anderson Peter, engineer, r. 637 Second 
Anderson Peter, with J. H. Kessing, r. 813 Filbert 
Anderson Peter, laborer, r. 1326 Florida 
Anderson Peter, laborer, r. 506 Folsom 
Anderson Peter, seaman, r. 322 Vallejo ^ „^ _ , 
Anderson Peter, tanner, r. S s Teneriffe, bet St. John 

and Tombigbee „ . :, > no7L; 

Anderson Peter A. (McNiece & Anderson) r. 927 >4 

Jackson „ , 

Anderson Peter A., blacksmith, r. 54 Sacramento 
Anderson Peter M., seaman, r. 47 Stanly PI 
Anderson K. H., first officer stmr Eureka 
Anderson Richard K. (Anderson Bros.) r. 1527 J$ 

Market ,„„„ t, 

Anderson Robert G., carpenter, r. 1326 Broadway 
Anderson Robert S., attorney at law, r. 19 South 

Park 
Anderson Robert W., first officer stmr Yaquina, r. 121 

Nineteenth 
Anderson Rudolph, cabinetmaker Theodore Erdin, 

r. E s San Bruno Koad, nr Fifteenth Av 
Anderson S., show cards, 819 Market, r. 77 Everett 
Anderson Samuel, seaman, r. 119 Jackson 
Anderson Samuel, tailor, r. 6 Jane PI „^„,^. . 
^.nderson Samuel, waiter Palace Hotel, r.617 Mission 
Anderson Sarah J., Widow, r. 2631 Howard 
Anderson Simon, brasscleaner Wheeland & GoUms 
Anderson Stewart M., bookkeeper Balfour, Guthrie 

& Co., r. 2030 Bush 
Anderson Stuben, r. 1007 Powell 
Anderson Theodore, asst engineer tug Wizard 
Anderson Thomas, carpenter stmr City of New York 
Anderson Thomas, chief engineer stmr Oakland, r. 
Oakland , ^„ ^ ..„„ 

Anderson Thomas, coal dealer, 16 Drumm, r. 2209 

Devisadero 
Anderson Thomas, seaman schr Laura Madsen, r. ii 

Anderson Thomas, sparmaker, r. 2 Clyde 
Anderson Thomas R., cook, 4485^ Third 
Anderson Thornton T., r. 44 Sixth 
Anderson Victor, tailor, r. 10 Prospect PI 
Anderson W., miner, r. What Cheer House 
Anderson Wallie W., student Heald's Business Col- 
lege r. W s Indiana, bet Sierra and Napa 
Anderson Walter B., farmer, r. 426 Kearny 
Anderson Walter G., bookkeeper Friedlander & Koch, 

r. 2209 Devisadero 
Anderson William, clerk, r. 361 Brannan 
Anderson William, engineer S. F Cordage Factory, r. 

W s Indiana, bet Sierra and Napa 
Anderson William, first officer schr Little River, r. 10 

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Anderson William, hardware, r. 14 Liberty 
Anderson William, laborer, r. NE cor Montgomery 
and Green 



Anderson William, molder J. G. lis, r. Oakland 
Anderson William, porter W. W. Keefe, r. 107 Fifth 
Anderson William, seaman, r. 513 Howard 
Anderson William, seaman, r. 353 Minna 
Anderson William, seaman, r. 908 Sansome . 

Anderson William, tailor, r. 209 Clay , „. . 

Anderson William B. (Anderson Bros.) r. 815 Mission 
Anderson William B. (W. S. Ray & Co.) r. 14 Liberty 
Anderson AVilliam H., calker, r. 600 Howard 
Anderson William J., laborer, r. 1535 Mission 
Anderson William N., clerk Golden Eagle Hotel 
Anderson William T., salesman Harrison & Dixon, r> 

lOJ^ Langton ^ , , . mo 

Anderson William W., barber John Johnson, r. 218 

Ritch, rear , 

Anderson Winslow, physician and surgeon, office and 

r. 1412 Mason „ . , 

Anderson W. S., gripman Market St. RK., r. Terminal 

Hotel „ „ ,r 

Anderson & Co. (Andrew Anderson, E. H. Hanaoi 
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Clay and 112 Commercial ^ „ li J' 

Anderson & Danielson (Harold Anderson and Petal lito 

Danielson) whiteners, 635 California "" 

Anderson & Rasmussen (Andrew Anderson and ISeli 

Basmussen) liquor saloon, 29 Washington 
B^" Anderson. See Andersen and Andresen 
Anderton L. C. Mrs., r. 418 Sutter „ , ^^ .,„mr7 

Andes Silver Mining Co. (Storey Co., Nev.) Butlf|)iiire 

Burris secretary, 2 Nevada Block 
Andlauer James, carpenter, 229 Tenth 
Andlauer Jeannette Mrs., bakery. NE cor Stocktffl 
and Washington, r. 229 Tenth jj 

Andlauer Joseph V., clerk, r. 229 Tenth ^ 

Andornetti Celeste E., compositor, r. 433 Union 
Andornetti Joseph J., teamster, r. 36 Clay _ 

Andornetti Paul, packer J. A. Folger & Co., r. 433 Umo 
Andrade Eustacio, laborer, r. 507 Green 
Andrade G., r. 656 Folsom 

Andrade Joaquin D., laborer, r. 1308 Montgomery 
Andrade Joseph S., asst engineer stmr Piedmont 
Andrade Zeferino, cigar peddler, r. 1505 Dupont 
Andrade William, commission merchant, r.65b ± olSOl 
Andre Alexander, dyer, r. 1319 Dupont 
Andre Daniel, French Ben. Soc. 
Andre J. L., porter Selby Smelting and Lead Co., 

416 Montgomery ,„„jj 

Andre Leon, clerk J. Lambla, r. 1819 Eddy 
Andre Pauline, laundress, r. 1319 Dupont 
Andre Richard E., bookkeeper Hanley & Snow. r. 18 

Eddy J- 

Andre Silvia, French Ben. Soc. ".fKit] 

Andreasen Alexander, r. 700 Mission 
Andreatta Charles, machinist S. F. and Pac. Gla 

Works, r. 512 Fourth 
Andres Christian, musician, r. 345 Jessie 
Andres George S., foreman Cal. Oil Works, r. 6 

Second 
Andres Joseph, brewer, r. 139 Seventh 
Andres Paul, baker, r. 625 Clay ^ ^^ . ,. , . 
Andresen Brothers (John G. and Christian) whe 

Wrights and blacksmiths, 607 Battery 
Andresen Christian (Andresen Bros.) r. Oakland 
Andresen John G. (Andresen Bros.) r. 112 Julian . 
Andresen Peter N,. liquor saloon, NE cor Geary a 

Larkin, r. 723 O'Farrell 
Andressen Peter H., cabinetmaker, r.*l026 Hampsh 
Andrew Albert G., carpenter Excelsior Planing M: 

r. 17 Ada PI 
Andrew Alfred, waiter, r. 28 First 
Andrew Hannah Miss, furnished rooms, r. 28 Kauf 
Andrew John, clerk, r. 230 Minna 
Andrew Mary C, widow, r. 1910 Buchanan 
Andrew Peter, fisherman, r. 3 Vallejo 
Andrew Reginald J., carpenter, r. 1620 Union 
Andrew Sands, carpenter, 474 Jessie 
Andrew William, nurse, r - I '^O^ Pacific 

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Andrews Abraham, watches and jewelry, 221 Mont- 
gomery, r. Llok House 
Andrews Ada Miss, friugemaker, r. 906 Treat Av 
Andrews Addie Mrs., compositor, j. 1205 Golden 

Gate Av 
Andrews Albert, bookkeeper Alexander Jansen, r 

Oakland 
Andrews Alexander, engineer Odd Fellow's Ceme- 
tery, r. 13 Johnson Av 
Andrews Alfred R., cook, r. 12 Hinckley 
Andrews Amasa B., day inspector Custom House, r. 

623 Howard 
Andrews Augustus H., with George C. Shreve & Co. 
Andrews Catherine, widow, r. 452 Bartlett 
Andrews C. F., solicitor J. Dewing & Co., r. Overland 

House 
Andrews Charles, cooper, r. 57.3 Howard 
Andrews Charles, seaman, r. 715 Davis 
Andrews Charles M. (James & Andrews) r. 513 How- 
ard 
Andrews Clark, grocer, r. 1410 Sacramento 
Andre^vs C. N., furniture manufacturer, 574 Bran- 
nan, r. Santa Clara Hotel 
Andrews Daniel, deckhand stmr Oakland, r. Oakland 
Andrews Edward, seaman, r. 841 Howard 
Andrews Edwin O., cabinetmaker, r. 509 Minna 
Andrews Eli, r. 424 Bryant 

Andrews Emma Miss, "housekeeper, r. 957 Market 
Andrews F. K., r. 1228 Mission 

Andrews Frank G.. assistant secretary Board of Edu- 
cation, r. 320 Golden Gate Av 
Andrews Frederick E., painter, r. 715 Howard 
Andrews Frederick J., machinist, r. 908 Treat Av 
Andrews George, painter H. Frost, r. 1 Hampton PI 
Andrews George, showca.'iemaker, r. 13 Norfolk 
Andrews George W., bookkeeper E. & H. Moflfat, r. 1 

Hampton PI 
A.udre>vs Georgre P., colonel 1st Artillery U. S.A., 

commander Pesidio Reservation 
Andrews Gorham C, salesman Charles Sutton Jr. & 

Co.,r. 139 Ro.se Av 
Andrews Granville B., r. 447 1^ Jessie 
Andrews H. Mrs., r. 957 Market 
ndrews Hannah Mrs., lodgings, 174 Jessie and 21 
-Annie 

Andrews Hannah M., widow, furnished rooms, 503 

Mason 
Uidrews Harry, r 312 Bartlett 
Andrews Henry M., first lieutenant 1st Artillery U S 

A., Alcatraz Island 
ndrews Hu.ch, molder, r. 1 Simpson PI 
Lndrews James, clerk, r. 9j7 Market 
indrews James, clerk Breeze & Loughran, r. 1009 

Powell 
.ndrews James, crockery, 248 Third 
ndrews Jeremiah, engineer stmr Emma 
ndrews Jesse, clerk, r. 1 Hampton PI 
ndrews John C, machinist, r. 203 Second 
udrews John. r. 957 Market 
ndrews Joseph, laborer, r. 13 Johnson Av 
ndrews Joseph, blacksmith's helper S. P. RE r 

220 Sixteenth 
ndrews L.. r. 207 Post 
ndrews L. E. Miss, r. 1228 Mission 
ndrews Lewis T.. machinist Murray Bros r 15 

Hampton PI 
ndrews Milander, laborer, r. 308 Seventh 
ndrews Oliver, wholesale hog butcher, St. Thomas, 

bet Platte and Savannah, r. SW cor Venezuela 

and Platte 
ndrews Otis C, teamster McNab & Smith, r. 685 

Harrison 
ndrews Richard, stevedore, r. 384 Dolores 
ndrews Robert, miner, r. 636 Stevenson 
ndrews Samuel, laborer, r. 24 Natoma 
ndrews Thomas G., carpenter, r. 1016 Powell 
ndrews Thomas H., r. 28 Pearl 



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AnUrews ihomus J., maltster, r. 430 Braunau 
Andrews Thomas P., clerk, r. 957 Market 
Andrews Tyre Jf ., carpenter, r. 39 White PI 
Andrews W. Clark, buyer Jones kXio., r. 1410 Sacra- 
mento 
Andrews William, agent, r. 1832 Powell 
Andrews William, stonecutter, r. 209 Leldesdorflf 
Andrews William A., salesman W. & I. Steinhart k 

Co., r. W s Dolores, nr Sixteenth 
Andrews William C, weigher assayer's dept U. S 

Mint, r. Silver State House 
8^ Andrews. See Andrew and Andrus 
Andros Henry, machinist, r. 18 First 
Andros Milton, attorney at law, 224 Sansome, r. 

301 Van Ness Av 
Andross J. H., clerk ticket auditor C. P. RR., r. 1045 

Mission 
Andross Porter H., clerk coiner's dept U. S. Mint, r 

1004 Bush 
Andrus Caroline, widow, r. 71 Tehama 
Andrus Ernest, seaman, r. 4 Federal 
Andrus George, fireman Sutter St. RR., r. 236 Minna 
Andrus George W., new and secondhand furniture 

2015 Mission 
Andrus Jesse B., clerk local freight office C. P. RR 

r. 227 Geary 
Andriis P. B., mnfr medicines, 922 Howard 
Andrus Peter, teamster, r. 530 Howard 
Andrns Waglxbarne R., secretary Board of 
Railroad Commissioners, office 14 Dnpont, rooms 
25-29, r. Oakland t^ , ^^ 

Andruss George H., with Tallant k Co., r. San Mateo 
Andrzejowski Madelina, widow, r. 702 Bush 
Andaran C. <& Co. (Charles Anduran and Charles 
Carpy) importers and jobbers foreign and Cali- 
fornia wines, and proprietors Uncle Sam Wine 
Cellars and Distillery, Napa, Cal., office 517 Sac- 
ramento 
Anduran Charles (C. Anduran & Co.) r. 738 Pacific 
Anespie James. laborer Golden Gate Park 
Angel James M.. carpenter G. H. Moore, r. 528 Hayes 
Angel Jerome E., teamster A. T. Noble, r. NW cor 

Thirtieth and San Jose Av 
Angel John, cabinetmaker West Coast Furniture Co 

r. 522 Eighth 
Angel Simon X., French Ben. Soc. 
l^"Angel. See Angell 
Angelbeck Martin, laborer Enterprise Brewery and 

Malt House, r. 2019 Folsom 
Angele John, r. 817 Montgomery 
Angelis August, tinsmith Emile Boesch 
Angelius Charles, mattressmaker, r. 7.56 Howard 
Angelius John D., driver Albany Brewing Co., r. 756 

Howard 
Angelius Richard Jr., cooper, r. "(56 Howard 
Angell Andrew J., real estate and note broker 

424 Montgomery, r. 1327 Valleio 
Angell Charles C, shoemaker, r. 1327 Vallejo 
Angell Chester L., draftsman Golden State and Miners' 

Iron Works, r. 11 Clementina 
Angell Elmer A., painter Lloyd & Donovan, r. 1327 

Vallejo 
Angell Henry, teamster, r. Capitol House 
Angell Horace B., superintendent Golden State 

and Miners' Iron Works, r. 11 Clementina 
Angell Jonathan W., druggist, 272 First, r. 554 

Bryant 
Angell John C, insurance agent, r. 800 Stockton 
Angell Otis B., bookkeeper Golden State and Miners' 

Iron Works, r. 11 Clementina 
Angell S. E. Mrs., dressmaker, 931 Market, room 41 
^^■ADgell. See Angel 
Angella Mitchell, laborer Pac. Rolling Mills, r. E s 

Tennessee, bet Butte and Solano, rear 
Angelo Edward J., bookkeeper Atlas Iron Works, r 

1327 Howard ' 

Angelo Henry J., drug clerk Wm. J. Brvan, r. 19 Moss 
Angelovich Joseph, cook. r. 1206 Larkin 






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An-er Frank, musician, r. 824 Pacific, rear 
Anger Frank Jr., painter, r. 824 Pacific, rear 
Angerstein Charles, laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 

711 Rrannaif 
Angerstein Fred., musician, r. 439 Sixth 
Angerstein L., first oificer stmr Oregon 
Angler Abbv A. Miss, private school, 1417 Larkin 
Aneier Albert W., printer, 530 Commercial 
Aniier Albert W. Jr., paper box mnfr, 530 Commercial 
Angier Annie H., widow, r. 1417 Larkin 
Angier Walter T., bookkeeper S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 

1417 Larkin „,„ ,^ 

Anglade Jacques, laundryman, r. 2111 Mason 
Anglade John E., milk ranch, Woolsey, nr Hamilton, 

U M. T. 
Anglasay Thomas, groceries and liquors, 713 Brannan 
Angle Casper, soapdresser New England Soap Co., r. 

522 Eighth ^ ^ , 

Anglin Charles H., longshoreman, r. 37 Sacramento 
Anglin Daniel, laborer, r. 42 Jessie, rear 
An|lin Edward, laborer C. P. KK., r. 624 Fourth 
Anglin Mary, widow, r. 42 Jessie, rear 
Anglin Patrick, r. 2723 Bryant 
Anglin Thomas, packer, r. 721 Minna 
Anglo-Californian Bank (limited) Frederick 
F Low and Ignatz Steinhart managers, Philip N. 
Lilienthal cashier, NE cor Sansome and Pme 
Anfflo-Mexlcan Mining and liand Co. (Sin- 
aloa. Mexico) Charles A. Morse secretary, 217 
Sansome, room 8 
Angman Charles, painter, r. 108 J^ Turk 
Angonnet Charles, French Ben. Soc. 
Angonnet Frank, laundry, 927 Washington, rear 
Angonnet Frank P., clerk, r. 927 Washington, rear 
Angonnet Lottie Miss, dressmaker, r. 927 Washington, 

rear 
Angoustures Jacques, French Ben. Soc. 
Angoustures Vincent, French Ben. Soc. 
Angstrom Charles P., rigger, r. 1030 Alabama 
Angue Milan, sallmaker Neville & Co., r. 49 Stan- 
Angus James S., cashier Nevada Bank of San 
Francisco, NW cor Montgomery and Pine, r. 1422 
Hyde 
Anie Frederick, varnisher, r. 224 Sixth 
Ankel Bernard, r. 566 Minna 
Ankel Harry, jeweler, r. W0514 Minna 
Ankel Simon, clerk, r. 566 Minna 
Ankele John H.. cashier Walter Speyer, r. 26McAllis. 

ter 
Anker G. Henry, pressman Argonaut, r. 615 Octavia 
Anker George, second officer P. M. SS. Co., r. 754 

Bryant 
Anker J. Charles, letter carrier Post Office, Station A, 

r. 615 Octavia 
Ankers Andrew, coffee saloon, 529 Washington 
Ankers Christian, coffee saloon, 626 Kearny, r. 620 

Washington 
Ankerson A., salesman I X L, r. 1509 Leavenworth 
Annacles Frederick, carwasher Presidio KB., r. 8 

Ferrie, nr Geary 
Annah Thomas, collector Chronicle, r. 1229 Lombard 
Annette Baptiste, French Ben. Soc. 
Annibale Massoni, peddler, r. 6 Chamber 
Annis Charles H., shoefinisher Cahn, Nickelsburg & 

Co., r. 519 Franklin 
Annis Charles H. Jr., shoecutter, r. 3133^ Grove 
Annis James S., policeman, r. 1241 Mission 
Anozltas Nicholas, fruits, 26 Stockton 
Ansbro James J., peddler, r. 3038 Sixteenth 
Ansbro Sarah Mrs., produce, 3038 Sixteenth 
Ansburg Charles B., butcher, r. 1713 Dupont 
Ansela Ernest, shoemaker, r. S s Cumberland, nr 
ijJ Church 

^ Anselmi Baptesta, French Ben. Soc. 
QC Ansell Louis, cook Lick House, r. 24 Mary 
«t Anshel Samuel, fruits and vegetables, 410}^ Sixth 
p Ansiglioni Julia, widow, r. 822 Pacific 



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Ansley Barzillia, 

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Ansley Louis, seaman stmr Santa Maria 
Ansley Washington, cooperage, 14 Merchant 
Ansolabebere John, boarding, 20 Stockton PI 
Anson A. G., brakeman S. P. RR., r. 987 Harrison 
Anson Henry, master mariner, r. 410 Broadway 
Anson Henry, paperhanger, 909 Geary 
Anson Henry S., canvasser Morning Call, r.310 Mont- 
gomery Av 
Anson H. J., r. 1.511 Mason 
Anson Joseph G., clerk Eedington & Co., r. 15U 

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Anson Patrick F., painter B. Bradley, r. 1511 Mason 
Anson Richard, painter, r. 909 Geary 
Anson Richard J., clerk, r. 909 Geary 
Anspacher Philip, r. 541 McAllister 
Anspacher Simon, office 107 Battery, r. Liverniore ^ 
Anstett A.& Co. (Charles Krueter, James Denehy an* 

Daniel Donohue) proptrs Lafayette Brewery, (25- 

727 Green 
Antheman Antoine, French Ben. Soc. 
Anthers John A., paperhanger, r. 225 Waller 
Anthes Frank, with George C. Shreve & Co., r. 1016 

Mason -.r ^ 4.1. t 

Anthes Frederick P., salesman O'Connor. Moffat t & 

Co., r. 1016 Mason „„ „.^x ^-t" 

Anthes Otto, jeweler Louis Miller Jr., r. 237 Fifteenth 
Anthes Peter, bartender Saenger Halle, r. 2 Sophie. 

Anthonison H., laborer Am. Sugar Refinery, r. Prin^j P 

gle Court, nr Greenwich 
Anthony Abraham, policeman, r. 927 H Post 
Anthony A. G., conductor S. P. RE., r. 987 Harrison 
Anthony Albert, clerk Quaker Dairy, r. 1426 Geary 
Anthony Edward A., bookkeeper E. T. Anthony & 

r. 124 Oak „ ^' , , ,. 

Anthony Edward T. (E.T. Anthony & Co.) andleath 

dealer, 415 Market, r. 124 Oak „ x, •ot> 

Anthony Edwin R., clerk Paymaster's Office C. P. KK., 

r. Alameda 
Anthony E. E. Mrs., r. 305 Kearny 
Anthony Emma, widow, r. 921 Sutter -^ 

Anthony E. T. & Co. (Edward T. Anthony) repackeri, W 

407 Commercial . *: ^ 

Anthony Florence Miss, teacher music, r.ll5 Sevenw IP 
Anthony Frank, laborer C. P. RR. ^ 

Anthony George W., cigars and tobacco, and moneffpf 

broker, SE cor Bush and Kearny, r. 238 Kearny 
Anthony H. A. (Anthony & Janke) r. 244 Sutter 
Anthony Henry, cutler Will & Finck, r. 1315 Stocktoi W 
Anthony Henry J., peddler, r. 116 Ivy Av '^ 

Antliony JoUn A., local freight agent 0. P. n&, r 

r. Alameda 
Anthony Mark, r. 1327 Twenty-fourth 
Anthony Richard M., bookkeeper V. S., Sub Treasuif 1 

r. Oakland 4 "" 

Anthony Theresa Mrs., widow, r. 824 Folsom '. ' 

Anthony William O., salesman, r. 1 Eddy J !f^ 

Anthony William T. r. 14 Eddy J J 

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Anthony & Janke (H. A. Anthony and John Jai 

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B®" Anthony. See Antoni and Antony 
Antich Mary Mrs., r. 326 Geary 
AntipoNicholas,fruitdealer,r. 114 Dupont ; 

Antipo Panie, chicken ranch. Crescent Av, nr So 

van, B. H. „ 

AntiseU Piano Co., T. M. Antisell proptr. 24-2 

Ellis „ t, 

Antisell Tliomas M., proptr AntiseU Piano O* »' 

24-26 Ellis, r. 508 Eddy 
Antisell William C. , manager Antisell Piano 08 pi 

r. 56 St. Ann's Building ,"'' 

Antola Angelo, porter, r. 1407 M Kearny 
Antone John, r. 305 Davis 
Antone Louis, millman Lafayette Brewery . r.725 Gree 



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\ntonelle Joseph S. , railroad contractor, office 

"13 Montgomery, r. Oaklaud 
Vntouelli Viucent, fish, 21-22 Grand Western Market, 

r. 814 Montgomery 
VntoiKtti Edward, housepaintfr, r. 2854 Zoe 
intoui Eriueuegildo, fish, 1 Clay St. Market, r. 520 

MeroUaut 

Intoniazze Pedro, laborer, r. O'Connell PI 
Uitouio Bruce, marblecutter, r. 1192 Kearny 
Lntouio Joseph, waiter, r. 108 Tt-hama 
intonio Joseph, porter Cal. Cracker Co., r. 11 Union PI 
intouioli G. (.\utonioli & Burich) r. 1210M Polk 
intouioli & Burich (G. .\ntonloli and G. Burich) 

proptrs Western Oyster House, VilOU Polk 
intODs Hermann, seaman schr Little River, r. 29 

Jackson 

iDtony Francis, laborer C. P. RR., r. 37 Clara 
ntouy Mary E. M , r. 510 Stockton 
.ntrim Howard D., messenger Wells, Fargo i Co., r. 

046 Jessie 
.ntron Peter, laborer, r. 3 Ivy A.v 
ntunovich Florio, restaurant, 520 Sacramento and 

403 East, r. 712 Green 
ntunovich Nicholas, manager Florio Antunovich, r. 

533 I'nion 
atz Henry, butcher, 1-2 Grand Western Market, r. 

112 Austin 
nzenhofer Louis, farmer. Ocean House Flat 
owki King, Silverman Palace Hotel, r. G9 Natoma 
paricio Juan, trader, r. 1922 Sacramento 
pel Eliza, domestic, 1750 Franklin 
pel John, architect, r. 1007 Union 
pel John, bricklayer, r. 231G Mason 
pelt Charles M., shirt mnfr, r. 1305 Stockton 
Pgar George W., laborer Custom House 
pgar Jacob M., laborer Custom House, r. 1552 How- 
ard 
pgar R. M., attorney at law, 230 Montgomery, r. 

Oakland 
pot liecaries Hall, W.J.Bryan druggist, 3 New 

Montgomery, Grand Hotel 
ppe Joseph, fruits, 536 Sixteenth, r. 1912 Mission, 

rear 
ipel Alvin H., laborer, r. 21 Hunt 
ipel Frank, baker H. Blum, r. 1817 Powell 
ipel Helena Miss, bookkeeper, r. 411 Larkin 

el Herman, upholsterer G. W. Andrus, r. 623 

Howard 
ppel Samuel, extraman Hook and Ladder No. 3 S 

F. F. D.,r. 116 Eleventh 
?pel Simon, clothing, 247 Fourth 
?pel William, polisher Pac. Furniture Manufactory. 
■^ r. 247 Fourth 

Appel. See Apple 
jpell John C, cabinetmaker, r. 731 Sixteenth 
jpiarius Frank W., groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Post and Larkin, r. 1810 O'Farrell 
jpiarius Henry C. (Lohsen & Appiarius) r. 15 Wash- 
ington Av 
iple Abraham, barber, r. 305 Hayes 
)ple Henry, cigarmaker, r. 305 Hayes 
>ple Isadore, salesman, r. 305 Hayes 
pie Jacob, cashier Cunningham, Curtiss & Welch, 

r. 305 Hayes 
pie Louis, r. 2018^ Taylor 
(pie Robert, bookkeeper William E. Lane, r. 109 

Fifth 

pple Sarah Mrs., dry and fancy goods, 305 Hayes 
pie Wolf, r. 305 Hayes ' 
~ Apple. See Appel 

plebaum Max (Michael & Co.) r. 33J«S Moss 
plebee Jane, widow, r. 21 Gilbert, rear 
plegate Frank E., clerk Commercial Ins. Co.. r. 

ISIT)^ Sutter 
plegate J. Henry Jr., insurance agent, 219 Sansome, 

r. 1817}^ Sutter 

UTUATBENEFiT LIFE INS. CO. 

OF NEW JERSEY. 
Jsets, $37,589,927 61 

Policies AssoLUTEtT Nox-Forfeitable. 
• oaB* of liapse, the Policy is Cootinned 
n Force as long as its value will paj for. 

rty Insuring at age 35 on Life plan is entitled to 
over 4 years' insurance for 2 years' premiums; 
over 10 years' insurance for 5 years' premiums ; 
over ao years' insurance for 10 years' premiums. 

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Applegate John J., soap mnfr, r. 1615 Webster 
Applegate Joslah H., attorney at law, 729 Montgomery 

room 2, r. 711 Jones 
Appleton Harry, upholsterer, r. 525 J^ Stevenson 
Appleton House, Lottie A. Lyford proptr, 33 Fifth 
.\ppleton Thomas, salesman, 2 Rose PI 
Appo Junius B., porter stmr Orizaba, r. Oakland 
Appo William, waiter The Baldwin 
Appraisers' Building U. S., Es Sansome, bet 

Washington and Jackson 
Appraisers U. S., office U. S. Appraisers' Build- 
ing, second floor 
Appy Harriet, physician, office and r. 114 Geary 
Apted Walter J. boatman H. J. Boese, r. llSFjancisco 
Arabarco Pierre, French Ben. Soc. 
Arabian Coffee and Spice 3Iills, Hills Bros. 

proptrs, 400 Sansome 
Arata Andrea (Lavezzo & Arata) r. 511 J^ Fourth 
Arata Angelo, bootblack, r. 1510 Dupont 
Arata Angelo, laborer, r. 14 Union PI 
Arata Francisco, livery stable, 421 Broadway, r. 517 

Greenwich 
Arata Giovanni, laborer D. Ghirardelli & Sons, 417 

Jackson 
Arata Giovanni, vegetables, 31 Colombo Market 
Arata Giuseppe, bootblack, r. 511 J^ Greenwich 
Arata Giuseppe, clerk, r. 14 Union PI 
Arata Giuseppe, vegetables, 47 Colombo Market 
Arata John, scavenger, r. 21 H Lapidge 
Arata L. & Co. (Louis Arata, Charles Casassa and Lelio 

V. Paulucci) produce commission, 515 Davis 
Arata Louis (L. Arata & Co.) r. 907 Steiner 
Arata Luigi, r. 2012 Mason 
Arata M. A., laborer, r. 736 Vallejo, rear 
Arata Mary, widow, r. 7 Water 
Arata Nicholas, laborer S. F. Pioneer Woolen Factory, 

r. 2217 Mason 
Arata Nicolo, laborer, r. 2410 J$ Taylor 
Arata Pablo, vegetable garden , SE cor Hayes and Baker 
Arata Paul, stableman, r. 420 Broadway 
Arata Paolo B., soapmaker S. F. Pioneer Woolen Fac- 
tory, r. 2217 Mason 
Arata Serafiuo (Arata & Guinasso) r. 801 Bush 
Arata Stafino, scavenger, r. 5 Maiden Lane 
Arata Stephen, bootblack, r.1510 Dupont 
Arata Stephen, junk, 1526 Stockton, r. 6 Hartmann 
Arata & Guinasso (Serafino Arata and Antonio Guin- 
asso) fruits and vegetables, SOl-803 Bush 
Arbaletti Filippo, gardener, r. S s Fell bet Devisadero 

and Scott 
Arbogast Frederic, carpetlaver Frank G. Edwards, r. 

934 Union 
Arcade House, Mrs. M. A. Giflford proptr, 930 Market 
.\rcade House, Charles F. Smith proptr, 45 Sacra- 
mento 
Arcade Restaurant, Charles Kopp proptr, 11-13 

Sixth 
Arcade The, J. J. O'Brien & Co. proprietors, 

924-928 Market 
Arcadia Hall, 139 Post 
Arcadian Club, rooms 211 Sutter 
Arceago John, candymaker Rotger & Bischoff, r. 505 

Green 
Archer Charles H., machiaist Cyclops Machine 

Works, r. 417 Fifth 
Archer Edward, carpenter, r. 22 Stanly PI 
Archer Edward, cook, r. 139 Natoma 
Archer E. E., conductor Geary St. RR., r. 1602 Geary 
Archer James, machinist P. M. SS. Co. 
Archer Jennie, capmaker, r. 415 >^ Fifth 
Archer Louis G., dishwasher Jeremiah Slattery, 521 

Howard 
Archer William, machinist .Etna Iron Works, r. 415 

Fifth 
Archer William -Jr., mattressmaker, r. 415 Fifth 
Archibald A , seaman, r. 908 Sansome 
Archibald Arthur W., foreman Yerba Buena Livery 
Stable, r. 466 M Sixth 




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Fire Grates and Tile. 

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Archibald Emma, domestic, 1801 Van Ness Av 
Archibald John, deckhand stmr Eureka 
Archibald James W., molder, r. 9 Hubbard 
Arcliibald P. L,. iSi Co. (Prescott L. Archibald 
proprietors Yerba Buena Livery Stable, 13*2-1344 

Archibald Prescott L. (P. L. Archibald & Co.) r. 100 

McAllister 
Architectural Ironworks, 0'Connell& Lewis proptrs, 

230-236 Steuait 
Arcsberger Martin, housepainter, r. 119 Morris Av 
Arctic Fishing Co. (Alaska) Cutting Packing Co. 

agents, oface 17 Main 
Arctic Oil AVorUs, Josiah N. Knowles manager, 
Edwin L. Griffith secretary, office 28 California, 
works SE cor Illinois and Center 
Ardantz Bernard, French Ben. Soc. 
Ardery James A., engineer, r. 563 J^ Minna 
Arditti Paolo, gardener. Ocean House Road 
Ardizzi Beneditto, French Ben. Soc. 
Aremigno Giacomo, vocalist, r. 11 Bartol 
Arena Arthur, drug clerk, r. 105 Stockton 
Arena David, gram merchant, r. 105 Stockton 
Arend Henry A., solicitor Cal. Patron, r. 32 Fourth 
Arendt Edward, upholsterer S. P. ER.. r. Alameda 
Arena Adelbert. seaman, r. 10 Washington 
Arensberg Herman, physician, r. 106 Langton 
Arents Edward, clerk, r. 616 California 
Arey Harry, civil engineer, r. 812 Kearny 
Arey Robert B., master mariner, r. 1715 Eddy 
Arey Walter W., clerk Bandmann, Nielsen & Co., r 

2225 California 
Arey Walter W. Jr., r. 2225 California 
Arfort S. Mrs., r. 549 Folsom 

Arfsten Arfst J. (Arfsten & Bro.) r. Terminus Hotel 
Arfsten Broder (Arfsten & Bro.) r. Terminus Hotel 
Arfsten Emil, cellarman B. Dreyfus & Co. 
Arfsten Knudt E., cabinetmaker J. Kemp & Co., r. 

Oakland 
Arfsten & Brother (Broder and Arfst J.) proptrs Ter- 
minus Hotel, S s Twenty-eighth, nr Valencia 
Argall John, r. 628 Golden Gate Av 
Argana Giuseppe, groceries, 1224 Dupont 
Argenta Mining Co. (Elko Co., Nev.) E. M. Hall secre- 
tary, 20 S. F. Stock and Exchange Bldg 
Argenti Frank, clerk John H. Dawson, r. Mission, nr. 

Twenty-sixth „ ._ 

Argenti Jerome J. B., clerk Wm. M. Searby, r. 8o9 

Market 
Argenti Joseph T., horseshoer, r. 2940 Mission 
Argenti Lazaro, fisherman, r. 3 Vallejo 
Argenti Tullio. marblecutter, r. 2942 Mission 
Argenti Tullio Jr., blacksmith P. W. Commins, r. 2940 

Mission , , 

Argonaut Publisliing Co., F. M. Pixley presi- 
dent, Jerome A. Hart secretary, A. P. Stanton 
business manager, publishers and proprts The 
Argonaut, 213 Dupont 
Argonaut TUe (weekly) Argonaut Publishing Co. 

publishers and proptrs, 213 Dupont 
Arguello Albert, r. 113 Stockton 

Arguello Joseph R., clerk Wm. Black, r. 300 Valencia 
Arguello Lola Miss, r. 912 Bush 
Arguello Tuba Miss, r. 912 Bush 
Arguello Virginia Miss, r. 818 Sutter 
Ariani Santi, boarding and liquors, 894 Front, r. 1020 
Montgomery , ^ -r. xi. ., 

Ariel Rowing Club, N s Merrimac, bet Fourth and 

Kentucky 
Arine August, baker, r. 625 Clay 
Ariola Alexandra Miss, r. 24 Scott 
Ariola Elizabeth, widow, r. 24 Scott 
Ariola Virginia Miss, seamsti-ess, r. 24 Scott 
Arion Halle, Herry Grimm proptr, NE cor Sutter 

and Kearny 
Arlon House, Fred. Huber proptr, 13-lo Page 
Arislia Jose M.. French Ben. Soc. 
Arisson M., laborer Pac. Rolling Mills 



Aristuide Gustav. cook, r. 16 M Hunt 
Arizona Block, SW cor Market and Main 
Arizona Hotel, Adolph Classen proptr. 11-13 Clay 
Arjo Manuel, salesman G. Venard, r. 136 Lombard 
Ario P., packer G. Venard, r. 136 Lombard 
Arkwrighi Charles Mrs. , teacher music, r. 115 Seventh 
Arl Joseph, waiter, r. 6 Burcham PI 
Arlie Mining Co. (Pima Co., A. T.) C. C. Harvey sec 

retarv, 309 California, room 1 
Arling Isaac, watchman, r. 2731 Bryant 
Arlington House, Mrs. W. H. Brown proptr, 127 

Kearny 
Armager Charles W., sergeant police, r. 90o Market 
Armand Adolphe, bookkeeper and cashier Abend Post, 

r. 2620 Sutter 
Armand August, r. 810 Vallejo 
Armand Celine Mrs., dressmaker, r. 810 Vallejo 

ARMAND LOUIS professor 
Frencli, Latin and Greek. TUoroujrU 
preparation of pupils for Harvard, 
Yale and Princeton Colleges, 37 Post 

Armbruster B. Mrs., furnished rooms, 118 Dupont 
Armbruster Julius, engraver, r. 808 Leavenworth 
Armbruster Sophia, widow, r. 118 Shipley 
Armer Andrew M., bookkeeper S. B. Dinkelspiel a 

Co., r. 1424 Bush 
Armer Benjamin, shipping clerk M. Amer & Co., r. 

1424 Biish 
Armer Herman, commercial traveler M. Amer & Co., 

r. 1454 O'Farrell , 

Armer Joseph L., bookkeeper M. Amer & Co., r. 14^ 

Bush ^ ^ 

Armer M. & Co. (Max Armer) manufacturers 

cigars and dealers tobacco, 306-308 Sacramento 
Armer Max (M. Armer & Co.) r. 1424 Bush 
Armes Charles W. (Armes & Dallam) r. Oakland 
Armes Edgar C, bookkeeper La Grande Laundry, r. 

713 Polk 
Armes Francisco T., carpenter, r. 116 Jackson 
Armes George W. (Armes & Dallam) r. Oakland 
Armes W. H.. r. 1008 Howard 

Armes «& Dallam (George W. and Charles W. 
Armes and Richard B. Dallam) importers and 
jobbers wooden and willow ware, wrapping 
paper, churns, etc., 226-232 Front, cor Sacra- 
mento 
B^ Armes. See Arms 
Arminger Thomas H., lumberman, r. NE cor Bryant 

and Beale 
Armington Edward J., compositor Spirit of the Times, 

r. 909 Bush 
Armington Edward R., tailor, r. 909 Bush 
Armington L. E., commercial traveler, r. 942 Mission 
Armistead Howell V., student Robert A. McLean, r. 

603 Merchant 
Armistead John, waiter, r. 647 Mission 
Armitage Arthur, house painter, r. 157 Minna 
Armitage Edward, seaman, r. 572 Folsom 
Armitage Herbert, butcher, r. 928 Harrison 
Armitage John, r. 1008 McAllister 
Armitage Joseph, painter, r. 1008 McAllister 
Armitage T. W., clerk C. P. RR. local freight office, r. 
719 Eddy M 

Armitage William, artist, r. 157 Minna ■ 

Armitage William, hackman, r. 640 Howard ■ 

Armitage William H., draftsman T. J. Welsh, r. Oak- 

Armknecht Louis, blacksmith National Iron Works, 

r. 1020 Army ^ 

Armonino Giovanni, Garibaldi Guard, 423 Broadway 
Armory Exehiange Saloon, Henry A. Breed* 

proptr, cor New Montgomery and Minna 
Arms Richard D., clerk, r. 427 Third 
Armsbury Eugene W., engineer stmr Columbia 
Armstead John W., waiter, r. 647 Mission 
Armstrong Albert M., principal St. Helena School, 
Napa, r. 812 Grove 



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Armstrong .Xjiibrose H., plasterer, r. 257 Minna 
Annstrouf; Andrew, waiter, r. 64 Silver 
Armstong Andrew J., bartender, r. 13.5 Dore 
Armi^tronK Angel, miller Pioneer White Lead and 

Color Works, r. 3-.!2 Third 
ArmstronK CbarleR, r. 18W5 Jessie 
Arnistrontc Charles A., cooper R. Armstrong, r. 521 

Mission 
Armstrong Charles F., cooper Coos Bay Stave and 

Lumber Co., r. Alameda 
Armstrong Christopher, boilermakers' helper, r. 2811 

Harrison 
Armstrong David Mrs., clerk Scboenholz Bros. & Co., 

r. 1907 Buchanan 
.Armstrong Dennis, canvasser, r. 319 Ivy Av 
Armstrong Edgar M., waiter E. Newman, r. 232 Minna 
Armstrong Frank, driver G.W. Emmons, r. 307 Fourth 
Armstrong Frederick W., drayman Neustadter Bros , 

r. 2 Whites PI 
Armstrong George, r. 526 Turk 
Aniistronu' Gcortre K.. bookkeeper, r. 127 Kearny 

ARMSTRONG GEORGE F. 

(teiiler picture frames, iiioldiii'':^, ■»vin- 
«ioAV cornices, passe-partouts, paint- 
intfs nnd steel engravings, 733 Market, 
r. 1001 Twenty-lirst 

Armstrong George W., washer City Front Livery Sta- 
bles, r. 25 Washington 
Armstrong Gustave, cooper B. Armstrong, r. 363 Mis- 
sion 
Armstrong Henry, seaman, r. 24 Louisa 
Armstrong Henry J., puiiiter, r. S s Randall, nr Che- 

nery 
Armstrong Herbert G., stockbroker, 318 Montgomery, 

r. 125!^ Oak 
Armstrong James, r. 2811 Harrison 
Armstrong James, clerk C. P. RR., r. 419 Geary 
Armstrong James, laborer, r. SW cor Bryant Av and 

Mariposa 

Armstrong James, melter U. S. Mint, r. 2519 Larkin 
Armstrong James, theatrical agent, 628 Montgomery, 

room 97 

Armstrong James Mts-, r. 602 Le- venworth 
Armstrong James T. (J. T. Armstrong & Co.) r. 250 

Jessie 
Armstrong Johanna, widow, r. cor Cherubusco and 

Henrietta, B. H. 
Armstrong John, billiard varnisher P. Liesenfeld 
Armstrong John, helper Moynihan & Aitken, r. 602 

Leavenworth ' 

Armstrong John, laborer, r. 20 Otis PI 
Armstrong John, salesman Grolden Palace Tea Store, 

r. 434 Jessie 
Armstrong John A., foreman Rudolph Armstrong, r. 

563 Mission 
Armstrong John A., laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 

W s Georgia, bet Sierra and Napa 
Armstrong Jolm F., conductor Presidio RR., r. 1209 

Mission 

Armstrong John G., cooper B. Armstrong, r. 6 Derby 
Armstrong John L« laborer, r.cor Shasta and Illinois 
Armstrong John L., stockbroker, 318 Montgomerv, r. 

812 Grove 
Armstrong JohnL. Jr., bookkeeper J. L. Armstrong, 

r. 812 Grove 
Armstrong John R., delivery clerk P. M. SB. Co's 

Wharf, r. 1519 Howard 
Armstrong Joseph, helper melter and refiner's dept 

r. S. Mint, r. 2519 Larkin 
Armstrong J. T. & Co. (J. T. Armstrong and James 

Roes) coal oil and lamps, 627 Kearny 
Armstrong Lucy A., widow, furnished rooms, 923 

Washington 
Armstrong Mary, widow, r. 28 Seventh 
Armstrong Mary, widow, furnished rooms, r. 870 

Mission 



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XEWARK, NEW JERSEY. 
PREMIUMS RECEIVE^ $97,920,341 34. 

*reniiuuiH may be iiaifl nil oafth, or on tbe 

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FRATINGER & CO. 

HEADQUARTERS FOR 

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NEWEST GOODS. LATEST STYLES, LOWEST PRICES. 
105 KEARNY STREET. 

Armstrong M. J. Miss, dressmaking, 131 Post 
Armstrong M. P., boilermaker, r. NE cor Fifth and 

Braniian 
Armstrong Nellie Miss, teacher Hayes Valley Gram- 
mar School, r. 812 Grove 
Armstrong Peter, fisherman, r. cor Baker and Jeffer- 
son 
Armstrong Richard (Toung & Armstrong) r. 2329 Mis- 
sion 
Armstrong Richard B., clerk John Eavanagb, r. 1137 

Pine 
Armstrong Robert, carpenter, r. 466 J^ Sixth 
Armstrong Robert, piledriver, r. 106 Steoart 
Armstrong Robert B., clerk Redington & Co., r. 602 

Leavenworth 
Armstrongs Rudolph, cooperage, 221 Main and 

72 Oregon, r. 1023 Hampshire 
Armstrong Samuel C, hatter Armstrong & Schmitt, 

r. 56i Bryant 
Armstrong Samuel M., salesman, r. 1026 Larkin 
Armstrong Sarah Miss, r. 710 California 
Armstrong S. J. Miss, r. 2210 Fillmore 
Armstrong S. P. Mrs., widow, r. 203Bartlett 
Armstrong Thomas C.,proptr Haywards, San Leandro 
and San Lorenzo Express, 3 Commercial, r. Hay- 
wards 
Armstrong Truman B., tinsmith Holbrook, Merrill & 

Stetson, r. 1719 Leavenworth 
Armstrong William, r. 526 Turk 
Armstrong William, r. H Third 

Armstrong William, clerk Headquarters Division of 
the Pacific, U. S. A., Presidio Reservation, r. 2130 
Union 
Armstrong William, compositor Chronicle, r. 615 

Minna 
Armstrong William, lineman, r. 1525 Js Post 
Armstrong William, grainer, r. 302 Capp 
Armstrong William, marine engineer, r. 14 Perry 
Armstrong William, policeman, r. 1637 Ellis 
Armstrong William F., grainer, r. 3u7 Eighteenth 
Armstrong William H., r. St. Ann's Building 
Armstrong William H., watchman new City Hall, r. 

1923 Fillmore 
Armstrong William J., salesman O'Connor, McfEatt & 

Co., r. 702 Sutter 
Armstrong WilLam S., clerk Freud & Sons. r. Oak- 
land 
Armstrong William W., accountant Hutchinson & 

Mann, r. 1212 Turk 
Armstrong Zachary T., clerk E. Lynch, r. 709 Taylor 
Armstrong: & Schmitt (T. Steiner and Edward 
A. Schmitt) hatters, and dealers hats and caps, 
726 Market 
Arnaboldi Angelo, cabinetmaker L. & E. Emanuel, r. 

621 Broadway 
Amaiz Alonzo, blacksmith, r. 1931 Union 



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and dealer •^vines and liquors, XW cor 
Post and Dupont, r. 308 Stockton 

Amaud Frank, milker C. Broar, r. S s Chestnut Av, 

bet Steiner and Pierce 
Amaud Jean B., French Ben. Soc. 
Amaud Matilda, widow, dressmaker, r. 1028 Pacific 
Arnaud Pierre, boxmaker Pac. Box Factory, r. 12 

Willow 
Arnberger Theodore, pressman Francis, Valentine k 

Co.,r.2 Moulton PI 
Arndt William R., laborer Am. Sugar Refinery 
Arnestn Even, seaman, r. 415 East 
Arnesen Henrikke, widow, r. 1917 Hyde 
Amest Sebastian, watchman X. P. C. RB., r. 135 Xa- 

toma 
Amett Nathaniel H., driver Hose Co. No. 5, S.F.F.D., 

r. 1517^ Market 
8^ Amett. See Arnott 

Arnhart Sterling P., plasterer, r. 128 Golden Gate Av 
Amheim Gustave S., clerk S. S. Arnheim, r. 8 Steuart 




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Fire Grates and Tile. 

309, 311, 313, 315 and 317 MARKET STREET. 

Archibald Emma, domestic, 1801 Van Ness Av 
Archibald John, deckhand stmr Eureka 
Archibald James W. , molder, r. 9 Hubbard 
ArcUibald P. L. «& Co. (Prescott L. Archibald) 
proprietors Yerba Buena Livery Stable, 1342-131i 
Market 
Archibald Prescott L. (P. L. Archibald & Co.) r. 100 

AIcA.llist€r 
Architectural Iron Works, O'Connell & Lewis proptrs, 

230-236 Steuait 
Arcsberger Martin, housepainter, r. 119 Morris Av 
Arctic Fishing Co. (Alaska) Cutting Packing Co. 

agents, office 17 Main 
Arctic Oil Works, Josiah N. Knowles manager, 
Edwin L. Griffith secretary, office 28 California, 
works SE cor Illinois and Center 
Ardantz Bernard, French Ben. Soc. 
Ardery James A., engineer, r. 563 M Minna 
Ardittl Paolo, gardener. Ocean House Eoad 
Ardizzi Beneditto, French Ben. Soc. 
Aremigno Giacomo, vocalist, r. 11 Bartol 
Arena Arthur, drug clerk, r. 105 Stockton 
Arena David, gram merchant, r. 105 Stockton 
Arend Henry A., solicitor Cal. Patron, r. 32 Fourth 
Arendt Edward, upholsterer S. P. ER.. r. Alameda 
Arena Adelbert, seaman, r. 10 Washington 
Arensberg Herman, physician, r. 106 Langton 
Arents Edward, clerk, r. 616 California 
Arey Harry, civil engineer, r. 812 Kearny 
Arey Robert B., master mariner, r. 1715 Eddy 
Arey Walter W., clerk Bandmann, Nielsen & Co., r. 

2225 California 
Arey Walter W. Jr., r. 2225 California 
Arfort S. Mrs., r. 549 Folsom 

Arfsten Arfst J. (Arfsten & Bro.) r. Terminus Hotel 
Arfsten Broder (Arfsten & Bro.) r. Terminus Hotel 
Arfsten Emil, cellarman B. Dreyfus & Co. 
Arfsten Knudt E., cabinetmaker J. Kemp & Co., r, 

Oakland 
Arfsten & Brother (Broder and Arfst J.) proptrs Ter 

minus Hotel, S s Twenty-eighth, nr Valencia 
Argall John, r. 628 Golden Gate Av 
Argana Giuseppe, groceries, 1224 Dupont 
Argenta Mining Co. (Elko Co., Nev.) E. M. Hall secre- 
tary, 20 S. F. Stock and Exchange Bldg 
Argenti Frank, clerk John H. Dawson, r. Mission, nr. 

Twenty- sixth 
Argenti Jerome J. B., clerk Wm. M. Searby, r. 859 

Market 
Argenti Joseph T., horseshoer, r. 2940 Mission 
Argenti Lazaro, tisherman, r. 3 Vallejo 
Argenti Tullio, marblecutter, r. 2942 Mission 
Argenti T\illio Jr., blacksmith P.W. Commins, r. 2940 

Mission 
Argonaut PuMisliing Co., F. M. Pixley presi- 
dent, Jerome A. Hart secretary, A. P. Stanton 
business manager, publishers and proprts The 
Argonautj213 Dupont 
Argonaut Tlie (weekly) Argonaut Publishing Co. 

publishers and proptrs, 213 Dupont 
Arguello Albert, r. 113 Stockton 

Arguello Joseph R., clerk Wm. Black, r. 300 Valencia 
Arguello Lola Miss, r. 912 Bush 
Arguello Tuba Miss, r. 912 Bush 
Arguello Virginia Miss, r. 818 Sutter 
Ariani Santi, boarding and liquors, 894 Front, r. 1020 

Montgomery 
Ariel Rowing Club, N 8 Merrimac, bet Fourth and 

Kentucky 
Arine August, baker, r. 625 Clay 
Ariola Alexandra Miss, r. 24 Scott 
Ariola Elizabeth, widow, r. 24 Scott 
Ariola Virginia Miss, seamstress, r. 24 Scott 
Arion Halle, Herry Grimm proptr, NE cor Sutter 

and Kearny 
Arion House, Fred. Huber proptr, 13-15 Page 
Arislia Jose M., French Ben. Soc. 
Arisson M., laborer Pac. Rolling Mills 



Aristuide Gustav, cook, r. 16 >$ Hunt 
Arizona Block, SW cor Market and Main 
Arizona Hotel, Adolph Classen proptr. 11-13 Clay 
Arjo Manuel, salesman G. Venard, r. 136 Lombard 
Arjo P., packer G. Venard, r. 136 Lombard 
Arkwright Charles Mrs. .teacher music, r. 115 Seventh 
Arl Joseph, waiter, r. 6 Burcham PI 
Arlie Mining Co. (Pima Co., A. T.) C. C. Harvey sec 

retary, 309 California, room 1 
Arling Isaac, watchman, r. 2731 Bryant 
Arlington House, Mrs. W. H. Brown proptr, 127 

Kearny 
Armager Charles W., sergeant police, r. 905 Market 
Armand Adolphe, bookkeeper and cashier Abend Post, 

r. 2620 Sutter 
Armand August, r. 810 Vallejo 
Armand Celine Mrs., dressmaker, r. 810 Vallejo 

ARMAND LOUIS processor 
Frencli, Latin and Greelc. Tliorougll 
preparation of pupils for Harvard, 
Yale and Princeton Colleges, 37 Post 

Armbruster B. Mrs., furnished rooms, 118 Dupont 
Armbriister Julius, engraver, r. 808 Leavenworth 
Armbruster Sophia, widow, r. 118 Shipley 
Armer Andrew M., bookkeeper S. B. Dinkelspiel & 

Co., r. 1424 Bush 
Armer Benjamin, shipping clerk M. Amer & Co., r. 

1424 Bush 
Armer Herman, commercial traveler M. Amer & Co., 

r. 1454 O'Farrell 
Armer Joseph L., bookkeeper M. Amer & Co., r. 1424 

Bush 
Armer M. & Co. (Max Armer) manufacturers 

cigars and dealers tobacco, 306-308 Sacramento 
Armer Max (M. Armer & Co.) r. 1424 Bush 
Armes Charles W. (Armes & Dallam) r. Oakland 
Armes Edgar C, bookkeeper La Grande Laimdry, r. 

713 Polk 
Armes Francisco T., carpenter, r. 116 Jackson 
Armes George W. (Armes & Dallam) r. Oakland 
Armes W. H.. r. 1008 Howard 

Armes & Dallam (George W. and Charles W. 
Armes and Richard B. Dallam) importers and 
jobbers wooden and willow ware, wrapping 
paper, churns, etc., 226-232 Front, cor Sacra- 
mento 
B^" Armes. See Arms 
Arminger Thomas H., lumberman, r. NE cor Bryant 

and Beale 
Arminglon Edward J., compositor Spirit of the Times, 

r. 909 Bush 
Armington Edward R., tailor, r. 909 Bush 
Armington L. E., commercial traveler, r. 942 Mission 
Armistead Howell V.. student Robert A. McLean, r, 

603 Merchant 
Armistead John, waiter, r. 647 Mission 
Armitage Arthur, house painter, r. 157 Minna 
Armitage Edward, seaman, r. 572 Folsom 
Armitage Herbert, butcher, r. 928 Harrison 
Armitage John, r. 1008 McAllister 
Armitage Joseph, painter, r. 1008 McAllister 
Armitage T. W., clerk C. P. ER. local freight office, r 

719 Eddy 
Armitage William, artist, r. 157 Minna 
Armitage William, hackman, r. 640 Howard 
Armitage William H., draftsman T. J. Welsh, r. Oak 

land „ , 

Armknecht Louis, blacksmith National Iron Works 

r. 1020 Armv 
Armonino Giovanni, Garibaldi Guard, 423 Broadwaj 
Armory Exchange Saloon, Henry A. Breedi 

proptr, cor New Montgomery and Minna 
Arms Richard D., clerk, r. 427 Third 
Armsbury Eugene W., engineer stmr Columbia 
Armstead John W.. waiter, r. 647 Mission 
Armstrong Albert M., principal St. Helena School 
Napa, r. 812 Grove 



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Armstrong Ambrose H., plasterer, r. 257 Minna 
Armstrong Andrew, waiter, r. Gi Silver 
Armstong Andrew J., bartender, r. 13.5 Dore 
Armstrong Angel, miller Pioneer White Lead and 

Color Works, r. 322 Third 
Armstrong Charles, r. 1806 Jessie 
Armstrong Charles A., cooper R. Armstrong, r. 521 

Mission 
Armstrong Charles F., cooper Coos Bay Stave and 

Lumber Co., r. Alameda 
Armstrong Christopher, boilermakers' helper, r. 2811 

Harrison 
Armstrong David Mrs., clerk Schoenholz Bros. & Co., 

r. 1907 Buchanan 
Armstrong Dennis, canvasser, r. 319 Ivy Av 
Armstrong Edgar M., waiter E.Newman, r. 232 Minna 
Armstrong Frank, driver G-.W. Emmons, r. 307 Fourth 
Armstrong Frederick W., drayman Neustadter Bros , 

r. 2 White's PI 
Armstrong George, r. 52G Turk 
Armstrong George R,, bookkeeper, r. 127 Kearny 

AEMSTROKG GEORGE F. 

denier picture frames, moldings, ■%viii- 
flo'w cornices, passe-partouts, paint- 
ing's and steel engravings, 735 Market, 
r. 1001 Twenty-flrst 

Armstrong George W., washer City Front Livery Sta- 
bles, r. 25 Washington 
Armstrong Gustave, cooper R. Armstrong, r. 563 Mis- 

sion 
Armstrong Henry, seaman, r. 24 Louisa 
Armstrong Henry J., painter, r. S s Randall, nr Che- 

nery 
Armstrong Herbert G., stockbroker, 318 Montgomery, 

r. 1-25^ Oak 
Armstrong James, r. 2811 Harrison 
Armstrong James, clerk C. P. RR., r. 419 Geary 
Armstrong James, laborer, r. SW cor Bryant Av and 

Mariposa 
Armstrong James, melter U. S. Mint, r. 2519 Larkin 
Armstrong James, theatrical agent, 628 Montgomery, 

room 97 
Armstrong James M^s., r. 602 Leavenworth 
Armstrong James T. (J. T. Armstrong & Co.) r. 250 

Jessie 
Armstrong Johanna, widow, r. cor Cherubusco and 

Henrietta, B. H. 
Armstrong John, billiard varnisher P.Liesenfeld 
Armstrong John, helper JVIoynihan & Aitken, r. 602 

Leavenworth ' 

Armstrong John, laborer, r. 20 Otis PI 
Armstrong John , salesman Golden Palace Tea Store, 

r. 434 Jessie 
Armstrong John A., foreman Rudolph Armstrong, r. 

563 Mission 
Armstrong John A., laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 

W s Georgia, bet Sierra and Napa 
Armstrong John F., conductor Presidio RR., r. 1209 

Mission 
Armstrong .John G., cooper R. Armstrong, r. 6 Derby 
Armstrong John L<» laborer, r.cor Shasta and Illinois 
Armstrong John L., stockbroker, 318 Montgomerv, r. 

812 Grove 
Armstrong JohnL. Jr., bookkeeper J. L. Armstrong, 

r. 812 Grove 
Armstrong John R., delivery clerk P. M. SS. Co's 

Wharf, r. 1519 Howard 
Armstrong Joseph, helper melter and refiner's dept 

V. S. Mint, r. 2519 Larkin 
Armstrong J. T. k Co. (J. T. Armstrong and James 

Ross) coal oil and lamps, 627 Kearny 
Armstrong Lucy A., widow, furnished rooms, 923 

Washington 
Armstrong Mary, widow, r. 28 Seventh 
Armstrong Mary, widow, furnished rooms, r. 870 

Mission 



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Armstrong M. J. Miss, dressmaking, 131 Post 
Armstrong M. P., boilermaker, r. NE cor Fifth and 

Braniian 
Armstrong Nellie Miss, teacher Hayes Valley Gram- 
mar School, r. 812 Grove 
Armstrong Peter, fisherman, r. cor Baker and Jeffer- 
son 
Armstrong Richard (Young & Armstrong) r. 2329 Mis- 
sion 
Armstrong Richard B., clerk John Kavanagb, r. 1437 

Pine 
Armstrong Robert, carpenter, r. 166 JiJ Sixth 
Armstrong Robert, piledriver, r. 106 Steuart 
Armstrong Robert B., clerk Redlngton & Co., r. 602 

Leavenworth 
Armstrong Rudolpli, cooperage, 221 Main and 

72 Oregon, r. 1023 Hampshire 
Armstrong Samuel C, hatter Armstrong & Schmitt, 

r. 564 Bryant 
Armstrong Samuel M., salesman, r. 1026 Larkin 
Armstrong Sarah Miss, r. 710 California 
Armstrong S. J. Miss, r. 2210 Fillmore 
Armstrong S. P. Mrs,, widow, r. 203Bartlett 
Armstrong Thomas Cproptr Haywards, San Leandro 
and San Lorenzo Express, 3 Commercial, r. Hay- 
wards 
Armstrong Truman B., tinsmith Holbrook, Merrill & 

Stetson, r. 1719 Leavenworth 
Armstrong William, r. 526 Turk 
Armstrong William, r. 44 Third 

Armstrong William, clerk Headquarters Division of 
the Pacific, U. S. A., Presidio Reservation, r. 2130 
Union 
Armstrong William, compositor Chronicle, r. 615 

Minna 
Armstrong William, lineman, r. 1525 J^ Post 
Armstrong William, grainer, r. 302 Capp 
Armstrong William, marine engineer, r. 14 Perry 
Armstrong William, policeman, r. 1637 Ellis 
Armstrong William F., grainer, r. 307 Eighteenth 
Armstrong William H., r. St. Ann's Bu.ilding 
Armstrong William H., watchman new City Hall, r. 

1923 Fillmore 
Armstrong William J., salesman O'Connor, Moffatt & 

Co.,r. 702 Sutter 
Armstrong William S., clerk Freud & Sons, r. Oak- 
land 
Armstrong William W., accountant Hutchinson & 

Mann, r. 1212 Turk 
Armstrong Zachary T., clerk E. Lynch, r. 709 Taylor 
Armstrong «Sk Sclimitt (T. Steiner and Edward 
A. Schmitt) hatters, and dealers hats and caps, 
726 Market 
Arnaboldi Angelo, cabinetmaker L. & E. Emanuel, r. 

621 Broadway 
Arnaiz Alonzo, blacksmith, r. 1931 Union 

ARNAUD .ALBERT importer 
and dealer Avines and liquors, NW cor 
Post and Dnpont, r. 308 StocUton 

Arnaud Frank, milker C. Broar, r. S s Chestnut Av, 

bet Steiner and Pierce 
Arnaud Jean B., French Ben. Soc. 
Arnaud Matilda, widow, dressmaker, r. 1028 Pacific 
Arnaud Pierre, boxmaker Pac. Box Factory, r. 12 

Willow 
Arnberger Theodore, pressman Francis, Valentine & 

Co., r.2 Moulton PI 
Arndt William R., laborer Am. Sugar Refinery 
Arnesen Even, seaman, r. 415 East 
Arnesen Henrikke, widow, r. 1917 Hyde 
Arnest Sebastian, watchman N. P. C. RR., r. 135 Na- 

toma 
Arnett Nathaniel H., driver Hose Co. No. 5, S.F.F.D., 

r. 1517^ Market 
1^" Arnett. See Arnott 

Arnhart Sterling P., plasterer, r. 128 Golden Gate Av 
Aruheim Gustave S., clerk S. S. Arnheim, r. 8 Steuart 



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Pipe Fittings, all .Sizes. 

309, 311, 313, 315 and 317 MARKET STREET 

Arnheim Herman S., accountant, r. 8 Steuart 

Arnheim Julius S., drugs, H Steuart 

Arnheim S. S., charts, 8 Steuart 

Arnheim William S., watchmaker, 8 Steuart, r. 2740 

Folsom 
Arnholcl Benjamin, clerk Louis Sloss & Co., r. 1208 

Geary 
Arnhold Hugo, salesman Lilienthal & Co., r. 1208 

Geary 
Arnodon Joseph, French Ben. Soc. 
Arnold A., r. 636 Commercial 
Arnold A. H., r. 18 Albion Av 
Arnold Amanda, widow, r.326 Pacific 
Arnold Anton, baker, r. 625 Clay 
Arnold Austin, cashier Hawley Bros. Hard ward Co., 

r. 413 Van Ness Av 
Ai'nold Benjamin E, , butcher, SE cor Valencia 

and Twenty-third, r. 794 Twenty-fourth 
Arnold Benjamin F. K., salesman, r. 204 Montgomery 
Arnold Bernard, waiter, r. 118 Eddy 
Arnold Brotliers (Cyrus M. Arnold) Pacific Coast 

Immigration Association, 331 Kearny, rooms 9- 

10-11 
Arnold Caspar, hatter, 112 Dupont 
Arnold Charles H., printer, r. 1027 Mission 
Arnold Charles M., carpenter, r. 2015 Polk 
Arnold Charles S., clerk N. S. Arnold & Co., r. 514 

Van Ness Av 
Arnold Charles W., r. 120 Fulton 
Arnold Cyrus, horsetrainer Bay District Race Track 
Arnold Cyrus M. (Arnold Bros.) r. 1917 Mission 
Arnold Daniel B., carpenter, r. 1906 Polk 
Arnold D. E., clerk, r. 547 Mission 
Arnold Edson C, bookkeeper B. E. Arnold, r. 1322 

Valencia 
Arnold Edward H., dairyman, r. 1045 Eighteenth 
Arnold Emily Mrs., furnished rooms. 1027 Mission 
Arnold Emily, widow, r. 3 Delgado PI 
Arnold Ferdinand D., letter carrier Post Office, r. 945 

Twentieth 
Arnold Florence Mrs., lodgings, 12 Mason 
Arnold Florence A., decorative art rooms, 1525 Cali- 
fornia 
Arnold Francis W., cooper, 3 Chambers, r. 522 Oc- 

tavla 
Arnold Frederick R., pressman Francis, Valentine & 

Co., r. Oakland 
Arnold Fremont C, painter, r. 731 Sixteenth 
Arnold George, bartender, r. 728 Brannan 
Arnold George H. , clerk Occidental Hotel 
Arnold George W., boxmaker Union Box Factory, r. 

1005 Twenty-fourth 
Arnold Gold and Silver Mining Co., A. Judson secre- 
tary, 320 Sansome, room 52 
Arnold Gottlieb, butcher, W s Church, nr Twenty. 

eighth 
Arnold Harry B., clerk T. J. French & Co., r. 2335 

Mission t 

Arnold Henry, r. 1045 Eighteenth 
Arnold Henry, seaman, r. 531 East 
Arnold Henry A., salesman Thomas H. Selby & Co.,r. 

18 Albion Av 
Arnold Henry J., clerk Gustav Harshall, r. 4 Vallejb 

Arnold Herbert F., carpenter John Cook, r. 1503 

Leavenworth 
Arnold J. Miss, housekeeper, r. 10 San Antonio 
Arnold J. D., physician, office 16 Geary 
Arnold John C, r. 219 Minna 
Arnold John F., conductor Clay St. ER., r. 1503 

Leavenworth 
Arnold John F., driver P. F. Nolan & Sons, r. 523 Oc- 

tavia 
Arnold Joseph, wood and coal, 333 Third, r. 331 

Third 
Arnold L. E., clerk N. S. Arnold & Co., r. 514 Van 

Ness Av 
Arnold Louis, clerk George Sammy, r. 4 Vallejo PI 



Arnold M. A. Mrs., dressmaker, 620 Market 
Arnold Martin, r. 114 Eddy 
Arnold Mary airs., school teacher, r. 40 Perry 
Arnold Matthew, superintendent Union Iron Works, 

r. 540 >i Second 
Arnold N. K., r. Lick House 
Arnold Noah S. (N. S. Arnold & Co.) r. 514 Van Ness 

Av 
Arnold N. S. & Co. (Noah S. .\rnold) hardware, 

commission merchants and manufacturers' agents 

and agents Powellton Coal Co., 109 California and 

23 Davis 
Arnold Odette, domestic, 1526 Jackson 
Arnold Otto, clerk London and S. F. Bank, r. 719 

Sutter 
Arnold Philip A., r. 794 Stevenson 
Arnold Richard, stonemason, r. 425 Third 
Arnold Rufus W., teamster Miller & Lux, r. 2022 Fol- 
som 
Arnold Thomas C, traveling agent, r. 1912 Pierce 
Arnold Thomas J., vice-president Pac. Coast Holiness 

Assn, r. 40 Perry 
Arnold Thomas P. J., driver S. F. F. D., r. 425 Third 
Arnold Uriah K., r. Lick House 
Arnold William, tanner, r. 735 Brannan 
Arnold William G., clerk, r. 2335 Mission 
Arnold William H., machinist W. B. Wllshire & Co., 

r. 863 }i Market 
Arnold William S., printer, r. 634 Minna 
Arnold William T., photographic printer D. Sewell& 

Co., r. 1027 Mission 
Arnott John, bricklayer, r. 732 Minna 
Arnott Sebastian, pianotuuer, r. 545 Folsom 
BS" Arnott. See Arnett 

Arnstein Ludwig (Stein, Simon & Co.) r. 1706 Geary 
Arnt Rudolph, fireman, r. 29 Alta 
Arobarco Pierre, farmer, r. 20 Stockton PI 
Aron Joseph, barber, r. 141 Clara 
Aronsohn Benjamin, barber, r. 309 Octavia 
Aronsohn C. Mrs., widow, r. 3 Monroe 
Aronsohn Ernst, salesman, r. 309 Octavia 
Aronsohn Martin, patternmaker, r. 3 Monroe 
Aronsohn Sigmund, agent Chicago Bottling Co., r. 3 

Monroe 
Aronsohn Simon (Aronsohn & Kestel) r. 513 Stevenson 
Aronsohn & Kestel (Simon Aronsohn and George 

Kestel) fruits, 3 Sixth 
Aronson Abraham, peddler, r. 728 Vallejo 
Aronson Abraham, furniture and carpets, 1322 Stock- 
ton, r. 1606 Stockton 
Aronson Andrew, cutler, r. 1083^ Turk 
Aronson David, r. 524 Stevenson 
Aronson George (G. Aronson & Co.) r. 915)^ Sutter 
Aronson G. & Co. (George Aronson) loan office. 126 

Kearny 
Aronson Julius, salesman Reiss Bros. & Co., r. 18 

Prospect PI 
Aronson Leon, with Brown Bros., r. 1909 Bush 
Aronson Max (Gosliner & Co.) r. 1403 Octavia 
Aronson Moses I., shoemaker Cahn, Nickelsburg & 

Co., r. 524 Stevenson 
Aronson Philip N. (B. Blumenthal& Co.) r. 1507 Scott 
Aronstein Adolpli, physician, office 33 Kearny, r. 

.520 Jones, office hours 12 M. to 1:30 P.M. 
Arpe Otto C. D., seaman, r. 47 Sacramento 
Arpeche Frank, sawyer Union Box Factory, r. 1130 

Broadway 
Arrambide Juan B., stookdealer, r. 814 Bush 
Arratt John, gardener. Ocean House Road 
Arrellano Bernard, wireworker Cal. Wire Works, r. 

14213^ Dupont 
Arrellano John, wireworker Cal. Wire Works, r. 1421 }$ 

Dupont 
Arriaga Juan, student, r. 1209 Bush 
Arrilaga Santiago, teacher music, r. 2315 Jackson 
Arrighi Senase (Martini & Arrighi) r. NE cor Post and 

Fillmore 
Arrington A. O., r. 826 Broadway 



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Arriiigton Lucy Miss, r. 810 Taylor 

Arriugton Nicbolas O., broker, r. Merchants Exchange 

Arrintiton Nicholas T., bookkeeper, r. 10 Hopeton 

Terrace 
Arrison Frank, lather, r. 27-t Tehama 
Arroll William, driver Sutter St. RR. 
Arrowsniith Edward, clerk Edwards & Co., r. 1010 

Vallejo 
Arrowsmith John, laborer P. M. SS. Co'e Wharf, r. 355 

Brannan 
Arrowgiuith Joseph, miner, r. 2505 Fillmore 
Art AM8ociutloii of San Francisco, rooms 130 

Pine 
Artes Denis, whitener. r. 268 Jessie 
Arthur Charles S., freight clerk, r. 300 Brannan 
.\rthur Pavid B. (Walkup k Arthur) r. Alameda 
Arthur Eva, widow, r. 360 Brannan 
Arthur George F., barber, r. 20 William 
Arthur Jeremiah, carpenter, r. 126 Fern Av 
Articary Michael, carpenter, r. 426 Vallejo 
Artigues E. & Co. (Emile and Louis Artigues) tripe, 

etc., 14 S. F. Market and 18 Bay City Market 
Artigues Emile (E. Artigues & Co.) r. 207 Valencia 
Artigues Joseph E , Custom House clerk John Saul- 

nier & Co., r. 550 Broadway 
Artigues Louis (L. Artigties & Go.) r. 550 Bryant 
Artigues Marius, student Heald's Business College, r. 

207 Valencia 
Arundell Fred., laborer, r. 238 Eleventh 
Arundell William, bartender Henry Brown, r. 814 

Battery 
Arvidson C. D., machinist Pac. Rolling Mills, r. Po- 

trero House 
Arzberger Joseph, laborer, r. 119 Morris Av 
Arzbei'ger Martin, painter, r. 119 Morris Av 
Asal Adolf, brush mnfr, r. 1147 M Mission 
Asbury Pamelia I., widow, r. 120 Liberty 
Asch Benjamin, clerk Recorder's Office, r. 35 Langton 
Asch Isaac, barber, 235 Sixth, r. 26 Oak Grove Av 
Asch Isidore, cigars and tobacco, 5 Dupont, r. 415 

Eighteenth 
Asch Simon, salesman Newman & Levinson, r. 702 

Harrison 

Asch Wolflf, cigar dealer, r. 26 Oak Grove Av 
Asche T. Henry, Centemeri's perfect fitting kid gloves, 

3 Kearny and 10 Geary, r. New York 
Ascheck Henry F., draftsman Dewey & Co., r. 145 

Natoma 

Ascheck George H. , water tender stmr City of Tokio 
Ascheim Edwin M., agent, r. 326 Pacific 
Aschen Ernest, merchant, r. 809 Market 
Ascherman Joseph E., salesman Newman & Levinson, 

r. 502 Bush 
Ascherson Emil, collector, r. 538 Jessie 
Aschheim Adolph, clerk Neustadter Bros., r. 1313 

Gough 
Aschman William A., porter F. Martens & Co., r. 410 

Union 
Ascroft Henry, receiver Geary St, Park and Ocean 

ER., r. 1828 Bush 
Ash Augusta Miss, r. 517 McAllister 
Ash Clara, widow, r. 128 Fell 
Ash David, blacksmith, r. 20 William 
Ash Eberhard L., barber, r. 3 Bartol 
Ash Elizabeth, widow, r. 317 Valley 
Ash Esther Miss, glovemaker, r. 160 54 Clara 
Ash Henry, cornicemaker J. F. Forderer, r. 160 J<J 

Clara 

Ash Gregorj-, longshoreman, r. 302 Eighteenth 
Ash Henry, tinsmith, r. 160 !<5 Clara 
Ash James G., telegraph operator, r. 20 William 
Ash Leo, insurance agent, r. 502 Eddy 
Ash Mary, widow, r. 204}^ Fifth 
Ash Mary, widow, r. 415 Filbert 
Ash Nelly Mrs., r. 2.514 J^s Sutter 
Ash Peter, laborer, r. 551 Minna 
Ash Robert, attorney at law, 601 California, r. 221 

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Ash Thomas P., reporter, r. 953 Mission 

Ash William H., clerk J. J. O'Brien & Co., r. 753 Mis- 
sion 

8^ Asb. See Asch and Ashe 

.■\shburner William, mining engineer, r. 1014 Pine 

Ashby D. E., fruit canner, r. 787 Stevenson 

Ashby Elisha W., attorney at law, 602 Montgomery, r. 
461 Natoma 

Ashby Henry J., coachman, 808 Bush 

Ashby Mark T., secretary Gover M. and M. Co., 402 
Front, room 8 

Ashcroft Sarah Miss, r. 600 Capp 

Ashcroft William H., student, r. 600 Capp 

Ashdown .Archibald, accountant, 419 California, room 
17, r. 917 Sutter 

Ashdown John, pianotnner, r. 44 Third 

Ashdown John Jr., tuner Woodworth, Schell & Co., r. 
44 Third 

Ashe A. Sidney, clerk R. P. Ashe, r. 2315 Sacramento 

Ashe Alfred, private school, 1720 Larkin 

Ashe C. L. Mrs., widow, r. 2315 Sacramento 

Ashe Matthew, bartender J. H. Cregan, r. cor Thir- 
teenth and Mission 

Ashe Patrick, porter H. S. Crocker & Co., r. 177 Stev- 
enson 

Ashe R. Porter, attorney at law, 418 California, r. SW 
cor Washington and Van Ness Av 

a^- Ashe. See Asch and Ash 

Asheim Michael, stock clerk F. Toplitz & Co., r. 47 
Russ 

Asheim Samuel, salesman F. Toplitz & Co., r. 905 
Market 

Ashenfelter Andrew, porter W. Loaiza, r. 7 Garden 

Ashenfelter Emma, widow, r. 7 Garden 

Asher Alexander B., policeman, r. 217 Fair Oaks 

Asher Asher F., gents' furnishing goods, 303 Dupont, 
r. 1596 Bush 

Asher Charles L., deputy County Clerk, r. 417 Kearny 

Asher Colman, r. 721 Ellis 

Asher Daniel, clerk A. F. Asher, r. 1.596 Bash 

Asher Jacob, r. 1203 J^ Folsom 

Asher Maurice L., liquor saloon, 1021-1027 Larkin, r. 
721 Ellis 

Asher Minnie, dry and fancy goods, 1426 )i Dupont 

Asher S. & Co. (Simon Asher and Hyman Smith) 
mnfrs oil clothing, 325 Davis 

Asher Samuel, clerk Maurice L. Asher, r. 721 Ellis 

Asher Stimuel, glazier, r. 520 >4 Sixth 

Asher Simon (S. Asher & Co.) r. 107 Trenton 

Asher William, clerk H. Seller, r. 1596 Bush 

Asherson Emil, collector, r. 538 Jessie 

Ashford Charles W., commission agent, 508 Montgom- 
ery, r. 310 Fell 

Ashford William, special policeman, r. SW cor Wash- 
ington and Drumm 

Ashim George, clerk Post Office, r. 418 Jones 

Ashlm M. A. Mrs., r. 816 Sutter 

Ashim Simon, r. 816 Sutter 

Ashim Solomon, cigars and tobacco, 206 Montgomery 
r. 816 Sutter 

Ashlachsen-Shields R., teacher languages, r. 736 Geary 

Ashland John Mrs., r. 27 ?a Pearl 

Ashley Delos R., clerk Wm. Romberg, r. 700 Mason 

Ashley John, pantryman International Hotel 

Ashley Lucius W., painter, r. 35 Fifth 

Ashley Samuel P. Y., clerk Assessor's Office, r. 502 
O'Farrell 

Ashley Ward H., accountant, r. 120 Sutter 

Ashley W. H. Mrs., dressmaker, 120 Sutter 

Ashman Frederick, driver B. Roche, r. NW cor Fil- 
bert and Octavia 

Ashman Frederick, teamster, r. W s San Bruno Road, 
nr Silver Av 

Ashman John H., teamster J. Ruffl^ey, r. S s Twenty- 
first, nr Eureka 

A.shmau Sarah E., widow, r. S s Twenty-first, nr Eureka 

Ashman William, driver J. RuSley, r. Ss Twenty-first 
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309, 311, 313, 315 and 317 MARKET STREET. 

Ashman William H., longshoreman, r. 12i Silver 

B^"Ashman. See Aschman 

Ashmead E.R. Miss, teacher Noe andTemple St.Primary 
School, r. Bryant ave, bet Mariposa and Solano 

Ashmead Giistavus S., contractor and builder. 41 Sac- 
ramento, r. Bryant Av, bet Mariposa and Solano 

Ashmore William E.. oysterman Frank Gobey, r. 521 
Leavenworth ' 

Aslitoii Charles, real estate and insurance agent, 
and city agent Guardian Assurance Co., office 409 
Montgomery 

Ashton George F., special agent Joseph C. Jennings 
& Co., r. 2517 Fillmore 

Ashton George H., clerk Smith, Snow & Moody, r. 
Montgomery's Hotel 

Ashton •William, r. 1730 Market 

Ashworth Charles H., carpenter, r. 1330 Sanchez 

Ashworth Thomas, capitalist, r. 806 McAllister 

Asiatic Tea Co., Andrew Wolfenden proptr, im- 
porters and dealers teas and coffees, 310 Fourth 

Ask Annie C, domestic, 3 Essex PI 

Ask W. Frederick, waiter, r. 26 First 

Askew George, helper Pac. Saw Mnlg Co., r. 636 How- 
ard 

Asklund Hannah, laundress, 11 Essex 

Askworth William C, restaurant 111 Sixth, r.. 340 Sixth 

Aslaksen Peter, seaman stmr Bonita. r. Bay St House 

Asmann Adolph, fancy groceries, 69-70 Cal. Market, 
r. 1034 Clay 

Asmann William C. A., laborer Kohler & Frohling, r. 
5 Ewer PI 

Asmus John, laborer National Flour Mills, r. 1529 Turk 

Asmus John, milk ranch, cor Knssia Av and Mission 

Asmussen Asmus, merchant, r. 401 Eighth 

Asmussen George, wood and coal, 2813 Mission 

Asmussen William, laborer Central Gas Light Co. 

Asmussen William, laborer, r. NW cor Twenty-sixth 
and Shotwell 

Asmussen William A., dry goods, 401 Eighth 

Aspden George, blacksmith, 14 Howard, rear, r. 418 
First 

Aspden Mathias, blacksmith George Aspden, r. 418 
First 

Aspe John W., r. 432 Sixth 

Aspelin Carl, cigars and tobacco, SE cor Washington 
and Sansome, r. 221 Eleventh 

Aspen John, drayman, r. 434 Sixth 

Aspern John, porter Wells, Fargo & Co., r. 2 Beale PI 

Asplialtuni and Mastic Koofin^Co., George 
Duncan & Co. proprietors, 652 Market 

Aspians Frank, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 

Asplund Adolph, mate schr Anna Hermine, r. 28 
Clay 

Asplund Hugo H. R., seaman, r. 421 Greenwich 

Asquen Charles, marble polisher, r. E s California 
Av, bet Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth, B.H. 

Assalino Nicola, tailor, r. 6 Salmon 

Assanger Elizabeth, r. 20 Harlan PI 

Assel Peter, cook, 512 Howard 

Asselin John, carpenter, r. 69 Natoma 

Assenetti Maurice, gardener, r. S s Fell, bet Devisa- 
dero and Scott 

Assessor City and County, new City Hall, first 
floor 

Assion Henry, tailor, r. 730 Vallejo 

Asslon Josei)h, tailor, 205 Montgomery, r. 348 Third 

Associated Press, A. Richardson agent Pacific Coast, 
302 Montgomeiy, room 33 

Associated Veterans of the Mexican War, L. B. Hop- 
kins secretary, 516 Bryant 

Ast Bartley, engineer, r. 436 Minna 

AstE. Louis, barber Henry Schuck, r. 3339 Sixteenth 

Astbury John, drygoods, 164 Ninth 

Astell Henry, compositor, r. 239 Fremont 

Asten John L., expressman Oakland Ferry, r. Silver 
Star House 

Aster George, bookbinder L. Radius, r. 1139 Twenty- 
first 



Asti Charles. S. J., St. Ignatius College 

Aston George P., architect, office and r. 6 Grove 

Aston John L., expressman, r. 3.36 Sansome 

Aston James Mrs., widow, r. 411 Tenth 

Astor Block, 631 Sacramento 

Astorg Alfonse, butcher, cor Fifth and Minna, r. 463 
Minna 

Astorg Marcelin, butcher, 154 First, r. 507 Mission 

Astredo Antliony, proprietor Astredo Exchange, 
SE cor Stockton and O'Farrell, r. 914 Vallejo 

Astredo Exchange, Anthony Astredo proprietor, 
SE cor Stockton and O'Farrell 

Astredo Joseph, messenger O. R. and N. Co.. r. 914 
Vallejo 

Astruze Henry, waiter, r. 1320 Stockton 

Atchinson B. M. & Co, i Edward L. Cutten and 
Mrs. C. M. Atchlnson) dairy produce and provis- 
ions, 16-30 Centre Market 

Atchinson C. M. Mrs. (B. M. Atchinson & Co.) r. Oak- 
land 

Atchinson James R., machinist Pac. Iron Works, r. 4 
Caroline PI 

Atchison David, r. 914 Church 

Atchison Thomas, longshoreman, r. 123 Shipley 

Atchisson John, cariienter, r. 1040 Army 

Athaoasiade Marco, peddler, r. 67 Everett 

Athearn Anne Mrs., r. Kill Treat av 

Athearn Charles G. (Athearn & Co.) r. 1011 Treat Av 

.\thearn Charles H., bookkeeper Athearn &Co.,r. 1011 
Treat Av 

Athearn Frank, messenger Wells, Fargo & Co., r. 2916 
Sacramento 

Athearn Joseph H. (Athearn & Co.) r. Oakland 

Athearn Mary A. Mrs., bakery, 1638 Polk 

Athearn William, chief clerk collection dept Wells, 
Fargo & Co., r. 2916 Sacramento 

Athearn <& Co. (Charles G.and Joseph H. Athearn) 
groceries, provisions and ship stores, 54-56 
Steuart 

Athenour -Joseph, driver Charles Dryer, r. 327 Mont- 
gomery Av 

Athenour Joseph, florist, r. 636 Pacific 

Athensux Joseph, French Ben. Soc. 

Atherstone T. S., with Singer Mnfg Co., r. Oakland 

Atherton Dwight C, salesman Sanborn, Vail & Co., r. 
19 South Park 

Atherton F., r. 2129 California 

Atherton F. D. Mrs., widow, r. 19.50 California 

Atherton George Mrs., r. 711 Jones 

Atherton Joseph, r. 1602 Stevenson 

Atkins Albuitis, watchman Market St. RR.,r. NWcor 
Fillmore and Herman 

Atkins C, laborer, r. Capitol House 

Atkins Charles, tinner, r. 18 Clara 

Atkins David, machinist Clay St. RR.,r. 1305 Leaven- 
worth 

Atkins Frank, actor, r. 121 Hickory Av 

Atkins Joseph, office 32 Merchants' Exchange, r. 1616 

Atkins Robert C. (Orr & Atkins) r. 608 Geary 
Atkins Robert S., with Orr & Atkins, r. 608 Geary 
Atkins Robert St. L., agent, r. 318 Davis 
Atkinson Arthur A., coffee saloon. 525 Pine 
Atkinson David, laundryman The Baldwin 
Atkinson Edgar L., clerk Thomas T. Atkinson & Co., 

r. 1610 Turk 
Atkinson Edgar W., r. 371 Minna 
Atkinson Edwin V., conductor, r. Twenty-sixth, bet 

Bartlett and Mission 
Atkinson Francis, machinist, and stoker Engine No. 

12, S. F. F. D., r. 101 Commercial 
Atkinson George F., woodturner, 259 First, r. 10 

Clementina 
Atkinson Henry, painter, r. 308 Folsom, rear 
Atkinson Henry, woolsorter L. Breslauer & Co., r.l244 

Mission 
Atkinson James, r. 1525 J^ Mission 
Atkinson James, barber, r. 2208 Powell 



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Atkinson John M.,barnessinaker Main & Winchester, 
r. 228 Bush 

Atkinson J. W., chemist Am. Sugar Refinery, r. Oak- 
land 

Atkinson L. Mrs., r. 525 Pine 

Atkinson Nathan, real estate, 330 Pine, room 5, r. 803 
Golden Gate Av 

Atkinsou Ralph L., rigger, r. 324 Vallejo 

Atkinson Richard E., steward, r. 415 Mason 

Atkinson Rose H. Mrs., r. 371 Minna 

Atkinson S., r. 826 Lombard 

Atkinson Subie Miss, tailorcss John J. Eenealy, r. 
4«2J4 Sixth 

Atkinson Thomas, apprentice Harvey W. Rice, r.462 Jj 
Sixth 

Atkinson Thomas, laborer, r. 112 Clinton 

Atkinson Thomas, laborer, r. 123 Shipley, rear 

Atkinson Thomas, trader, r. 520 Seventh 

Atkinson Thomas E., r. 208 Eighteenth 

Atkinson Thomas E,, carpenter, r. 811 Mission 

Atkinson Thomas F., sawyer Pac. Planing Mills, r.ll2 
Clinton 

Atkinsou Thomas Mrs., widow, furnished rooms, 
4C2k' Sixth 

Atkinson Thomas T. & Co. (Thomas T. Atkin- 
son) stockbrokers, 337 Pine 

Atkinson Thomas Thompson (Thomas T. Atkinson & 
Co.) r. 1610 Turk 

Atkinson William, sailmaker, r. 22 )j Sacramento 

Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, John L. Trus- 
low general western passenger agent, i New 
Montgomery 

Atlantic Brush Co. (James C. and Robert Blair) 510 
Montgomery 

Atlantic Consolidated Mining Co. (Lyon Co., 
Nev.) David Wilder secretary, 328 Montgomery 

Atlantic Dynamite Co., .\lbert Dibble presi- 
dent, L. B. Chapman secretary, office 4 Califor- 
nia, works Drakesville, N. J. 

Atlantic Free AVarehonse, Oilman & Danforth 
proprietors, SE cor Battery and Broadway, office 
716-718 Battery 

Atlantic tJ. S. Bonded Warelioase, Gilman 
& Danforth proprietors, 716-718 Battery 

ATLAS IRON WORKS j. b. 

Jardiue proprietor, manufacturer en- 
gines, boilers, sliafting^ and all kinds of 
macliinery, 213-313 mission 

Atler Leopold, r. 1406 Polk 

Atlus John, doughmixer Cal. Cracker Co., r. 40 Com- 
mercial 
Atly William, clerk Friedlander & Koch, r. 721 Pine 
Atmark Louis, salesman, r. 15053^ Pine 
Attel Marks, jeweler, 255 Third 
Attell Seymour, merchant tailor, 1154 Market, r. 615 

Geary 
Atterbeck Christian, seaman, r. 418 Drumm 
Atthowe William C, purser stmr Constance, r. 112>i 

Morris Av 
Attinger Frederick, tailor, r. 11 Carlos PI 
Attinger -John, cutter Joe T. Poheim, r. NE cor Noe 

and Twenty-fourth 
Attinger Salome, widow, r. 226 Clipper 
Attorney City and County, office new City 

Hall, third floor 
Attorney District, office old City Hall, third floor 
Attridge Annie, domestic, 821 Sutter 
-\ttridge Arthur, shoemaker Cahn. Nickelsburg & Co., 

r. S s Xoe, nr Fifteenth 
Attridge Edmund, porter A. Schilling & Co., r. 2005 

Leavenworth 
Attridge James (Gardiner & Attridge) r.5)^ Morris Av 
Attridge James, porter, 2005 Leavenworth 
Attridge Thomas, laborer, r. 134 Fourth 
Attiidge Thomas, porter, r. 2005 Leavenworth 
-A-ttwood Melvillo, consulting mining engineer, 402 

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Attwood William, r. 235 Third 

Atwood Amelia, widow, r. 534 Shotwell 

Atwood Caroline L. Mrs., teacher Girls High School, 

r. 1511 Clay 
Atwood Charles H., captain schr Maid of Orleans, r. 

1103 Broadway 
Atwood Ernst C, machinist W. T. Garratt, r. 3 La-w- 

rence PI 
Atwood George, teamster, r. 228 Bitch 
Atwood George E., hay and grain, 222 Perry, r. 127 

Perry 
Atwood Henrv R., marine surveyor, office 20 Califor- 
nia, r. Oakland 
Atwood William, laborer, r. 3 Simpson PI 
Atwood William, student Barnard's Business College 
Atwood William W. (Atwood .<i Patten) r. Oakland 
At'^vood & Patten (Wm. W. Atwood and Charles 

S. Patten) wood engravers, 411 }$ California 
AtzerotU F. «& Brotlier (Frederick and Henry) 

groceries and liquors. SW cor Eddy and Buchanan, 

and wood and coal, NW cor Eddy and Buchanan 
Atzeroth Frederick (F. Atzer.oth & Bro.) r. 1318 Eddy 
Atzeroth Henry (F. Atzeroth & Bro.) r. SW cor Eddy 

and Buchanan 
Aubert Albert, sausage factory, 10 S. F. Market, r. 818 

Broadway 
Aubert Edward, r. 818 Broadway 
Aubert Eugene, cook The Baldwin 
Aubert Lucien J., asst bookkeeper Payot, TJpham k 

Co., r. 1314 O'Farrell 
Aubert Marie, widow, r. 817 J§ Vallejo 
Aubert P. Louis, r. 1314 O'Farrell 
Aubertin George, barber, 724 Brannan 
Aiibertz Edouard, French Ben. Soc. 
Aubrey Charles, tinsmith G. &E. Snook, r. '220 O'Far- 
rell 
Aubrey Charles B., palesman, r. 261 Jersey 
Aubrey Ida Miss, actress, r. Windsor Hotel 
Aubry Edmond, stenographer, r. Chattanooga, bet 

Twenty-second and Twenty-third 
Aubry Francis O., upholsterer, 2929 Mission, r. E s 

Chattanooga, nr Twenty-third 
Auchick Conrad, sash and blindmaker Stockton Plan- 
ing Mill, r. 1133 Treat Av 
Auclair Thomas, tanner M. F. Dolan, r. Serpentine 

Av, opp Potrero Av 
Aude Francis L., attorney at law, r. 619 Bush 
Aude Joseph F., printer, r. 619 Bush 
Aude Marie 8. Miss, teacher music, r. 619 Bush 
Audemard Emanuel, porter Eugene Thomas & Co., r. 

478 Tehama 
Audemard Jules P.. clerk Eugene Thomas & Co., r. 

478 Tehama 
Audemard Mary, French laundry, r. 478 Tehama 
Audeoud Pierre, waiter A. Perrier, r. 621 Pacific 
Auderlach John, clerk, r. 26 McAllister 
Audibert Gustav, plumber James E. Cusick, r. 407 

Folsom 
Auditor City and County, office new City Hall, 

first floor 
Audley Thomas, sailmaker Simpson & Fisher, r. 14 

Ellis 
Auer Emil A., foreman cellar dept Chicago Brewing 

Co., r. 1432 Piue' 
Auerbach Alfred (Auerbach & Thompson) r. 408 Grove 
Auerbach Ignatz. shoefitter, r. 14083^ Stockton 
Auerbach Leopold, merchant (Helena, M. T.) r. 1514 

Post 
Auerbach Paul, bartender A. Astredo, r. 278 Jessie 
Auerbach & Thompson (Alfred Auerbach and David 

Thompson) proptrs Pac. Fringe Factory, 751 

Market 
Auflferth B., seaman stmr George W. Elder 
Aufrichtig Moritz, jeweler, 116 Sixth, r. 547 Minna 
Augareils Pierre, butcher Eugene Avy, r. SW cor 

Trinidad and Bailroad Av 
Angensteiu Ernst, chairmaker Wtnzel, Rothschild & 

Hadenfeldt, r. Oakland 



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Auger Bernbard E., commission merchant, 409 Bat- 
tery, r. 826 Howard 

Aiiger Eugene, clerk, r. 826 Howard 

Auger Flora Mrs., milliner, 621 Larkin 

Auger John, baker, r. 621 J^ Larkin 

Auger Louis, carpenter, r. 1327}^ Natoma 

Auger Victor, currier Main & Winchester, r. 33 Free- 
Ion 

Auglin Thomas, r. 721 Minna 

Augur Lewis S., r. 8 Albion Av 

August Henry, laborer, r. 630 Brannan 

August Heurtin, laborer, r. 1615 Pine 

August John, teamster William Graham, r. S s Merri- 
mac, bet Kentucky and Illinois 

August Philip, barber, 20 Folsom, r. 908 Sansome 

Augustin James, student, r. 807 California 

Augustine Henry W., salesman J. A. Folger & Co., r. 
1609 Scott 

Augustine M. B., salesman J. A. Folger & Co., r. Oak- 
land 

Augustine Morris (Eosenbaum & Co.) r. 23 Kearny 

Augustine William, cabinetmaker Llewellyn Davies, 
r. 224 Townsend 

Avigustiny Carl F., salesman Hinz & Landt, r. 456 
Minna 

Augustiny John, butcher Roger H. Sayre.r. lOElm Av 

Augustus Frank, porter Joseph Fredericks & Co., r. 
na Gardner 

Aulberg Lizzie, domestic, 1617 Sacramento 

Auld John M., haruessmaker J. C. Johnson & Co.. r. 
214 Perry 

Auld Mary, widow, r. 1907 Buchanan 

Auld Robert W., engineer Sutter St. RR., r. E sBoyce, 
nr Geary 

Auld Royal I., clerk U. S. Railway Mail Service, r. 
Oakland 

Auld William P., salesman I X L, r. 515 Folsom 

Auld John, poultry ranch, r. Wayne, nr Cortland Av, 
B.H. 

Ault Joseph H., foreman Standard Oil Co. of Califor- 
nia, r. 552 Bryant 

Ault Joseph P., porter Standard Oil Co. of Califor- 
nia, r. 552 Bryant 

Ault Matthias (Mastersou & Ault) r. 909 M Mission 

Ault Samuel W., porter Standard Oil Co. of Califor- 
nia, r. 552 Bryant 

Ault & Wiborg (Cincinnati, Ohio) manufactiirers 
printing and lithographic inks, varnishes, etc., 
and dealers bronze powders, roller composition, 
etc., William H.Campbell Jr. manager, 205 Leides- 
dorflf 

B^ Ault. See Alt 

Aultman Mill and Mining Co. (El Dorado Co., Cal.) 
J. M. Bufflngton secretary, 309 California 

Aument Eugene, painter, r. William Tell House 

Aunhart May Miss, dressmaker, r. 212 Hyde 

Aunhart Stlrley, plasterer, r.212 Hyde 

Auradou A. L. St Co. (A. L. Auradou) poiiltry, game, 
etc., 1 New Clay St. Market 

Auradou A. Leon Jr., with A. L. Auradou k Co., r. 
1309 Powell 

Auradou Alexander L. (A. L. Auradou & Co.) r. 1309 
Powell 

Auradou Ernest, French Ben. Soc. 

Aurich Abraham, butcher A. Strauss, r. 1714 Laguna 

Aiirora Distilling Co. (Aurora, Ind.) agency 312 Sac- 
ramento 

Aurouze Marius, barber, 203 Montgomery Av,r.3Grand 
PI 

Aurrecoechea Jose, real estate, r. 814 Bush 

Aurum Consolidated Mining Co. (Esmeralda Co.Nev.) 
320 Sansome, room 15 

Auser E. W., r. 320 Twenty-eighth 

Ausinder Thomas J., night inspector Custom House, 
r. 1109 Folsom 

Austermuhle Charles H., cook, r. 261 Minna 

Austin Abraham, compositor C. W. Nevin c^ Co., r. 
910 Jackson 



Austin Adelle, widow, r. 39 Rausch 

Austin Alvah C, machinist, r. 1529 Golden Gate Av 

Austin Amanda P. Miss, artist, r. CIO Mason 

Austin Benjamin C, r. 651 J<j Folsom 

Austin Benjamin C. Jr., clerk W.J. Callinghamfc Co., 

r. 6513^ Folsom 
Austin Charles, r. 17 Stockton 
Austin Charles G., builder, r. 8 Otis PI 
Austin Charles G. Jr., student, r. 8 Otis PI 
Austin Charles J., waiter, r. 542 Howard 
Austin Claiborne, clerk, r. 3106 California 
Austin D. S., captain stmr San Jose 
Austin Edward, clerk, r. 533 Sacramento 
Austin Edwin, stevedore, r. 34}<s Zoe 
Austin Edwin C, millwright, r. 605 Clay 
Austin Ellen Mrs., r. 1620 Post 
Austin Ernest, stevedore, r. 303 First 
Austin F., compositor Daily Report, r. 8 Otis PI 
Austin George B., liquor saloon, 557 Fourth, r. 541 

Fourth 
Austin Henry, capitalist, r. 402 Broadway 

AUSTIN HENE.1 • dentist, office 
and r. 634 WasUingrton 

Austin Henry S. (Thos. H. Selby & Co.) r. San Rafael 

Austin Henry S., boxmaker, r. 8 Otis PI 

Austin James H. , clerk local freight ofl&ce C. P. RR., 
r. 1214 Twenty-second 

Austin James J., clerk L. P. Moore & Co., r. 516 Sev- 
enth 

Austin John, newspaper carrier, r. 745 Vallejo 

Austin Joseph, drayman Crane, Hastings & Co., r. 516 
Seventh 

Aiistin Joseph, examiner claims P. M. SS. Co., r. Pal- 
ace Hotel 

Austin Joseph Jr., teamster J. Herzog & Co., r. 516 
Seventh 

Austin Marcus E., collector, 330 Pine, rooms 55-56, 
r. Alameda 

Austin Richard, longshoreman, r. 150 Eighth 

Austin Richard, seaman, r. 112 Steuart 

Austin Sampson Jr., packer E. A. Swain & Co., r. 2233 
Howard, rear 

Austin Thomas, carpenter, r. 26 Turk 

Austin Thomas, miner, r. 411 Sansome 

Austin Thomas, porter Hinz & Landt, r. 411 Tenth 

Austrian Benevolent Society, 71 New Montgomery 

Austrian Military and Benevolent Society, 310 O'Far- 
rell 

Aiistrian Protective Association, 806 Montgomery 

Autey William H., waiter J. A. Giuste, r. 20 Everett, 
rear 

Autler Henry, r. 411 Van Ness Av 

Automatic Advertising Co., office 503 California 

Automatic Railway Switch Co., William H. Birch, 
president, H. C. Wilson secretary, office 234 Bush 

Automatic Serving Machine, A. T. Eggleston 
manager, 124 Post 

Autz Henry, butcher, r. 112 Austin 

Auzerais House, 29 Dupont 

Auzerais Louis F., clerk Whittier, Fuller & Co., r. 614 
Mason 

Avale John, barber. 712 Pacific 

Avalos Crispin, printer J. H. Knarston, r. 634 Broad- 
way 

Avan John, corporal police, r. 13 Tehama 

Avanti Fiore, stableman Novella & Pitto, r. 706 San- 
some 

Avanzino Antonio, vegetables, r. 726 Green 

Avanzino Sebastiano, Garibaldi Guard, 423 Broadway 

Ave Frank M., porter Leon Blum & Co., r. 316 Fre- 
mont 

Avellno A. P., laborer, r. 634 Vallejo 

Avellar John F., barber, r. 66 Oregon 

Avenue House, Joseph Koster proprietor, SE cor 
Central Av and Geary 

Avenue House, J. Jennings proptr, 220 Montgomery 
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Aver James H.. restaurant, 107)4 Fifth, r. 107 Fifth 

Averill Etta Miss, r. 825 Larkin 

Averill Harry C, salesmau Eaglesou & Co., r. 157 
Octavia 

Averill Wilson, teamster, r. 564!^ Howard 

Avery Augustus, teamster, r. 12 Mason 

Avery Dean R. (D. R. Avery & Co.) r. 1437 Steiner 

Averv D. R. & Co. (Dean R. Avery) fruits and vegeta- 
bles, 18-19 Centre Market 

Avery Eunice H., widow, r. N 8 Solano, bet Iowa and 
Pennsvlvania .\v 

Avery E. C, assistant freigbt clerk stmr San Bias 

Avery Francis, office 530 California, r. Saucelito 

Avery Frank A., clerk Dodge, Sweeney & Co., r. 1437 
Steiuer 

Avery George, laborer, r. 35 Clay 

Avery Harry, block and pumpmaker Robert J. Avery, 
r. 54 Third 

Avery James O., compo.sitor A.L.Bancroft & Co., r. 
N 8 Solano, bet Iowa and Pennsylvania Av 

Avery Jasper W., carpenter, r. 412 Post 

Avery Judson, clerk D. R. Avery & Co., r. 1308 Steiner 

Avery J. W., r. 1532 Polk 

Avery Robert J., block and pumpmaker, 35 Sacra- 
mento, r. 54 Third 

Avery Ross, r. 3021 Mission 

Avery Thomas, r. 236 Sutter 

Avery W. H., purser stmr San Bias 

Avery William, laborer, r. 519 Sacramento 

Avitjnon Leon (Wenes & Avignon) 510 Pine 

Avlla H., student Heald's Business College, r. 837 
Broadway 

Avila Rachel Miss, r. 837 Broadway 

Avesseau C. Clement, French Ben. Soc. 

Avon John, policeman, r. 13 Tehama 

A Vox Portagueza, (weekly journal) office 506 
Battery, rooms 13-14 

A V Y Ju U IjLJN U wholesale dealer 
sheep, wool, coinniissioii merchant, aucl 
sole ajrent Matheivs' Tobacco Sheep 
Dip, office 330 SanSome, room 11, 
slaug'hterhouse, cor Railroad. Av and 
St. Thomas, r. 310 Lombard 
Aweng Louis, millwright, r. 805 Church 
Axel Carlson, fireman S. F. and Pac. Glass Works, r. 

13 M Freelon 
Axelrood Max, physician, office andr. WsKen- 

tuckv, bet Sierra and Nevada 
Axford William, iron foundry, NW cor Nineteenth 

and Harrison, r.NW cor Twenty-fifth and Noe 
Axford William Jr., foreman William Axford, r. NW 

cor Twenty-fifth and Noe 
Ast Herman, paper hanger J. Gumpertz, r. 1062)^ 

Howard 
Axt Ludwig, shoemaker, 1062 }$ Howard 
Axtell George M., bartender, r. 655 Washington 
Axtell Henry, machinist Kingsland & Co.,r.424 Twen- 
ty-second 
Axtell John, cook, r. 15 Oak Grove Av 
Axtell John, painter Hall's Safe and Lock Co., r. 

Oakland 
Axtell Walter M., painter Cincinnati Safe Co;, r. Ala- 
meda : 
Axtell William H., compositor Call, r. 526 Kearny 
Axtmann Herman, cabinet maker, r. 1616 Buchanan 
Axtmann Leopold, bakery and confectionery, 221 

Fourth 
Ayelo Salvator, peddler, r. 605 Broadway 
Ayer Charles A., clerk, r. 809 Bush 
Ayer Clarence E., watchman, r. 872 Mission 
Ayer Cyrus, restaurant, 20 Seventh, r. 620 Stevenson 
Ayer Elisha C, teamster, r. SW cor Bluxomeand 

Fourth 
Ayer Frederick V., with George C. Shreve &Co., r. 116 
Turk 



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Ayer Harry W., with Atkins Massey, r. 651 Sacra- 
mento 

Ayer Isaac, gauger U. S. Internal Revenue 

Ayer Jonatlian R., painter, r. 1524 Dolores 

Ayer Joseph G., carpenter, r. 724 Seventeenth 

Ayer Joi-eph Y. , carpenter and builder,r. 717 Seven- 
teentll 

Ayer Oliver, r. 1524 Dolores 

Ayer 'Washiiig'ton, physician and snrgeon, 410 
Kearny, r. 1622 Clay 

Ayers C. A., check clerk freight dept C. P. RR. 

Ayers Charles L., clerk superintendent Market St. 
RR.,r. 932 Dolores 

Ayers Charles Jr., plumber C. Rehn, r. 3 Boardman 
PI 

Aj-evs Edwin H., clerk, r. 920 Dolores 

Ayers Frank, peddler, r. 976 Harrison, rear 

Ayers George W., tinsmith, r. E s Carolina, bet Santa 
Clara and Mariposa 

Ayers Grosvenor P., salesman tfolbrook, Merrill & 
Stetson, r. 1605 Golden Gate Av 

Ayers Henry, millhand Stockton Planing Mill, r. 1008 
Brannan 

Ayers Humphrey, engineer, r. 920 Dolores 

Ayers James, machine hand Jason Springer & Co., r. 
525 Green 

Ayers J. C. Mrs., widow, r. E s Carolina, bet Santa 
Clara and Mariposa 

Ayers John C, corporal police, r. 1065 Market 

Ayers Joseph, laborer, r. Capitol House. 

Ayers Joshua B., clerk, r.E s Carolina, bet Santa Clara 
and Mariposa 

Ayers Lottie M. Mrs., r. 6 Perry 

Ayers Louis, clerk, r. 266 Brannan 

Ayers M. , traveling salesman George A. Davis & Co., 
r. Oakland 

Ayers Maria D., widow, r. E s Carolina, bet Santa 
Clara and Mariposa 

Ayers Robert E., machinist Savage, Sons & Co., r. E s 
Carolina, bet Santa Clara and Mariposa 

Ayers Samuel P., miner, r. 22 Turk 

Ayers Thomas, pyrotechnist, r. Servia, bet Susque- 
hanna and St. John 

Ayers William, blacksmith John Dippel, r. Servia, 
bet Susquehanna and St. John 

Ayers William, carpenter, r. 116 Austin 

Ayers William, laborer C. P. RR. Co., r. 913 Bryant 

Ayers William, shipcalker, r. S s Servia, bet Susque- 
hanna and St. John 

ll^~ Ayers. See Ayres and Eayrs 

Ayhens Leon C, butcher Armand Decourtieux Jr., 
r. 210 Montgomery Av 

Ayhens Paul J., butcher Crummey k. Hall, r. S s Par- 
aguay, bet St. John and Susquehanna 

Ayler Edward, blacksmith Western Iron Works 

Ayling Walter, machinist, r. 3 Rushton PI 

Aylward John J., machinist, r. 67 Minna 

Aylsworth Nellie G. Mrs., medium, r. 110 Ninth 

Ayolo Augustin Mrs., boarding, SW cor Twenty-sixth 
and San Jose Av 

Ayres Emma, widow, r. 1208 Sutter 

Ayres F. V., r. 110 Montgomery 

Ayres Harry, steward schr Anna Mathilde, r. Sailors' 
Home 

Ayres Irvin (D. L. Beck & Sons) r. Oakland 

Ayres Sarah, groceries, 541 Montgomery Av, r. 1220 
Union 

Ayres William, clerk, r. 1220 Union 

Ayres William G., clerk, r. 1220 Union 

6^ Ayres. See Ayers and Eayrs 

Ayscough -Arthur, chairmaker Wakefield Rattan Co., 
r. 140 Minna 

Ayscough William, chairmaker Wakefield Rattan Co., 
r. 140 Minna 

Azcavate.ingel, French Ben. Soc. 

Azeroth Frederick W. H., grocer, r. 1318 Eddy 

Azores Union Honse, Freitas & Rodgers propri- 
etors, 66-68 Oregon 



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Boston, Buffalo. Tickets, lowest rates, 
at General Ticket Office, 3 New Mont- 
gomery street, nnder Palace Hotel, via 
Overland Short Line, Central Pacific, 
CHICAGO AND NORTH - WESTERN 
RAILWAY 
Baader John, bartender, r. 629 Bush 
Baago K., r. 712 M Geary 
Baar James L., conductor Market St. RR., r. 1636 

Golden Gate Av 
Baas Charles, bartender, r. 1718 Stockton 
Baas Charles, captain schr Laura Pike, r. Alameda 
Baaser Ferdinand, distiller, r. N s Servia, bet Svis- 

quehanna and St. John 
Baba Alfred, carrier Guide, r. 310 Montgomery Av 
Baba Dominick, cook A. Jugassovich, r. 106 Sixth 
Babb Edward, crockery and glassware. 34 Sixth 
Babb Milton E., attorney at law, 330 Pine, room 44, r. 

31 Third 
Babbitt Elmer, clerk John Markel, r.'727 Vallejo 
Babbitt John H., proptr Excelsior Straw Works, 120 

Fourth, r. 304 Bartlett 
Babbitt Minnie Mrs., medium, r. 1029 Mission 
Babbitt Samuel T., laborer S. F. Cordage Factory, r. 

NE cor Sierra and Tennessee 
Babcock Charles A., clerk, r. 108 Sixth 
Babcock George, r. 708 Taylor 
Babcock George, clerk TJ. S. Railway Mail Service, r. 

Irving, Cal. 
Babcock Harry, clerk, r. 11 Essex 
Babcock Jasper, commercial traveler, r. 12 Dale PI 
Babcock John P., workman coiner's dept U. S. Mint, 

r. 502 Powell 
Babcock Kate D. Miss, r. 11 Essex 
Babcock Louisa Mrs., r. 1041 Mission 
Babcock M., manager subscription dept A. L. Ban- 
croft & Co., r. 22 Geary 
Babcock S. P,, draftsman O. S. Surveyor General's 

Office, r. Oakland 
Babcock Warren, calker, r. 30 Spear 
Babcock William (Parrott & Co.) r. San Rafael 
Babcock William, seaman, r. 108 Berry 
Babcock William, trackman Market St. RR„ r. 1723 

Market 
Babcock William F. (Parrott & Co.) r. 11 Essex 
Babcock William W., carpenter, r. 13 Page 
Babcock Si Wilcox Co. The, manufacturers 
water tube steam boilers, Charles G. Ewing 
manager, 561 Mission 
Babcock Charles A,, clerk The Bradstreet Co., r. 219 

Golden Gate Av 
Baber Holdene, tanner Brandt Bros.,r. Hampshire, 

nr Twenty-fourth 
Babich Jacob, fruit stand. Market, nr Davis, r. 502 

Washington 
Babin Landry C, real estate and rent collector, 

612 Commercial, r. 1213 Filbert 
Babin Thomas, liquor saloon, 1228 Dupont 
Babkirk Alexander C, carpenter, r. 1330 Broadway 
Babkirk David P., plumber and gasfitter, 1330 Broad- 
way 
Babkirk Frederick, watchman Am. Sugar Refinery, r. 

1330 Broadway 
Babkirk Frederick H. M., assistant weigher Am. Sugar 

Refinery, r. 1330 Broadway 
Babkirk Helen, widow, r. 1330 Broadway 
Babson Seth, architect, 318 Pine, room 37, r. Alameda 
Baccala Clement (Louis Baccala & Sons) r. 536 Wash- 
ington 
Baccala Emil (Louis Baccala & Sons) r. 536 Washing- 
ton 



Baccala Joseph (Louis Baccala & Sons) r. 536 Wash- 
ington 
Baccala Louis (Louis Baccala & Sons) r. 536 Washing. 

ton 
Baccala Louis & Sons (Louis, Emil, Joseph and Cle- 
ment) restaurant, 536 Washington 
Bacci Giuseppi, Garibaldi Guard, 423 Broadway 
Bacci L., teamster, r. 635 Vallejo 
Bacci Santi (G. Martin & Co.) r. 635 "Vallejo 
Baccia Antone (Josich & Baccia) r. 212 Brannan 
Baccigalupi Andrea, fisherman, r. 11 Bartol 
Baccigalupi Angelo, Garibaldi Guard, 423 Broadway 
Baccigalupi Antone, porter G. H. Tay & Co. 
Baccigalupi Antonio L. (Baccigalupi & Casassa) r. 2 

Telegraph PI 
Baccigalupi Brothers (Giovanni & Paulo) bootblacks, 

652 Market 
Baccigalupi Carlo. Garibaldi Guard, 423 Broadway 
Baccigalupi Francisco, curtman, r. 736 Vallejo 
Baccigalupi Francisco, distiller, r. 10 Union PI 
Baccigalupi Francisco, fruit peddler, r. 431 Vallejo 
Baccigalupi Frank, bookbinder, r. 1805 Mason 
Baccigalupi Gaetano, melter U. S. Mint. r. 524 Filbert 
Baccigalupi Gerolamo, Garibaldi Guard, 423 Broad- 
way 
Baccigalupi Giovanni (Baccigalupi Bros.) r. 522 Fil- 
bert, rear 
Baccigalupi Giovanni, boots and shoes, NW cor Mis- 
sion and Kingston Av 
Baccigalupi John, longshoreman, r. 810 Union 
Baccigalupi Joseph, laborer, r. 718 Greenwich, rear 
Baccigalupi Joseph, woodcarver, r. 1805 Mason 
Baccigalupi Levi, dyer S. F. Pioneer Woolen Factory, 

r. North Point, nr Polk 
Baccigalupi Lorenzo, liquor saloon, 1341 Dupont 
Baccigalupi Louis, bootblack, r. 810 Union 
Baccigalupi Luigi, gardener, r. 2309 Mason 
Baccigalupi Luigi, peddler, r. 526 M Linden Av 
Baccigalupi Napoleon, Garibaldi Guard, 423 Broad- 
way 
Baccigalupi Paul, paints, oils, etc., 1408 Dupont, r. 420 

Union 
Baccigalupi Paulo (Baccigalupi Bros.) r. 522 Filbert, 

rear 
Baccigalupi Stephen, marble cutter, r. 1805 Mason 
Baccigalupi Thomas, fruits and vegetables, 1322 

Kearny 
Baccigalupi Vincent B., machinist, r. 681 Mission 
Baccigalupi Vincent B. Jr., machinist, r. 681 Mission 
Baccigalupi & Casassa (A. L. Baccigalupi and Ste- 
phauo Casassa) fruits, 507 Washington 

BAGOIGALUPO DOMENIOO 

native wines, 1419 Dnpont 

Bacctts Alfred, French Ben. Soc. 

Baccus, Charles J., French Ben. Soc. 

Baccus Frederick W. B., laborer, r. 79 West Mission 

Baccus Henry D., joiner Jason Springer & Co., r. 644 

Howard 
Baccus John B., lumber surveyor, r. 4 Twentieth, bet 

Treat Av and Harrison 
Baccus Louis, French Ben. Soc. 
Baccus Robert J., brassfinisher W. T. Garratt, r. 4 

Twentieth, bet Treat Av and Harrison 
Baccus Richard T., butcher, SW cor O'Farrell and 

Mason, r. 319 O'Farrell 
B^Baccus. See Backus 
Bach August E., driver Julius Rosenstirn, r. 3 Morrel 

PI 
Bach Charles (Bach & Lux) r. 1.583 Folsom 
Bach Frank, laborer, r. 411 Pacific 
Bach Frederick W., r. 1002 Powell 
Bach Harry P., barber, r. 1116 Leavenworth 
Bach John (Bach, Meese & Co.) r. 2022 Mission 
Bach Leon, salesman A. J. Prager, r. 625 California 
Bacli, Meese & Co. (John Bach and Hermann 

Meese) wholesale wines and liquors, 321 Mont- 
gomery 

Schafer &, Co. 

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Bach 'SVllliam F., en{?raver Scbm idtLabel aud Litho- 
graphic Co., r. 2022 Mission 
Bnt-li & I.UX (Charlt-'S Bach and Frank Lux) proptrs 
Pioneer, Bay aud Union JIalt Houses, and import- 
ers and jobbers hups, corks and brewers' mate- 
rials, ").'i.">-537 Sacramento 
Bachasson Francois, French Ben. Soc. 
Bachelder Alvah H., manager Holt Bros., r. Oakland 
Bachelder Charles S., exchange clerk Pacific Bank, r. 

127 Sutter 
Bachelder Edward M., bill clerk _Cal. Cracker Co., r. 

Whitney, nr Palmer 
Bachelder Frank J., tr.iveling salesman Seth Thomas 

Clock Co., r. 92<)>i.. Broadway 
Bachelder Frederick H., conductor N. B. and M. RR. 

r. 2817 Folsom 
Bachelder H. L., with Singer Mnfg Co., r. 4 Hopeton 

Terrace 
Bachelder Horace, r. W 6 Whitney, nr Thirty-first 
Bachelder James W., clerk Mission Bay Warehouses, 

r. Ws Whitney, bet Thirtieth and Thirty-first 
Bachelder John W., attorney at law, r. 1228 Wash- 
ington 
iGTBachelder. See Batchelder 
Bacher Charles S., butcher, SE cor Clay and Taylor, 

r. 1135 Clay 
Bacher E. Mme., hair emporium, 918 Market 
Bacher Frank A., hair emporium, 918 Market 
Bacher Franz, soapmaker. 135 Xatoma 
Bacher Fred. A., solicitor Germania Ins. Co. 
i^" Bacher. See Backer, Baker. Bakker and Becker 
Bachert A., salesman B. Nathan & Co., r. Palace 

Hotel 
Baohfelder Edward, carpenter, r. 1072 Howard, rear 
Bacliinan Brothers (Herman S., Nathan S.. 
I)avid S. and Leopold S.) importers foreign and 
domestic dry goods, 10-12 Battery and 10 Bush, 
New York office 66-68 Worth 
Bachman David S. (Bachman Bros.) r. 1617 Van Ness 

Av 
Bachman Felix, with Falkenstein Shirt Mnfg Co., r. 

1508 Post 
Bachman Frederick, longshoreman, r. 548 Howard 
Bachman Frederick, packer Langley & Michaels, r. 

Oakland 
Bachman Herman S. (Bachman Bros.) r. New York 
Bachman John, seaman, r. 238 Steuart 
Bachman Leopold (Frankenthal, Bachman & Co.) r. 

1803 Octavia 
Bachman Leopold S. (Bachman Bros.) r. 619 Leaven- 
worth 
Bachman Nathan S. (Bachman Bros.) r. 1716 Van 

Ness Av 
Bachman Ray, stock clerk Greenzweig & Lyons, r. 

1024 Larkin 
Bachman Samuel N., stock clerk Bachman Bros., r. 

1716 Van Ness Av 
Bachman Simon (Esberg, Bachman & Co.) r. 1115 

Van Ness Av 
1^" Bachman. See Beckmann 
Bachmann Frederick, carpenter, r. Wool, nr Lincoln, 

B. H. 
Bachmann Jacob, machinist, r. 729 Clay 
Bachmann Julius, bartender, r. 823 Valencia 
Bachmann Theodore, porter Brunings & Myers, r. 

411 Dolores 
Bachstien Louis, furniture finisher Frei's Furniture 

Factory, r. 10 Rincon Av 
Back Lyman L., tailor L. Kelly, r. 305 Minna 
Back Matthias, waiter, r. 624 Fourth 
Backe Arent C. printer, r. 318 Davis 
Backe Charles, shoefitter. r. 422 Post, rear 
Backe Frank, upholsterer, r. 2622 Sutter 
Backer Charles J., seaman, r. 263 East 
Backer Henry, baker, r. 1036 Clay 
K?" Backer. See Bacher, Baker, Bakker and Becker 
Backess Charles E., compositor Examiner, r. 322 
Lombard 



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FURNISHES INSURANCE AT 

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Backhaus G. H., steward Lick House, r. 1816 Sacra- 
mento 
Backman Henry M.. shoemaker, r. 612 Mission 
Backman Jacob, cabinetmaker E. H. Linforth 
Backmaun Ernst, cook Lcuvre Branch, r. 17 Fourth 
Backstedt Diedrich, canner, r. 3010 Folsom, rear, 

B. H. 
Backstedt William, helper Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 17 

Garden 
Backstrom Otto, clerk Charles F. Merle, r. 6 Martha 

PI 
Backus Charles, master mariner, r. 121 Francisco 
Backus Jerome H.. hotelkeeper, r. 1816 Sacramento 
Backus Oscar J. (George H. Tay & Co.) r. Oakland 
Backus Peter, bartender, r. 29 Pacific 
Backus Philip M., bookkeeper Risdon Land L. Works, 

r. 725 California 
Backus Samuel W., postmaster San Francisco, 

r. 2119 Buchanan 
e^ Backus. See Baccus 
Bacome William (Flood & Bacome) r. 258 Clementina, 

rear 
Bacome Adelina A. Mrs., assistant Grant Primary 

School, r. 1714 Sacramento 
Bacon Alice, dressmaker, r. 756 Harrison 
Bacon Alonzo P., clerk S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 504 

Geary 
Bacon Charles, painter J. P. Eraser 
Bacon Clarissa F., widow, r. 2513 Folsom 
Bacon Edwin H., with Coast Review, r. 611 Octavia 
Bacon F. P., president Globe Iron Works, r. Oak- 
land 
Bacon Francis H., bookkeeper C. W. Beach & Co., r. 

110 Eddy 
Bacon Frank, r. 1421 Steiner 
Becon Frederick L., letter carrier Post Office, r. 729 Ji 

Treat Av 
Bacon Gaston E. (Abramson & Bacon) r. 1421 Steiner 
Bacon George H., assistant superintendent N. B. and 

M. RR., r. 2817 Folsom 
Bacon Henry D., real estate, 305 Sansome, r. Oak- 
land 
Bacon Horace, bailiff V. S. District Court, r. 8 Sixth 
Bacon Jacolj (Bacon & Company) r. 2200 Califor- 
nia 

BACON JOHN Bi proprietor Mag- 
nolia Saloon, ^13 Montg^oinery, under 
Rass House, r. 1711 Post 

Bacon Joseph A., r. Oil Octavia 

Bacon Josepli S., agent Boston and Philadelphia 

Board of Underwriters, 316 California, r. 806 

Jones 
Bacon Joseph V. , bookkeeper Pioneer White Lead 

Works, r. 800 Jones 
Bacon Martin, stockbroker, 325 Montgomery, r. 2022 

Fillmore 
Bacon O. G, Mrs,, r. 361 Eleventh 
Bacon Robert, compositor A. L. Bancroft & Co., r. 611 

Octavia 
Bacon William, machine operator P. F. Nolan & Sons, 

r. 17 First Av 
Bacon William, steward, r. 133 Jackson 
Bacon William O., clerk Redington & Co., r. 1415 Tay- 
lor 

BACON & COMPANY .^acoi. 

Bacon and James K. A<;er) book and 
job printers, 508 Clay and 509 Sansome 

Bacquie Henri, bartender, 214 O'Farrell 
Badaracco Antonio, liquor saloon, 1308 Pacific 
Badaracco Charles, tinsmith A. L. Schuppert, r. 1308 

Pacific 
Badaracco David, wood and coal, 1314 Pacific 
Badaracco Louis (Louis Badaracco & Co.) r. 1511 Cali- 
fornia 
Badaracco Louis & Co. (Louis Badaracco and Paolo 
Linari) wood and coal, 1511 Califortia 






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Badarous Sidney B., real estate agent, r. 579 Harrison 
Baddely William, driver Union Pac. Transfer Co.,r. 

305 O'Farrell 
Bade Henry, r. 106 Twenty-fonrth 
Bade Joseph, cofiee saloon, G5t Mission 
Badell Oscar, clerk Castle Bros., r. 19.33 Geary 

Bader Max M., salesman Will&Finck, r. Emeryville 

Bader William, cook, r. 1151 Mission 

Badere Jean, commission merchant, r. 40i Tehama 

Badger G. H. (Badger & Hutchinson) r. 128 J^ O'Far- 
rell 

Badger H., r. SIO Taylor 

Badger Hill and Cherokee Gravel Mining Co. (Nevada 
Co., Cal.) H. Pichoir secretary, 320 Sansome, 
room 24 

Badger James, expressman, r. 1221 Lagiina 

Badger William G , wholesale clothing and 
furnishing goods, and agent Hallett, Davis & Co's 
Pianos and George Wood & Co'a Organs, 13 San- 
some, r. 923 Hyde 

Badger & Hutchinson (G- H. Badger and William 
Hutchinson) barbers, 128}^ O'Farrell 

Badgley William, tailor, r, 308 Minna 

Badhrok Hugo, r. 268 Minna 

BadlamA., r. 926 Clay 

Badlam Alexander, agent Northern Pacific and 
Pacific Express Cos., 407 Montgomery, r. 1024 
Franklin 

Badlam AlexanderT., insurance clerk W.T. Coleman 
& Co., r. 1024 Franklin 

Badlam Edgar, r. 1024 Franklin 

Badouin August, natternmaker City Iron Works, r. 3 
Graham PI 

Badsworth Edward, oysterman Kelson Bros., r. 2018 
Mission 

Badt Alexander L., bookkeeper P. Berwin & Bro., r. 
1305 Gough 

Badt Morris, merchant (Wells, Nev.) office 111 Bat- 
tery, r. 1307 Gough 

Badt Samuel, clerk M. Franklin & Bro., r. 1437 Polk 

Baechler Paul, r. 523 Sixth 

Baecke Charles, shoefitter, r. 422 Post, rear 

Baehr Charles, painter, r. 512 Bush 

Baehr Ferdinand W., bookkeeper Carlson & Currier, 
r. 9 Cedar Av 

Baehr William, mnfg jeweler, 649 Sacramento, r.l721 
Sacramento 

Baehr William Jr., clerk, r. 1721 Sacramento 

Baer A., commercial traveler, r. 120 Post 

Baer Amelia Miss, teacher music, r. 35 Buss 

Baer Edward G., cook, r. 604 Vallejo 

Baer Eliza, widow, r. 35 Russ 

Baer Isaac, carrier Bulletin, r. 38 Moss 

Baer John M., liquor saloon, 414 Sansome, r. 128 Oak 

Baer Joseph (Kaufman, Baer & Co.) r. 2024 Bush 

Baer Leopold (Weil, Leiter &Co.) r. 2300 California 

1^" Baer. See Baehr, Bahr and Bare 

Baerll Edward, cook Maximilian House, 907 Folsom 

Baerne Jacob, cook, r. 242 Jessie 

Baernsteln D. S., salesman Davis Bros., r. 120 Jones 

Baerechmidt Emllle, widow, r. 823 Valencia 

Baerwald George, expressman, SW cor Sixth and 
Howard, r. 101 Oak 

Baettge P. (Brugge & Baettge) r. 118 M Washington 

Baez Venancia, widow, r. 7U5 Greenwich 

Bafigo John, scavenger, r. 437 Shipley, rear 

Bagala Louis, salesman, r. SE cor Twenty-fifth and 
Alabama 

Bagga Louis C, seaman, r. 106 Washington 

Baggala Loomls, r. 726 Broadway, rear 

Baggett William T. (Stockwell & Co.) and attorney at 
law, 522 California, r. SW cor Jackson and Brod- 
erlck 

Baggett Winfield S., clerk, r. 714 Guerrero 

Baggs Alexander L., clerk, r. 820 Howard 

Bages Edward B., clerk, r. 820 Howard 

Baggs Isaac, attorney at law, office and r. 820 Howard 

Baggs S. C, "engineer, r. 1225 Twenty-sixth 



r. 424 Vallejo 
422 Vallejo 



Bagler Patrick, hostler Fashion Stables, r. 1 Meacham 

PI 
Bagley A. D. Mrs., widow, r. 28 Liberty 
Bagley David B., clerk Bank of California, r. 28 Lib- 
erty 
Bagley Jeremiah, hostler, r. 240 Jessie ■ 
Bagley Michael, laborer S. F. Gas Light Co., r. S s 

Seventeenth, bet Collingwood and Diamond 
Bagley Perkins H., inventor, r. 118 Eddy 
Bagley Peter, laborer, r. 30 Frederick 
Bagley Robert C. , r. 52 Steuart 
Bagley Sarah, widow, r. 33 South Park 
Bagley Sarah W. Miss, r. 28 Liberty 
Bagley W. H., r. 307 Fourth 
1^" Bagley. See Begley 
Baglieto Giuseppe (Valenti & Baglleto) 
Baglietto Luigl (Baglietto & Cerruti) r. 
Baglietto& Cerruti (Luigi Baglietto and Giuseppe J. 

Cerruti) produce commission, 421 Davis 

Bagnall Mrs., widow, r. 534 Tehama 

Baglin Hugh, stonecutter, 10 Verona PI 

Bagnall John, teacher Hamilton School, r. 20 Elliot 

Park 
Bagnall Joseph J., mate stmr Emma 
Bagnasco Policarpo, photographer I. W. Taber, r. 18 

Lewis 
Bagner Christian, r. 2226 J«i Hyde 
Bagnoli Temistocle, Garibaldi Guard, 423 Broadway 
Bagot E. G., printer, r. 734 Montgoftiery 
Bag'ot Frederick, with S. F. Directory Publish- 
ing Co., 518 Clay 
Baguie Dominique, capitalist, r. 1523 Powell 
Bahan James, tinplate worker, r. 338 Minna 
Bahlmann Henry, cashier Philadelphia Brewery, r. 

2231 Howard 
Bahlmann Herman N., driver Philadelphia Brewery, 

r. 906 Treat Av 
Bahls John F. W. (Althof & Bahls) r. Oakland 
Bahn Charles, mate schr William and Albert 

Clav 
Bahn Charles, boatman, r. 16 Folsom 
Bahnsen William J., waiter Quaker Dairy, r. 

Montgomery 
Bahr Fritz, teamster, r. cor Bahama and Yazoo 
Bahr Heinrich, bartender Julius Jobmann, r. 

Jessie 

Bahr Paul, seaman, r. 102 Mission 
Bahr Pauline, cook, 908 Ellis 
Bshr William, butcher, r. cor Bahama and Tazoo 
Bahrenf uss Louise, widow, r. 907 Jones 
Bahrs Andrew, Insurance broker, r. 1-515 Broadway 
Bahrs George H., clerk M. Eyre. r. 1515 Broadway 
Bahrs John, drayman Naber, Alfs & Brune, r. KWcor 

Eighteenth and Collingwood 
Bahrt Martin, groceries and liquors, SE cor Twelfth 

and Folsom 
Baifott Henry, cook, r. NW cor Greenwich and Brod- 

erick 
Bail Adolf (Adolf Bail & Co.) r. 403 Third 
Bail Adolf & Co. (Adolph Bail) liquor saloon, NWcor 

Dupont and Geary 
Ball Paul, tailor Henry Planz, r. 15 Monroe 
Bail Richard, bricklayer, r. 15 Monroe 
Bailey Albert, carriage builder, r. 911 Harrison 
Bailey Alexander, tinsmith Adams & Pritchard 
Bailey Alexander H., real estate agent, r. 309 Fell 
Bailey Alexander H. Jr. carpenter, r. 309 Fell 
Bailey Alice, domestic, 1213 McAllister 
Bailey Amos J., speculator, r Palace Hotel 
Bailey Ann, widow, r. 2832 3^ California 
Bailey Augustus, harnessmaker, r. 502 M Broadway 
Bailey Burns, oiler stmr City of New York 
Bailey Byron, carpenter, r. 146 Tehama 
Bailey Byron Jr., carpenter, r. 146 Tehama 
Bailey O. V., freight clerk stmr San Jose 
Bailey Charles, r. 528 J6 Valencia 
Bailey Charles A., mlUhand Miller & Hamilton, r.286- 

Stevenson 

DR. BAZAN'S 

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Also Medicated and Electric Batlis &iven. 

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dealers in KITCHEST FUKNITL'RE of every description. 
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Charles A., with Huntington, Hopkins & Co., 
uklaud 

Charles H. (Haslett & Bailey) r. 226 Fair Oaks 
"Iharles H., clerk C. P. UR.. r. i Freelon 
iharles J., second lieutenant Ist Artillery, U. 

Presidio 
harles P., clerk U. S. Railway Mail Service, 
Stevenson 
win F.. driver Pac. Carriage Co., r. 226 
er 
E. F., selector R. A. Swain & Co., r.810 Folsom 
y Ellen, widow, r. 813 Bush 
y Elton F., teamster, r. 1058 Howard 
y Eva Mrs., r. lOOM Second 

y Frank B., liquor saloon, 653 Washington, r. 
5M Stockton 

ey Fred. L., gripman Cal. St. RR., r. 1518 Polk 
ey Frederick P., miner, r. 1309 Mission 
|py George (Bailey & McLean) r. 533 Commercial 
By George, driver, r. W s Susquehanna, bet Para- 
Ibay and Servia it 

I ^B George, laborer, r. NE cor Page and Webster 
■rGeorge A., apprentice Bailey & O'Dounell, r. 
Vf9 McAllister 
|ey George H., conductor N. B. and M. RR.,r. 821) 
rFolsom 
ley George H., machinist S. F. Tool Co., r. 1520 
Jackson 
iley George W., oil clothing maker Charles Sutton 
Jr. &Co.,r. Es Treat Av, bet Twenty-first and 
^Twenty-second 

'ey H., clerk, r. Capitol House 
sy H., fireman stuir George W. Elder 
"^ M. Mrs., bakery, 1015 Howard 
C, plumber, r. 1015 Ellis 
Henry, barrel dealer, r. 1015 Howard 
Henry, mnfr curled hair, SW cor Marquesas 
1 St. John 

Henry, painter, r. 1223 Lombard 
Henry A., seaman, r. 438 Broadway 
ey Herbert F., carpenter, r. 360 Jessie 
ey Isaac L,, carriage builder, r. 911 Harrison 
.iley James D., secretary Union Insurance Co., 
416 California, r. 1915 Franklin 
ailey James F., cook stmr Newark, r. Alameda 
ailey James M., apprentice E. F. Lorquin, r. 236 

Jessie 
alley James S., peddler, r. Silver Av, nr San Bruno 

Road, U. M. T. 
.iley John, laborer Francisco Garcia, r. 718 Mont- 
» gomery 

^ey John, painter, r. 522 Turk, rear 
ey John, saloon watchman stmr Colima 
y Joseph C, wool and leather, oflice 218Califor- 
& . r. Oakland 
Foseph H., stationery and hardware, 524 Mont- 
jery Av, r. 830 Union 
Judson, watchman, r. 34 Page 
Kate M., widow, r. 113 Ridley 
'y Leon F., lithographer, r. 1603 Dupont 
ey Lewis H. Jr., machinist Market St. RR., r. 207 
Fell 
iley Louis, barber, r. 62 Tehama 
iley M. Mrs., widow, r. The Baldwin 
liley Margaret, widow, liquor saloon, 71 Minna 
liley Maria, widow, r, Silver Av, nr San Bruno 

Road, U. M. T. 
ailey M. D. Mrs., widow, r. 1518 Polk 
ailey Xapoleon L., barber John Callinan, r. 62 Te- 
hama 

ley Nathan J., butcher, 513 Bryant, r. 16J^ De 
Boom 

ey Newton J., r. 536 Sixteenth 
}y Orrin, upholsterer, r. 1423 Kearny 
^atrick. barrel dealer, r. 719 Brannan 
•eter (Kelly & Bailey) r. 5 Howard Court 
eter, carpenter, r. 5G6 Howard 




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NEWARK, NEW JERSEY. 
AMZI DODD, President. 

TOTAL RECEIPTS, ■ - $128,492,320 34. 

ASH I^OAKS are made up to one-half of the 

reserve value of its policies, when satisfactory assign- 
ments can be made as collateral security 

AMES MUNSELL Jr., Agent, 415 Montg'y St, 



^BURR FOLDING 





The hlgliest comfort and 
RFoatest economy secured by their use. Opens and closes 
with bedding and pillows nil In place. Made In thirty stvles, 
plain, ornamental and elaborate, from fW up. 

H. H. CROSS, 16-18 Second St. 

Bailey Samuel C, plumber, r. 1615 Ellis 
Bailey Sarah, widow, r. 522 Turk, rear 
Bailey Sheppard D., proptr Tehama House, 438 Broad- 
way 
Bailey S. M. Mrs., r. 7.57 ?i Howard, rear 
Bailey Thomas, r. 173 Perry 
Bailey Thomas (Thomas Bailey & Co.) r. 702 Van Ness 

Av 
Bailey Thomas, billjioster, r. 173 Perry 
Bailey Thomas, cook S. F. Bar Association, r. 121 Post 
Bailey Tlionias «Sf Co. (Thomas Bailey and Wm. 
P. Pyne) wool scourers, graders and packers, NW 
cor Fifth and Bluxome 
Bailey Thomas J. (Bailey & O'Donnell) r. 528 Hayes 
Bailey T. O., engineer S. P. RR., r. 205 Sixteenth 
Bailey Walter, porter, r. 132 First 
Bailey W. Frank, carpenter, r. 140 Tehama 
Bailey William, laborer, r. 719 Brannan 
Bailey William, teamster, r. 345}^ Third 
Bailey William A., engineer, r. 516 Bryant 
Bailey William B., apprentice Union Iron Works, r. 

1015 Howard 
Bailey Wilson S., plasterer, r. 20 Alvarado 
Bailey & Mcl-ean (George Bailey and Wm. McLean) 

proptrs Railroad Lodgings, 533 Commercial 
Bailey & O'Donnell (Thos. J. Bailey and Thos. J. 

O'Donnell) plumbing and gastitting, 532 Hayes 
B^Bailey. See Baillie, Bailly, Bayley and Bayly 
Bailie James L., laborer, r. 103 Leavenworth 
Bailie John C, clerk, r. 41 De Boom 
Bailie Thomas, stevedore O. R. and N. Co., r. 41 De 

Boom 
Bailies Joseph, butcher Armand Decourtieux. r. 725 

Broadway 
Baillie William, foreman W. B. Summer & Co., r. 

1309 Steiner 
Bailly Achille (Bailly Bros.) r. 514 Filbert 
Bailly Alfred, porkpacker R. F. Bunker, r. 514 Fil- 
bert 
Bailly Arthur (Bailly Bros.) r. 514 Filbert 
Bailly Brothers (Arthur and Achille) porkpackers, 71 

Cal. Market 
Bailly John M., conductor, r. 235 Oak 
Bailly Jules J., porkpacker Bailly Bros., r. 1703 Du- 
pont 
Bailly Leon, stone grinder A. L. Bancroft & Co.. r. 

1603 Dupont 
Bailly Paris, French Ben. Soc. 
Bailly Thomas E., student, r. 2.35 Oak 
Bally Charles M., first lieutenant Eighth Infantry, U. 

S. A., Angel Island 
Baily David, carpenter, r. 309 Fell 
Baily Glislta I., colonel and surgeon U. S. A., 36 

New Montgomery, r. 607 Bush 
Baily Fred., clerk Newman & Levlnson, r. 737 3<; 

Union 
Baily George, clerk and stoker Engine No. 11, S. F. 

F. D., r. Fourteenth Av, bet Railroad Av and N 
Baily William A., engineer Engine No. 10, 8. F. F.D.. 

r. 308 3is Tenth 
Baily William J., proprietor Isthmus House. 54 

First 
83'' Baily. See Bailey, Baillie, Bailly and Bayley 
Bain Alexander, longshoreman, r. 425 Greenwich 
Bain Charles, plumber's helper, r. 129 Bernard 
Bain Hannah, operator Neville & Co., r. 737 Brannan 
Bain James, machinist and extrama Hose Co. No. 3, 

S. F. F. D., r. 666 Harrison 
Bain James, tinsmith Holbrook. Merrill & Stetson, r. 

328 Minna 
Bain James S., foreman E. A. Rix & Co., r. N s Twen- 
ty-fifth, nr Castro 
Bain John, blacksmith, r. 31 Perry 
Bain John, treasurer Cal. Savings and Loan Society, 

r. 31 Perry 
Bain Michael, shoemaker Susmann & Frohmann, r. 

229 Minna 
Bain Robert, waiter, r. 923 Hyde 



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Importers and Dealers in 
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309, 311, 313, 315 and 317 MARKET STREET 



Badarous Sidney B., real estate agent, r. 579 Harrison 

Baddely William, driver Union Pac. Transfer Co.,r. 
305 O'Farrell 

Bade Henry, r. 106 Twenty-fourth 

Bade Joseph, coffee saloon, 654 Mission 

Badell Oscar, clerk Castle ISros., r. 1933 Geary 

Bader Max M., salesman Will&Finck, r. Emeryville 

Bader William, cook, r. 1151 Mission 

Badere Jean, commission merchant, r. 404 Tehama 

Badger G. H. (Badger & Hutchinson) r. 128}^ O'Far- 
rell 

Badger H., r. SIO Taylor 

Badger Hill and Cherokee Gravel Mining Co. (Nevada 
Co., Cal.) H. Pichoir secretary, 320 Sansome, 
room 24 

Badger James, expressman, r. 1221 Laguna 

Badg'er William G , wholesale clothing and 
furnishing goods, and agent Hallett, Davis & Go's 
Pianos and George Wood & Co'b Organs, 13 San- 
some, r. 923 Hyde 

Badger & Hutchinson (G- H. Badger and William 
Hutchinson) barbers, 128k O'Farrell 

Badgley William, tailor, r. 308 Minna 

Badhrok Hugo, r. 268 Minna 

BadlamA., r. 926 Clay 

Badlain Alexander, agent Northern Pacific and 
Pacific Express Cos., 407 Montgomery, r. 1024 
Franklin 

Badlam AlexanderT., insurance clerk W.T. Coleman 
& Co.. r. 1024 Franklin 

Badlam Edgar, r. 1024 Franklin 

Badouin August, natternmaker City Iron Works, r. 3 
Graham PI 

Badsworth Edward, oysterman Nelson Bros., r. 2018 
Mission 

Badt Alexander L., bookkeeper P. Berwin & Bro., r. 
1305 Gough 

Badt Morris, merchant (Wells, Nev.) office 111 Bat- 
tery, r. 1307 Gough 

Badt Samuel, clerk M. Franklin & Bro., r. 1437 Polk 

Baechler Paul, r. 523 Sixth 

Baecke Charles, shoefitter, r. 422 Post, rear 

Baehr Charles, painter, r. 512 Bush 

Baehr Ferdinand W., bookkeeper Carlson & Currier, 
r. 9 Cedar Av 

Baehr William, mnfg jeweler, 649 Sacramento, r.l721 
Sacramento 

Baehr William Jr., clerk, r. 1721 Sacramento 

Baer A., commercial traveler, r. 120 Post 

Baer Amelia Miss, teacher music, r. 35 Buss 

Baer Edward G., cook, r. 604 Vallejo 

Baer Eliza, widow, r. 35 Kuss 

Baer Isaac, carrier Bulletin, r. 38 Moss 

Baer John M., liquor saloon, 414 Sansome, r. 128 Oak 

Baer Joseph (Kaufman, Baer & Co.) r. 2024 Bush 

Baer Leopold (Weil, Leiter & Co.) r. 2300 California 

8®" Baer. See Baehr, Bahr and Bare 

Baerli Edward, cook Maximilian House, 907 Folsom 

Baerne Jacob, cook, r. 242 Jessie 

Baernstein T>. S., salesman Davis Bros., r. 120 Jones 

Baerschmidt Emilie, widow, r. 823 Valencia 

Baerwald George, expressman, SW cor Sixth and 
Howard, r. 101 Oak 

Baettge P. (Brugge & Baettge) r. 118J^ Washington 

Baez Venancia, widow, r. 705 Greenwich 

Bafigo John, scavenger, r. 437 Shipley, rear 

Bagala Louis, salesman, r. SE cor Twenty-fifth and 
Alabama 

Bagga Louis C, seaman, r. 106 Washington 

Baggala Loomis, r. 726 Broadway, rear 

Baggett William T. (Stockwell & Co.) and attorney at 
law, 522 California, r. SW cor Jackson and Brod- 
erick 

Baggett Winfield S., clerk, r. 714 Guerrero 

Baggs Alexander L., clerk, r. 820 Howard 

Baggs Edward B., clerk, r. 820 Howard 

Baggs Isaac, attorney at law, office and r. 820 Howard 

BaggB S. C, 'engineer, r. 1225 Twenty-sixth 



Bagler Patrick, hostler Fashion Stables, r. 1 Mei 

PI 
Bagley A. D. Mrs., widow, r. 28 Liberty 
Bagley David B., clerk Bank of California, r.' 

erty i 

Bagley Jeremiah, hostler, r. 240 Jessie • i 
Bagley Mii:hael, laborer S. F. Gas Light C(f 

Seventeenth, bet Oollingwood and DiamC 
Bagley Perkins H., inventor, r. 118 Eddy 
Bagley Peter, laborer, r. 30 Frederick 
Bagley Robert C. , r. 52 Steuart 
Bagley Sarah, widow, r. 33 South Park 
Bagley Sarah W. Miss, r. 28 Liberty 
Bagley W. H., r. 307 Fourth 
1^" Bagley. See Begley 

Baglieto Giuseppe (Valenti & Baglieto) r. 424 Tall 
Baglietto Luigi (Baglietto & Cerruti) r. 422 Vallejo 
Baglietto& Cerruti (Luigi Baglietto and Giuseppe 

Cerruti) produce commission, 421 Davis 

Bagnall Mrs., widow, r. 534 Tehama 

Baglin Hugh, stonecutter, 10 Verona PI 
Bagnall John, teacher Hamilton School, r. 20 

Park 

Bagnall Joseph J., mate stmr Emma 
Bagnasco Policarpo, photographer I. W. Taber, r. 

Lewis 
Bagner Christian, r. 2226 J<J Hyde 
Bagnoli Temistocle, Garibaldi Guard, 423 Broadwa; 
Bagot E. G., printer, r. 734 Montgomery 
Bagot Frederick, with S. F. Directory Publis' 

ing Co., 518 Clay 
Baguie Dominique, capitalist, r. 1.523 Powell 
Bahan James, tinplate worker, r. 338 Minna 
Bahlmann Henry, cashier Philadelphia Brewe' 

2231 Howard 
Bahlmann Herman N., driver Philadelphia Bre 

r. 906 Treat Av 
Bahls John F. W. (Althof & Bahls) r. Oakland 
Bahn Charles, mate schr William and Albert, 

Clay 
Bahn Charles, boatman, r. 16 Folsom 
Bahnsen William J., waiter Quaker Dairy, r. 1 

Montgomery 
Bahr Fritz, teamster, r. cor Bahama and Yazoo 
Bahr Heinrich, bartender Julius Jobmann, r. 441 

Jessie 
Bahr Paul, seaman, r. 102 Mission 
Bahr Pauline, cook, 908 Ellis 
Bshr William, butcher, r. cor Bahama and Yazoo 
Bahrenf uss Louise, widow, r. 907 Jones 
Bahrs Andrew, insurance broker, r. 1.515 Broadway 
Bahrs George H., clerk M. Eyre, r. 1515 Broadway 
Bahrs John, drayman Naber, Alfs & Brune, r. NWc 

Eighteenth and Collingwood 
Bahrt Martin, groceries and liquors, SE cor Twp 

and Folsom 
Baifott Henry, cook, r. NW cor Greenwich and h 

erick 
Bail Adolf (Adolf Bail k Co..) r. 403 Third 
Bail Adolf & Co. (Adolph Bail) liquor saloon, NWc« 

Dupont and Geary 
Bail Paul, tailor Henry Planz, r. 15 Monroe 
Bail Eichard, bricklayer, r. 15 Monroe 
Bailey Albert, carriage builder, r. 911 Harrison 
Bailey Alexander, tinsmith Adams k Pritchard 
Bailey Alexander H., real estate agent, r. 309 Fell 
Bailey Alexander H. Jr. carpenter, r. 309 Fell 
Bailey Alice, domestic, 1213 McAllister 
Bailey Amos J., speculator, r Palace Hotel 
Bailey Ann, widow, r. 2832 ><; California 
Bailey Augustus, harnessmaker, r. 502)^ Broadway 
Bailey Burns, oiler stmr City of New York 
Bailey Byron, carpenter, r. 146 Tehama 
Bailey Byron Jr., carpenter, r. 146 Tehama 
Bailey C. V., freight clerk stmr San Jose 
Bailey Charles, r. 528 J^ Valencia \ 

Bailey CharlesA., millhand Miller & Hamilton, ; 

Stevenson 

DR.. BAZAN'S 

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Also Medicated and Electric Batlis fiiven. 

415 SUTTER STREET. 415 



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RANGES, TINWARE, Etc., 29 TAYLOR ST. 



J. MACDOMOUGH & CO. 



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, conductor N. B. and M. RB.,r. 829 
machinist S. F. Tool Co., r. 1520 



eil clothing maker Charles Sntton 
Treat Av, bet Twenty-first and 



Bailey Charles A., -with Huntington, Hopkins & Co., 

r. Oakland 
Bailey Charles H. (Haslett & Bailey) r. 226 Fair Oaks 
Bailey Charles H., clerk C. P. KR.. r. 4 Freelon 
Bailey Charles J., second lieutenant Ist Artillery, U. 

S. A., Presidio 
Bailey Charles P., clerk U. S. Railway Mail Service, 

r. (i'23 Stevenson 
Bailey Edwin F.. driver Pac. Carriage Co., r. 226 

Sutter 

Bailey E. F.. selector R. A. Swnin & Co., r.810 Folsom 
Bailey Ellon, widow, r. 813 Bush 
Bailey Elton F., teamster, r. 1058 Howard 
Bailey Eva Mrs., r. 100 V. Second 
Bailey Frank B., liquor saloon, 653 Washington, r. 

25 3^ Stockton 
Bailey Fred. L., gripman Cal. St. RR., r. 1.518 Polk 
Bailey Frederick P., miner, r. 1309 Mission 
Bailey George {Bailey & McLean) r. .533 Commercial 
Bailey George, driver, r. W s Susquehanna, bet Para- 
guay and Servia * 
Bailey George, laborer, r. NE cor Page and Webster 
Bailey George A., apprentice Bailey & O'Donuell, r. 

. 509 McAllister 
Bailey George H., 

Folsom 
Bailey George H., 

Jackson 
Bailey George W., 
Jr. & Co., r. E s 
Twenty-second 
Bailey H., clerk, r. Capitol House 
Bailey H., fireman stiur George W. Elder 
Bailey M. Mrs., bakery, 1015 Howard 
Bailey H. C. plumber, r. 1015 Ellis 
Bailey Henry, barrel dealer, r. 1015 Howard 
Bailey Henry, mnfr curled hair, SW cor Marquesas 

and St. John 
Bailey Henry, painter, r. 1223 Lombard 
Bailey Henry A., seaman, r. 438 Broadway 
Bailey Herbert F., carpenter, r. 360 Jessie 
Bailey Isaac L,, carriage builder, r. 911 Harrison 
Bailey James D., secretary Union Insurance Co., 

416 California, r. 1915 Franklin 
Bailey James F., cook stmr Newark, r. Alameda 
Bailey James M,, apprentice E. F. Lorquin, r. 236 

Jessie 
Bailey James S., peddler, r. Silver Av, nr San Bruno 

Road, IT. M. T. 
Bailey John, laborer Francisco Garcia, r. 718 Mont- 
gomery 

Bailey John, painter, r. 522 Turk, rear 
Bailey John, saloon watchman stmr Colima 
Bailey Joseph C, wool and leather, oflBce 218Califor- 

nia, r. Oakland 
Bailey Joseph H., stationery and hardware, 524 Mont- 
gomery Av, r. 830 Union 
Bailey Judson, watchman, r. 34 Page 
Bailey Kate M., widow, r. 113 Ridley 
Bailey Leon F., lithographer, r. 1603 Dupont 
Bailey Lewis H. Jr., machinist Market St. RR., r. 207 

Fell 

Bailey Louis, barber, r. 62 Tehama 
Bailey M. Mrs., widow, r. The Baldwin 
Bailey Margaret, widow, liquor saloon, 71 Minna 
Bailey Maria, widow, r, Silver Av, nr San Bruno 

Road, U. M. T. 
Bailey M. D. Mrs., widow, r. 1518 Polk 
Bailey Napoleon L., barber John Callinan, r. 62 Te- 
hama 
Bailey Nathan J., butcher, 513 Bryant, r. 16J^ De 

Boom 

Bailey Newton J., r. 536 Sixteenth 
Bailey Orrin, upholsterer, r. 1423 Kearny 
Bailey Patrick, barrel dealer, r. 719 Brannan 
Bailey Peter (Kelly & Bailey) r. 5 Howard Court 
Bailey Peter, carpenter, r. 566 Howard 

MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INS. CO. 

NEWARK, NEW JERSEY. 
AMZI DODD, President. 

TOTAL RECEIPTS, • - $128,492,320 34. 

CASH 1.0ANS are made up to one-half of the 

reserve value of its policies, when satisfactory assign- 
ments can be made as collateral security 



JAMES MUNSELL Je., Agent, 415 Montg'y St. 




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The hlt'liest comfort and 

preatest economy secured by their use. Opens and closes 
with beddlnfr and pillows nil In place. Made In thirty styles, 
plain, ornanientnl and elaborate, from ^■<0 up. 

H. H. CROSS, 16-18 Second St. 

Bailey Samuel 0., plumber, r. 1615 Ellis 
Bailey Sarah, widow, r. 522 Turk, rear 
Bailey Sheppnrd D., proptr Tehama House, 438 Broad- 
way 
Bailey S. M. Mrs., r. 757?^ Howard, rear 
Bailey Thomas, r. 173 Perry 
Bailey Thomas (Thomas Bailey & Co.) r. 702 Van Ness 

Av 
Bailey Thomas, billposter, r. 173 Perry 
Bailey Thomas, cook S. F. Bar Association, r. 121 Post 
Bailey TUonias «& Co. (Thomas Bailey and Wm. 

P. Pyne) wool scourers, graders and packers, NW 

cor Fifth and Bluxome 
Bailey Thomas J. (Bailey & O'Donnell) r. 528 Hayes 
Bailey T. O., engineer S. P. RR., r. 205 Sixteenth 
Bailey Walter, porter, r. 132 First 
Bailey W. Frank, carpenter, r. 140 Tehama 
Bailey William, laborer, r. 719 Brannan 
Bailey William, teamster, r. 345 J^ Third 
Bailey William A., engineer, r. 516 Bryant 
Bailey William B., apprentice Union Iron Works, r. 

1015 Howard 
Bailey Wilson S., plasterer, r. 20 Alvarado 
Bailey & McLean (George Bailey and Wm. McLean) 

proptrs Railroad Lodgings, 533 Commercial 
Bailey & O'Donnell (Thoe. J. Bailey and ThoB. J. 

O'Donnell) plumbing and gasfltting, 532 Hayes 
B^Bailey. See Baillie, Ballly, Bayley and Bayly 
Bailie James L., laborer, r. 103 Leavenworth 
Bailie John C, clerk, r. 41 De Boom 
Bailie Thomas, stevedore O. R. and N. Co., r. 41 De 

Boom 
Bailies Joseph, butcher Armand Decourtieux, r. 725 

Broadway 
Baillie William, foreman W. B. Summer & Co., r. 

1309 Steiner 
Bailly Achille (Bailly Bros.) r. 514 Filbert 
Bailly Alfred, porkpacker R. F. Bunker, r. 514 Fil- 
bert 
Bailly Arthur (Bailly Bros.) r. 514 Filbert 
Bailly Brothers (Arthur and Achille) porkpackers, 71 

Cal. Market 
Bailly John M., conductor, r. 235 Oak 
Bailly Jules J., porkpacker Bailly Bros., r. 1703 Du- 
pont 
Bailly Leon, stone grinder A. L. Bancroft & Co., r. 

1603 Dupont 
Bailly Paris, French Ben. See. 
Bailly Thomas E., student, r. 2.35 Oak 
Baily Charles M., first lieutenant Eighth Infantry, U. 

S. A., Angel Island 
Baily David, carpenter, r. 309 Fell 
Batly E^lisiia I., colonel and surgeon U. 8. A., 36 

New Montgomery, r. 607 Bush 
Baily Fred., clerk Newman & Levlnson, r. 737 J^ 

Union 
Baily George, clerk and stoker Engine No. 11, S. F. 

F. D., r. Fourteenth Av, bet Railroad Av and N 
Baily William A., engineer Engine No. 10, 8. F. F.D., 

r.308}^ Tenth 
Baily William J., proprietor Isthmus House, 54 

First 
8^ Baily. See Bailey, Baillie, Bailly and Bayley 
Bain Alexander, longshoreman, r. 425 Greenwich 
Bain Charles, plumber's helper, r. 129 Bernard 
Bain Hannah, operator Neville & Co. , r. 737 Brannan 
Bain James, machinist and extrama Hose Co. No. 3, 

S. F. F. D., r. 666 Harrison 
Bain James, tinsmith Holbrook, Merrill & Stetson, r. 

328 Minna 
Bain James S., foreman E. A. Rix & Co., r. N s Twen- 
ty-fifth, nr Castro 
Bain John, blacksmith, r. 31 Perry 
Bain John, treasurer Cal. Savings and Loan Society, 

r. 31 Perry 
Bain Michael, shoemaker Susmann & Frohmann, r. 

229 Minna 
Bain Robert, waiter, r. 923 Hyde 



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Manufacturers of 

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309, 3]1, 313, 315 and 317 MARKET STREET 

Bain Thomas M., machinist Bennett & Daly, r. cor 

Twenty-flf th,and Castro 
8^" Bain. See Baine and Bane 
Bainbridge Arnop, detective, r. 626 Grove 
Bainbridge Peter, salesman, r. 445 Bryant 
Baine Kate Miss, r. 312 Eddy 
Baine Melinda Mrs., adjuster coiner's dept U.S. Mint, 

r. 122 Taylor 
Baines Thomas F., book agent, r. 85 West Mission 
Baines Walter, bartender, r. 257 Minna 
Baird An<lre-*v, note broker, 411 MoBtgomery, r, 

San Pablo Av, North Oakland 
Baird Alexander, carpenter, r. 61 Frederick 
Baird A. M., teamster Sanborn, Vail & Co., r. 1542 

Eddv 
Baird Charles W., bookkeeper C. P. RE. freight office, 

r. Marlborough House 
Baird Edward, seaman, r. 564 Howard 
: Baird Frank L., freight office C. P. RK., r. 869 Mission 
Baird James M. {Baird & Henderson) r. Berkeley 
Baird John J., tanner, r. NW cor Railroad Av and 

Manitoba 
Baird iMary Miss, dressmaker, r. 233 Seventh 
'' Baird Robert, molder, r. 233 Seventh 
Baird V. C. Mrs., r. 1454 Franklin 
Bairtl & Heiitlerson (J. M. Baird and John Hen- 
I dereon) book and job printers, 419 Sacramento 
i and 320 Sansome 

8^" Baird. See Beard 
Bajer William, r. 266 Brannan 
' Bakeman R., seaman stmr City of Chester 

Baker A. & A. (Augustus Baker) pictures, mirrors, etc., 
I 742 Mission 

Baker Abijah, farmer, r. 920 Sutter 
Baker Adam, teamster, r. 115 Natoma 
Baker Adam, teamster, r. 332 Brannan 
Baker Alfred D., watchman, r. 625 Vallejo 
Baker Alfred W., employee U. S. Custom House, r. 403 

Leavenworth 
Baker Arthur, drayman, r. 449 Clementina 
Baker Arthur, carpenter, r. 1510}^ Polk 
Baker Arthur, molder, r. 172 Clementina 
Baker Arthur S., bookkeeper Payot, Upham & Co., r. 

1812 Lyon 
Baker A. S., outside watch IT. S. Mint. r. Oakland 
Baker Augustus (A. & A. Baker) r. Fair Oaks, bet 

Twenty-first and Twenty-second 
Baker Charles, bakery, .508 Sixteenth 
Baker Charles, bartender r. 105 Prospect PI 
Baker Charles, laborer, r. 608M Fourth 
Baker Charles, teamster, r. 251 Tehama 
Baker Charles E., clerk Haas Bros. r. 1512 Folsom 
Baker Charles F. (Witzel & Baker) r. 1321 Golden 

Gate Av 
Baker Charles F., bookkeeper Sather & Co., r. Oakland 
Baker Charles H., florist, r. W s Chenery, bet Thir- 
tieth and Thirty-first 
Baker Charles H., lithographer, r. 1914 Union, rear 
Baker Charles H., teamster Getz Bros., r. 44 Zoe 
Baker Charles S., letter carrier Post Office, r. 801 Fil- 
bert 
Baker Charles W., clerk Folsom St. Pharmacy, r.434}^ 

Tehama 
Baker Colin C, agent Somerville Coal Co., office 202 

Sacramento, r. 321 First 
Baker Conrad, assayer Thomas Price, r. 34 Page 
Baker Daniel, r. 1126 York 
Baker Daniel, machinist, r. 41 Minna 
Baker Divide Mining Co. (Placer Co.) W. G. Hughes 

secretary, 330 Pine, rooms 18-19 
Baker Dorsey F., miller Golden Gate Flouring Mills, 

r. Russ House 
Baker Edward J., hostler, r. 547 Mission 
Baker Elbert L., attorney at law, r. Nucleus House 
Baker Elizabeth, widow, r. 620 ii Natoma 
Baker Eugene J., teamster, r. 23 Oak Grove Av 
Baker Fannie E., Mrs., teacher Mission Grammar 
School, r. 1273^ Guerrero 



Baker Ferdinand M., miner, r. 1841 Market 
Baker Francis, machinist, r. 52 Natoma 
Baker Frank, laborer Lachman & Jacobi, r. 312 Te- 
hama 
Baker Frank E., machinist Fulton Ironworks, r. 1626 

Sacramento 
Baker Frank W., paint mixer, r. SW cor Seventh and 

Brannan 
Baker Fred., teamster, r. 825 Jackson 
Baker Frederick C, woolsorter, r. 427 Fourth 
Baker George, diver, r. 19 Frederick 
Baker George, laborer, r. 31 Oak Grove Av 
Baker George, porter M. Heller & Bros, r. 41 Lang- 
ton 
Baker George, seaman U. S. stmr General McPherson 
Baker George, watchman, r. 22 Minna 
Baker George H., engraver and lithographer, 429 

Montgomery, r. S s Green, bet Baker and Lyon 
Baker George H., millhand Golden Gate Flouring 

Mills, r. 517 Post 
Baker George O., brakeman C. P. ER., r. 1305^ Polk 
Baker George W., civil engineer, r. 613 Geary 
Baker Harry, carriage painter, r. 450 Natoma 
Baker Henry, r. 27 Oak Grove Av 
Baker Henry, glass painter, r. 16 Sumner 
Baker Henry H., lumberman, r. 333 Langton 
Baker Henry T., bookkeeper section 2 Sea Wall,r. 701 

Stockton 
Baker Horace, bookkeeper Ross '& Hewlett, r. 411 

Dolores 
Baker Isaac, laborer, r. Twenty-eighth, nr Dolores 
Baker Isaac M., groceries and liquors, NW cor Mason 

and Eddy, r. 507 Ellis 
Baker Isaiah, produce commission merchant, 117 

Davis, r. 925 Washington 
Baker Jacob H., clerk, r. 219 Chattanooga 
Baker James W., bookkeeper Henry C. Egerton, r. 

Oakland 
Baker J. E., coachman, r. 636 Commercial 
Baker J. L., law student, r. 1420 Clay 
Baker John, bootmaker, r. 6 Clara Lane 
Baker John, laborer, r. 118 k Gilbert 
Baker John, peddler, r. 73 Natoma 
Baker John, policeman. Alms House 
Baker John, seaman, r. 126 Chattanooga 
Baker John, stevedore, r. 224 Greenwich , 

Baker John, upholsterer, 208 Ninth 
Baker John, watchman P. M. SS. Co's Wharf, r. 127 J^ 

Silver 
Baker John, whitener and chimney sweeper, r. 21 

Caroline 
Baker John B., clerk Kenney & Dyer, r. 1626 Sacra- 
mento 
Baker John H., whitener, r. 25 Clinton 
Baker John L. , laborer, r. 613 M Natoma 
Baker John M., salesman Baker & Hamilton, r. 216 

Powell 
Baker Joseph, r. 611 Octavia 
Baker Joseph, carpenter, r. 156 Steuart 
Baker Joseph, machinist William T. Garratt,r. 1721 }<S 

Mission 
Baker Joseph, wharf builder, r. 613 Mission 
Baker Joseph H., painter, r. 748 Minna 
Baker Judah (Stevens, Baker & Co.) r. 421 First 
Baker Lavinia G. Mrs., r. 127 3^ Guerrero 
Baker Lillie Miss, r. 127 M Guerrero 
Baker Livingston L. (Baker & Hamilton) r. 1882 

Washington 
Baker Louis, baker, r. 825 Jackson 
Baker Louis F., commission, 125 Washington, r. 100 

Fifth 
Baker Lucy A., widow, r. 1090 Union 
Baker Luke, steward, r. 22 Minna 
Baker Mary, widow, r. 434 Js Tehama 
Baker Maurice M.. proptr S. F. Varieties, 105 Dopont, 

r. 120 Eleventh 
Baker Melville C, mechanic, r. 218 Eddy 
Baker Nettie, domestic, 414 Golden Gate Av 



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Baber Oliver H., r. 700 Broadway 

Baker Orrln S., attorney at law, 306 Pine, room 

10. r. G20 Sutter 
Baker Osborne F., stevedore and assistant foreman 

Engine No. 1, S. F. F. D., r. 419 PaciBc 
Baker Osgood D., engineer Cal. Sugar IJefinery, r. 1126 

York 
Baker Peter, longshoreman, r. 16 Frederick 
Baker Richard E., bill clerk freight office C. P. RR. 

Ferry Wharf, r. Oakland 
Baker Kiohard P., master mariner, r. 1308 Steiner 
Baker Robert, machinist Riedon I. and L. Works, r. 

2517 Larkin 
Baker Robert S., journalist, r. 824 Mission 
Baker Robert T., teamster, r. 18 Gilbert 
Baker Samuel, agent Garcia Saw Mill (Point Arena) 

office 202 Sacramento, r. Oakland 
Baker Samuel, salesman A. Anarews, r. 21.5 Austin 
Baker Samuel W., bookkeeper, r. The Beresford 
Baker Sarah Mrs., nurse, r. 729 Sutter 
Baker S. 0. Mrs., teacher West Mission Primary 

School, r. 218 Eddy 
Baker Schuyler, carpenter, r. 516 Stockton 
Baker S. J., r. 626 Eddy 
Baker S. S. Mrs., dress plaiting, 430 Sutter 
Baker Susie Mrs., teacher music, r. 218 Eddy 
Baker Thomas, horseshoer, r., 620 Hi Natoma 
Baker Thomas, seaman, r. 15 H Tehama 
Baker Thomas C, carpenter, r. 32 Bernard 
Baker Walter H., r. 600 Bush 
Baker Walter T., view operator, O. V. Lang, r. 652}^ 

Jessie 
Baker W. C, paper hanger, r. 32 Golden Gate Av 
Baker William, bakery, 1036 Clay 
Baker William, carpenter, r. 13 Twenty-second 
Baker William G., actor, r. 4343^ Tehama 
Baker William T., bartender, r. 15 Tehama 
Baker & Hainiltoii (Livingston L. Baker and 

Robert M. Hamilton) importers and jobbers agri- 
cultural implements, machines, hardware, etc. 

and proprietors Benicia Agricultural Works (Be- 

nicia, Cal.) NW cor Pine and Davis, and 9-15 J. 

Sacramento 
Baker's Home, Moeller & Grauffel proprietors, 625 

Clay 
Bakerich Simeon, waiter, NW cor Stockton and Clay 
Bakewell Frederick F., washer M. MuCafiferty, r. 2417 

Mission 
Balabrega Frank O., mattressmaker, r. 772}^ Harrison 
Balabucich Milo, waiter Stefano Cemogorcevich, r.l5 

Vallejo 
Balagne Felice, domestic, 1213 Mason 
Balanesi Giuseppe, produce commission, 107 Clark 
Balbontin Albert, bootblack, f. 229 Broadway 
Balch Daniel W.. assayer, r. 338 Oak 
Balch John, captain schr Ericsson 
Balch S. M. Mrs., widow, r. 1614 Leavenworth 
Bak-ke R. L. , jewelry casemaker Antonio Muhs, r.325 

Minna 

Balcom C. F. Mrs., widow, r. 1413 Larkin 
Balcrynski Miecrislas, draftsman Henry Geilfuss, r. 

222 M O'Farrell 
Bald Herman, with R. Mackintosh, r. 1013 Mission 
Bald Mountain Mining Co. (Sierra Co., Cal.) H. 

Pichcir treasurer, 320 Sansome, room 24 
Baldemann Adolph, traveling agent, r. 2624 Sutter 
Baldissoni Giovanni, Garibaldi Guard, 423 Broadway 
Baklivia Ricardo, cigar peddler, r. 7!^ August 
Baldocchi Francisco, clerk, r. 2206 Fillmore 
Baldocchi Giuseppe, fruit. 1310 Dupont 
Baldocchi Robert, fruits and vegetables,2206 Fillmore 
Bald-win Addison H., proptrS.F. Carpet Beating 

Machine, 1321-1323 Market, r. 213 Leavenworth 
Baldwin Addison S., office 306 PhelauBldg, r. Oakland 
Baldwin Alexander R., r. 2127 California 
Baldwin Alexander W., with John Perry Jr., r. Oak- 
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Baldwin Alfred W., asst storekeeper Custom House, 

r. 33 Taylor 
Baldwin A. S., physician, r. 1530 Eddy 
Baldwin A. S., clerk James B. Haggin, r. Bella Vista 

House 
Baldwin' A.. W., superintendent Porter, Slessinger 

& Co., 509 Sansome, r. 317 Jones 
Baldwin Barry (Blum, Baldwin & Girvln) r. 1601 De- 

visadero 
Baldwin Calvin, engineer, stmr Ellen, r. 739 Folsom 
Baldwin Charles A., capitalist, r. 1001 Pine 
Baldwin Charles H. (E. L. G. Steele & Co.) r. New 

York City 
Baldwin C. M., deputy Assessor, r. 816 Valencia 
Baldwin David F., laborer, r. 502 Linden Av 
Baldwin Edward S., clerk Blum, Baldwin & Girvln 
Baldwin E. J ., manufacturer fine wines and bran- 
dies, offices 27 Ellis, and 248 Main, Los Angeles, 

r. 1217 California 
Baldwin Elizabeth Mrs.,portrait artist. 2328 3^ Harrison 
Baldwin E. N., conductor Market St. RR., r. Terminal 

Hotel 
Baldwin E. W. Mrs., r. 1528 Jackson 
Baldwin Frederick A., agent B. L. Solomon's Sons, 

632 Market 
Baldwin George E., surveyor, r. 1525 California 
Baldwin Harry S., clerk, r. 816 Valencia 
Baldwin Henry B., driver White's Laundry, r. 640}^ 

Natoma 
Baldwin Hiram S., physician, office and r. 612 Clay 
Baldtvin House, Holm & Saxtorph proprietors, 

14-16 Ellis 
Baldwin H. W., clerk Chief Quartermaster's Depart- 
ment, TJ. S. A., Presidio 
Baldwin James C, grainer, r. 1602 Eddy 
Baldwin James T., driver White's Laundry, r. 32 

Shotwell 
Baldwin James W., carpenter and builder, NW cor 

Annie and Stevenson, r. 721 Seventeenth 
Baldwin Janet M. Mrs., r. 436 Ellis 
Baldwin J. C, manufacturers agent, 109 California, 

room 8, r. Oakland 
Baldwin John, r. Ocean View 
Baldwin John F., engineer, r. 139 Fourth 
Baldwin John W., attorney at law, r. 6 Hill 
Baldwin Josiah A., c!erk registry dept Post Office, r. 

614 Powell 
Baldwin Leon McL.. clerk, r. 436 Ellis 
Bald-win Lloyd, attorney at law, 606 Montgomery 

r. Vernon Heights, Oakland 
Baldwin Lydia A., widow, r. 107 Hayes 
Baldwin Lydia J., widow, r. 1552 Howard 
Baldwin Maggie W. Miss, saleslady, r. 204 Twenty- 
fourth 
Baldwin Marcus M., r. 816 Valencia 
Baldwin Marshall S., clerk John F. English, r. 113 

Powell 
Baldwin Mary Mrs., laundress, r. 733 O'Farrell 
Baldwin M. F. Miss, teacher English, Filippe's Acad- 
emy of Languages, 702 Market 
Baldwin Nellie S. Miss, teacher Hamilton Grammar 

School, r. 2519 Sacramento 
Baldwin Orville D., manager branch M. J. Burke & 

Son, 304 Sixteenth, r. 113 Powell 
Baldwin Persis N., r. 1525 California 
Baldwin Robert, clerk Bush & Mallett, r. Oakland 
Baldwin, Sexton <3i Peterson, manufacturing 

jewelers and diamond importers (New York) 

Phelps 4 Miller agents, 120 Sutter, room 1 
Baldwin Sherman C, physician and surgeon, 850 

Market, r. 2924 Clay 
Baldwin S. M. (Baldwin & Gray) r. 2409 Mission 
Baldwin Starr, with William E. Butterfleld.-r. 1007 

Market 
Bald-ivin The, H. H. Pearson proprietor, NE cor 

Market and Powell 
Bald-win Tlieatre, Al. Hayman proprietor, 932-936 

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309, 311, 313, 315 and 317 MARKET STREET. 

Baldwin Thomas, telegrapli operator, r. 910 Howard 
Baldwin William H., foreman, r. 3 Santa Clara 
Baldwin William H. Mrs., widow, r. 3 Clyde 
Baldwin & Gray, skating rink, 2409 Missioti 
Bale James, waiter West Coast Restaurant, r. 608 

Fourth 
Bale John, laborer, r. 909 Battery, rear 
Balena Alexander, conductor Geary St, RR., r. 1503 Ji 

Buchanan 
Balfe M. J., r. 2415 Fillmore 

Balfing A. J., letter carrier Post Office, r. 1816 Mason 
Balfour Alexander (Balfour, Guthrie & Co.) r. Liver- 
pool, Eng. 
Balfour, Gntlirie & Co. (Alexander Balfour, 
Stephen Williamson, Robert Balfour, Alexander 
Guthrie and Robert B. Forman) shipping and 
commission merchants, 316 California 
Balfour Robert (Balfour, Guthrie & Co.) r. 1131 Cali- 
fornia 
Balfrey John, shoemaker, 506 J^ Howard 
Balge Henry, woodcarver L. & E. Emanuel, r. 620 

Fourth 
Balhaus Frederick, laborer, r. 530 Mission 
Balinger Lucy, widow, candies and cigars, 1072 How- 
ard 
Balinger William, painter, r. 1072 Howard 
Balk Henry C, bookbinder, r. 1611 >S Dupont 
Balk Stephen S., porter and extraman Hook and Lad- 
der Co. No. i, S. F. F. D., r. 2013 Hyde 
Balke William, laborer, r. 820 Battery 
Balkirk D., pipefitter Am. Sugar Beflnery 
Balkirk T., laborer Am. Sugar Refinery 
Ball Abraham, fireman stmr Transit 
Ball A. Everett, attorney at law, 39-40 Merchants' 

Exchange, r. 8 Mason 
Ball Alfred, groceries, 660 Twentieth, r. 449 Twen- 
tieth 
Ball Charles Mrs., widow, r. 2840 Mission 
Ball Christopher, captain schr Vanderbilt 
Ball David, teacher music, r. 835 Bush 
BallE. Mrs., widow, r. 2111 Scott 
Ball Francis M., carpenter, r. 4623<J Minna 
Ball Frederick, with Charles M. Plum & Co., r. 22 

Minna 
Ball Gardner (Ball & Julian) r. 1323 Clay 
Ball George, laborer, r. NW cor Steuart and Howard 
Ball George A., bookkeeper Alfred Greenebaum & Co., 

r. 1818 Pierce 
Ball Gertrude S., widow, r. 907 Sutter 
Ball H , bartender John E. Brown, r. 837 Sacramento 
Ball Horace W., chief clerk M. P. and M. dept C. P. 

RR., r. 299 Hyde 
Ball James E. , varnisher, r. 108 ii Hayes 
Ball Jay, watchman Mrs. M. J. Clary, r. 115 Second 
Ball Joel, dentist, r. 45 Garden Av 
Ball John, laborer, r. Russia Av, nr Naples, Excelsior 

Homestead 
Ball John, laborer r. S s Persia Av, nr Mission Road 
Ball Louisa C, widow, r. NW cor Twenty-third and 

Valencia 
Ball R. C, architect, r. 2413 Clay 
Ball Thaddeus, conductor, r. 44 Twelfth 
Ball William, seaman, r. Jefferson, bet BrodericK*and 

Baker 
Ball William K., messenger Pac. Transfer Co., r. 

1317 Larkin 
Ball «& Julian (Gardner Ball and GeorgeN. Julian) 
proprietors Occidental Wool Depot, 436Townsend 
Ballantine Edward W., glovemaker, r. 2347 Howard 
Ballantyne Catherine Mrs., r.539 Hayes 
Ballai'd Charles, fireman, r. 327 M Third 
Ballard Duane (Duane Ballard & Co.) r. 1601 Golden 

Gate Av 
Ballard Duane & Co. (Duane Ballard) grain 

brokeis, 22 California, room 13 
Ballard Edward R., medical student, r. 1601 Golden 

Gate Av 
Ballard Frank, master mariner, r. 615 Stockton 



Ballard Fred., r. 205 Powell 

Ballard George, carpenter, r. 1924 Folsom 

Ballard George, sign painter, r. 31 Everett 

Ballard George, tinsmith, 213 Second, r. 202 Second 

Ballard Irving T., r. Lick House 

Ballard John (W. H. Martin & Co.) r. Berkeley 

Ballard Judson, r. 205 Powell 

Ballard Laura A. Mrs., homceopathic physician, office 

and r. 205 Powell 
Ballard Matthew B., r. 1820 Turk 
Ballard Samuel K.. cashier Cal. Ins. Co., r. Oakland 

BALLARD & HALL, d^aac r. 

Hall ) woolbrokers and commission 
merchants, 4.26 To'wnsend, telephone 
3181 

Ballario Enrico, laborer D. Ghirardelli & Sons 
Ballen Alexander, seaman, r. 514 Green 
Ballenberg Nathan, muRician, r. 711 California 
Ballestedt Theodore, apprentice Goss & Dow, r. De- 
catur, bet Bryant and Brannan 
Balletti Pietro, r. 1506 Powell 
Balletto G., scavenger, r. Vandewater, bet Bay and 

Francisco 
Balletto Gambrillo, dealer produce, r. N s Taylor, bet 

Bay and Francisco 
Bailey Edward J., collector Mercantile Library, r. 1202 

Seventh 
Ballhaus Frederick, miner, r. 2209 Leavenworth 
Ballheimer H. C, porter Weil Bros. & Co., r. Alameda 
Ballinger Andrew, laborer, r. 31 J^ Gilbert 
Ballinger Francis, cabinetmaker, 409 Sixth 
Ballinger Frank J., city editor Call, r. 1521 Broadway 
Ballinger James, laborer, r. 313^ Gilbert 
Ballinger Jessie, gripman Market St. RR., r. cor 

Haight and Stanyan 
Ballinger John J., teamster, r. 315 J^ Ivy Av 
Ballinger Nicholas, upholsterer, r. 313 Green 
Ballinger Richard T., booKkeeper Grangers' Business 

Association, r. 1209 Howard 
Ballinger William, painter S. P. RR., r. 146 Eleventh 
Ballinger William, plumber, r. 313^ Gilbert 
Ballinger William I., teamster, r. 315 J4 Ivy Av 
Ballinger W. M., r. 1072 Howard 
B^Ballinger. See Bellinger 
Ballou Addie L., artist, 2244 Mission 
Ballou Marion, r. 1030 Howard 
Ballow Charles E., machinehand Stockton Planing 

Mill, r. 525 Folsom 
Ballsa Francois, hairdresser, r. 815 J^ Vallejo, rear 
Ballser E., r. Excelsior Hotel 
Bally Charles, laundryman S. F. Laundry 
Balmas Rudolph, French Beu. Soc. 
Balny Alexander J., feathers, 608 Market, r. 1333 

O'Farrell 
Balny August E., dyer feathers, 1005 Buchanan 
Balny Cesarine, widow, r. 1005 Buchanan 
Baloise Marine Insurance Co., of Basle, Harry 

W. Syz general agent, 420-422 California 
Baloun Joseph L., tailor, 621 Washington, r. cor 

Twelfth and Point Lobos Ave 
Balser John, pipemaker Francis Smith & Co., r. 18}^ 

Freelon 
Bait Henry, cigarmaker, r. 1437 Polk 
Balta George, longshoreman, r. 816 Front 
Baiter John, r. Seawall Hotel 
Balthrope Louis W., carpenter, r. S s Sonoma, bet 

Utah and Nebraska, rear 
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Peter Harvey general 

agent, 222 Montgomery 
Baltz Elise Mrs., dressmaker, r. 825 Vallejo, rear 
Baltz Ferdinand, brewer Lurmann & Co., r. 614 Sev- 

■ enth 
Baltzer Frederick, cellarman, r. E s Gunnison Av, nr 

Twenty-eighth, B. H. 
Balz Adolph. r. 6 Erie 
Balz Adolph (Balz Bros. & Finkelday) r. E sUtah.bet 

Sonoma and Yolo 

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Balz Brothers & FinkeklHy (Louis and Adolph Balz 
and Charles Finkeklay) tauuers, SE cor Yuba aud 
Nebraska 
Balz Louis (Balz Bros. & Finkelday) r. San Bruno 

Road, nr Army 
Balzariui Carlo, steward Caiupi's Restaurant, r. W s 

Clara Av, nr Seventeentli 
Balzer Charles H., sbademaker W. & J.Sloane & Co.,r. 

326 Tehama 
Balzer Fred., porter Lilienthal & Co., r. 33 Clementina 
Balzer Henry J., mattrcssmaker, r. 32(1 Tehama 
Balzfr Hy. & Co. (Cesar Bertheauand F.F. Stone) 
importers and comml.sslon uu-rohauts and agents 
Bremen Underwriters and Danube-Austrian In- 
surance Co. (Marine Branch) 20!) Sansome 
Balzheiuser F. (Bund & Balzheiuser) r. 409 Union 
Buuann Otto, cabinetmaker Boiler Furniture Mufg 

Co., r. 533 Jessie 
Bambauer Carrie Miss, r. 912 Union •• 

Bamber Emile, harnessmaker, r.270 First 
Bamber John (Bamber & Webb) r. Oakland 
Bamber John E., porter Wells, Fargo & Co., r. 8 Taylor 
Bamber Joseph J. (Bamber & Berg)and driver Wells, 

Fargo & Co., r. Alameda 
Bamber William H., weaver S. F. Pioneer Woolen 

Factory, r. 716 Bay 
Bamber & Berg (Joseph J. Bamber and John H.Berg) 

proptrs Sheltered Cove Baths, foot Jones 
Bamber & Webb (John Bamber aud Robert Webb) car- 
penters and builders, 8 Taylor 
Bamberger Julius (Bamberger & Rothschild) r. 309, 

Golden Gate Av 
Bamberger Sigmund S., traveling salesman M. Gruen- 

berg&Co.. r. 1309 Ellis 
Bamberger Solomon S., clerk, r. 1309 Ellis 
Bamberger & Rothschild (Julius Bamberger and A. 

Rothschild) mnfrs cigars, 205 Front 
Bamburger David, shoemaker, r. 869 Market 
Bamman Henry, teamster Golden Gate Flouring Mills, 

r. 385Eighteen'h 
Bammann Dietrich, groceries and liquors, 219 Fourth 
Bammann Frederick, expressman, cor Fifth and Mar- 
ket, r. 1109 Treat Av 
Bammann Henry, porter Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 524 

Fourth 
Bampton William, r. International Hotel 
Bana^at B., shoemaker, 618 Broadway 
Banahan Alice Miss, r. 113 Perry 
Banahan Henry, hostler, r. 173 Clara 
Banahan Patrick, laborer, r. 113 Perry 
Banard Pablo, machinist, r. 532 Chestnut 
Banbrock Theodore, cardriver Potrero and B. V. RR., 

r. Kentucky, bet Sierra and Sonoma 
Banchieri Angelo, carpenter, r. 1528 Dupont 
Bancroft A. li. & Co., publishers aud importing 
booksellers and stationers, printers, bookbinders, 
lithographers, engravers, piano and music deal- 
ers, map mounters and designers, 721 Market 
Bancroft Albert L. (A. L. Bancroft & Co.) r. 1605 

Franklin 
Bancroft Ashley, traveling agent, r. 621 Nineteenth 
Bancroft Curtis A., farmer, r. 516 Jones 
Bancroft George H., salesman A. L. Bancroft & Co., 

r. 516 Jones 
Bancroft Horatio, carpenter, r. American Exchange 

Hotel 
Bancroft H. P., secretary A. L. Bancroft & Co., r. 516 

Jones 
Bancroft Hubert H. (A. L. Bancroft & Co.) r. 1298 Van 

Ness Av 
BRucroft Library, Tlie, 1538 Valencia 
Bancroft William B., manager Printing Dept A. L. 

Bancroft ft Co., r. 521 Haight 
Bancroft's Building, 721-723 Market 
Band Henry F., special agent Mutual Life Insurance 
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Band Joseph, butcher, SW cor Eighteenth and Valen- 
cia, r. 707 Valencia 

Band Stephen (Band & Balzheiuser) r. 409 Union 

Band & Balzheiuser (Stephen Band and F. Balz- 
heiuser) bakery, 409 Union 

Bandinia Agostino, mllkman,WB01rard, nrSilliman 

Bandmann Julius (Bandmann, Nielsen & Co.) r. 614 
Lombard 

Bandmann, Nielsen & Co. (Julius Bandmann 
and Henry Nielsen) importers and commission 
merchants and agents Giant Powder Co., 210 Front 

Bandon Frank, coremaker City Iron Works, r. 137 
Clara 

Bandowin August, patternmaker, r. 3 Graham PI 

Bandy Aaron N., bookkeeper Drake & Emerson, r. 7 
Dupont 

Bandy James, engineer C. M. Plum & Co.,r. Alabama, 
nr Twenty-eighth 

Bane Ann, widow, r. 8 Clara 

Bane David C, r. 121 Montgomery 

Bane D. C. Mrs., furnished rooms, 121 Montgomery 

Bane Frank, r. 121 Montgomery 

Bane John, sausage peddler, r. 17 Grand Av 

Bane J. Russell, clerk, r. 121 Montgomery 

Bane L. D. Mrs., r. 220 Eddy 

Banes Howard L., r. 279 Stevenson 

Banfleld J. Henry, painter J. S. Mellon, r. 503 Mason 

Banfill Albert E., bartender N. Steiner, r. 945 Mission 

Bang Christine, nurse. 525 Harrison 

Bangle Edward, salesman T. J. Bass & Co., r. East 
Oakland 

Bangs Albert H., salesman Cal. Mineral Water Co., r. 
1938 Stevenson 

Bangs Catherine, widow, r. 1938 Stevenson 

Bangs Edward (Bangs & Turpin) r. 1936 Stevenson 

Bangs Franklin, clerk Home Mutual Insurance Co., 
r. Oakland 

Bangs 8., clerk, r. 4445-4 Natoma 

Bangs W. , porter Pioneer White Lead Works, r. 7 Na- 
toma 

Bangs & Turpin (Edward Bangs and Frederick L. 
Tnrpin) proptrs South Point Warehouse, Ss Berry 
bet Third and Fourth, and Del Monte Warehouse, 
King, bet Fifth and Sixth 

Bangson Eric, laborer, r. 210 Minna 

Bangson Nellie, laundress S. F. Laundry 

Bank Commissioners, John E. Farnum, Joseph 
M. Litchfield and William F. White ; Franklin H. 
Day, secretary, office 528 California, room 2 

Bank George, teamster, r. 1018 Larkin 

Bank of Britisli Columbia, SE cor Sansome 
and California 

Bank of BritisU STortliL America, W. Lawson 
and C. E. Taylor, agents, 312 Pine 

Bank of California, William Alvord, President; 
Thomas Brown, Cashier, NW cor California and 
Si-nsome 

Bank of California Building, NW cor Cali- 
fornia and Sansome 

Bank of San Francisco (in liquidation) 23 S. F. Stock 
Exchange Bldg 

Banker Abraham, hoiisesmith Pioneer Iron Works, r. 
56 Tehama 

Banker August, cigarraaker, r. 419 Chestnut 

Banker Edward G.. helper Pioneer Iron Works, r. 
Golden Gate Hotel 

Bankruptcy Registers (District of California) 506 Bat- 
tery and 636 Clay 

Banks Arthur E., correspondent Newton Bros. & Co., 
r. 724 California 

Banks Caroline Mrs., r. 518 Natoma 

Banks Catherine, widow, r. 1914 Ellis 

Banks Charles W., cashier Wells, Fargo & Co., r. Oak- 
land 

Banks Cyrus, whitener, r. 125 Fourth 

Banks E. \. Mrs., r. 114 Minna 

Banks Ellen, actress, r. SW cor Pine and Dupont 

Banks George, teamster, r. 5 Cedar .\v 



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jghtning Jump-Seat Vehicles. 



&n» Agents, Wholesale and Retail. 
UO., 421-427 Market St. 



ST. DAVID'S. 190 ROOMS. 



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IMPORTERS OF 

MARBELIZED MANTELS, 

Fire Grates and Tile. 

809, 311, 313, 315 and 317 MARKET STREET. 

Banks George S., horse dealer, r. 8i9 Harrison 

Banks James, boilermaker, r. 191i Ellis 

Banks Jessie Miss, photographer, r. 1510i^ Broadway 

Banks John, barber, r. 926 Stockton 

Banks John, with Union Iron Works, r. 435 Bush 

Banks Joseph, tanner, r. 1225 York 

Banks Mary, widow, r. 318 Davis 

Banks Robert, baker, r. 629 Clay 

Banks Koderic. carpenter, r. 429 Bush 

Banks Thomas C, r. 724 California 

BAMS WILLIAM n^acme 
and eiig-iiie ■works, .special and ■wood 
ivorlcing macliinery, 315 First 

Banks William, mate schr Plow Boy, r. 122 Folsom 
Banks William O., draftsman Schmidt & Havens, 

r. 14193^ Washington 
Bankson Joseph R.. liquor saloon, 1151 Market 
Bannahan Henry, hostler Fashion Stables, r. 173 

Clara 
Bannan Alfred, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Bannan B. Mrs., widow, r. 2012 Pierce 
Bannan Barbara C. Miss, teacher Emerson Primary 

School, r. 2012 Pierce 
Bannan Elizabeth, widow, r. 1305 Green 
Bannan Frank P., blacksmith, r. 1305 Green 
Bannan George, shipping clerk William Lewis & Co., 

r. 2012 Pierce 
Bannan John, laborer C. P. RR., r. 531 M Fourth 
Bannan John P., carpenter, r. 312)^ Turk 
Bannan Maggie Miss, teacher South Cosmopolitan 

Primary School, r. 2012 Pierce 
Bannan Patrick, engineer Miller & Lux, r. SE cor 

Florida and Twentieth 
Bannan Thomas F., paper carrier, r. E s Florida At, 

nr Nineteenth 
Bannan William, bookkeeper Edwards & Co., r. 2012 

Pierce 
Bannan William, collarmaker, William Davis, r. SE 

cor Florida and Nineteenth 
B^ Bannan. See Bannon. 
Banner Balz, milker Loutz & Bauman, r. Greenwich, 

bet Steiner and Fillmore 
Banner Brothers (Pincus and Samuel) importers 

clothing and furnishing goods, 6-7 Sansome 
Banner Charles, mnf r elastic goods, r. 233 Seventeenth 
Banner Diederich, cooper David Woerner, r. NE cor 

Fourth and Folsom 
Banner Marcus (F.Toplitz & Co.) r. 1002 Van NessAv 

BANl^ER PACKING CO. 

George C . Lake secretary, office and 
factory NW cor Spear and Folsom 

Banner Pincus (Banner Bros.) r. 904 O'Farrell 
Banner Samuel (Banner Bros.) r. New York 
Banner Victor (Victor Banner & Co.) 232 Bush 
Banner Victor & Co. (Victor Banner) mnfrs clothing 

and furnishing goods, 232 Bush 
Bannerman Thomas R., Post Office Inspector, 320 

Sansome, room 31, r. Felton, Cal. 
Bannerot Eugene A., machinist Garcin & Sons, r. 

2141 Mission 
Bannett H., r. 942 Geary 
Bannett Louis, jeweler, 24 Post 

Bannick John F., salesman Hinz & Landt, r. 314 Gough 
Banning Eliza Miss, dressmaking, 218 }« O'Farrell 
Banning Frances A. Mrs., principal Sanchez St. 

Primary School, r. 624 Castro 
Banning Francis, machinist, r. 525 Folsom 
Banning John, laborer C. P. RR. 
Banning Michael, fireman stmr Oakland, r. Oakland 
Banning Philip, laborer Steiger k Kerr 
Bannister Alfred, vice-president Starr & Co., 16 

California, r. Oakland 
Bannister Edward J., raillman Coos Bay Stave and 

Lumber Co., r. 12 Stanford 
Bannister George (Premier & Bannister) r. 800 Fourth 
Bannister George C. , seaman, v. 123 Oregon 



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Bannister George W., millman Coos Bay Stave and 
Lumber Co., r. 12 Stanford 

Bannister John H., shipwright, r. 138 Townsend 

Bannister Joseph, upholsterer, r. 12 Stanford 

Bannister William A., salesman SauBorn, Vail & Co., 
r. 743 Minna 

Bannon Hugh, packer J. A. Folger & Co., r. 136 Towns- 
end 

Bannon John, porter Bode & Searle, r. 26 Glover 

Bannon Mary Miss, r. 36 J^ Perry 

Bannon Philip, laborer, r. 352 Eleventh 

Bannon William, molder, r. 352 Eleventh 

8^" Bannon. See Bannan 

Banows Tresham, saddler Main & Winchester, r. 717 
Green 

Bansch August* J., tallowrenderer, r. SE cor Utah and 
El Dorado 

Bansley Charles, r. 1354 Folsom 

Bantel Charles A., confectioner, r. 653 M Minna 

Banty James, laborer, r. 521 Howard 

BanzAlvisA., porter Root & Sanderson, r, 444}^ 
Natoma 

Banz John, peddler, r. 17 Grand Av 

Bapilio Andrew, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 

Bapp William, butcher, r. 763 Howard 

Baptis Jolm H. , manufacturer gold pens, 344 
Kearny, r. Berkeley 

Baptist Chinese Mission, J. B. Hartwell missionary, 
r. 740}^ Washington 

Baptist Church of the Pilgrims, Rev. W. H. Pendle- 
ton pastor, 1358 Market 

Baptista Jose (Cardozo & Baptista) r. 1925 Geary 

Baptista Silvester, crystal washer Cal. and Pac. Cream 
Tartar Works, r. 609 Seventh 

Baptiste Antonio, deckhand stmr Piedmont, r. Oak- * 
land n 

Baptiste Larionle, pantryman Miners' Restaurant, r 
929 J^ Jackson 

Bar Association, rooms 121 Post 

Bar Fritz, laborer, r. Bahama, bet Yazoo and Susque- 
hanna 

Bar Jacob, teamster, r. 32 Chesley 

Bar J. C, clerk Bachman Bros., r. Ellis, nr Larkin 

Barabino Charles, laborer, r. 335 Union 

Baracco Andrew, poiilty dealer, r. 621 Sansome 

Baraco Vincent, horsetrainer, r. 314 Golden Gate Av 

Barada Ernest, liquor saloon, 1048 Howard, r. 472 Te- 
hama 

Barada John H., shoemaker, r. 1522 Stockton 

Barailhe John, wheelwright Herman Hofstetter, r. 
S s Tenerifl'e, bet Railroad Av and Susquehanna 

Baranowski Constantine, bagmaker D. Block & Co., r. 
1030 Capp 

Baranto Martin, printer, r. 1504 Dupont 

Barasa Dorothea, widow, r. 29 Scott 

Barateig Jean, French Ben. Soc. i 

Barattini Lorenzo, porter Siebe Bros. & Plageman, r. 
Oakland 

Baraty Jean M., butcher, r. 1804 Dupont 

Barbanson J. B. C, superintendent Columbia Soap 
Works, r. 1329 Sacramento 

Barbarias Charles, clerk, r. 2120 Sutter 

Barbarias Morris, glazier, r. 2120 Sutter 

Barbaste Gracieuse, widow, French laundry, 904 Stock- 
ton 

Barbat John, druggist and physician, 910 Pacific 

Barbat John H., clerk John Barbat, r. 910 Pacific 

Barbe Charles, laborer, r. 605 Broadway 

Barbe Jean, gardener, r. 2807 Geary 

Barb^ Pierre, engineer Miner's Restaurant, r. cor Du- 
pont and Broadway 

Barbeau Joseph, carpenter Jason Springer & Co., r. 
501 J^ Sixth ' I 

Barbee Charles P., carpenter, r. 133 Ninth 

Barbee George, porter Knoechel & Brand 

Barbee Henry B., driver Wells, Fargo & Co., r. 1090 
Union 

Barbee John, captain stmr Daisy, r. 1090 Union 

Schafer & Co. 

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Barber Anns, widow, r. 3 Harriet 

Barber Aspbalt Paving Co. (Wasbington, D. C.) W. S. 

Somervell agent, i'2-2 Montgomery 
Barber AiigiiBtua H., clerk S. F. Directory, 518 Clay 
Barber Cbarles L., conductor, r. U24 Sbotwell 
Barber Edward W., r. Diamond, bet Nineteenth and 

Twentieth 
Barber Emma J. Miss, teacher Eighth St. Primary 

School, r. 1222 Pacitic 
Barber George, bookkeeper C. D. Ladd, r. 30 Pleasant 
Barber George A., upholsterer, r. 114 Ellis 
Barber H. H., r. 137 Montgomery 
Barber James B., porter George Thacher & Co., r. S s 

Twenty-fourth, nr Castro 
Barber James O., driver E. Porter, r. 740 Twentieth 
Barber John, second officer stmr Resolute 
Barber John A., plasterer, r. 2G Bernard 
Barber John A. Jr , plasterer, r. 2t'i Bernard 
Barber John H., plasterer, r. 1021 Powell 
Barber Maggie A. Miss, compositor, r. 1222 Pacific 
Barber M. S. Miss, r. 13:i Fifth 
Barber Norman, farmer, r. ri29 Sacramento 
Barber Phineas S., draftsman H. D. Mitchell, r. 9 

Harriet 
Barber Robert L., tailor, r. 40 Ellis 
Barber S. A. Mrs., widow, r. 1C2.5 Webster 
Barber Thomas H.. pilot, olfice 506 Battery, r. 1222 

Pacific 
Barber William, attorney at law, 320 Sansome, 

room 20, r. San Rafael 
Barber William, expressman, r. 1036 Howard 
Barber William E., carpenter, r. 1317 Sacramento 
Barber Zachary T., teamster, r. 1036 Howard 
Barbers' Protective Union, 539 California 
^^ Barber. See Barbier and Barbour 
Barberi Elizabeth Mrs., cook, r. 415 Larkin 
Barberi Frank, steward, r. 415 Larkin 
Barbetta Frederick (Frederick Barbetta & Son) r. 113 

Oregon 
Barbetta Frederick & Son (Frederick and Nicholas J.) 

fish, 31 S.F. Market 
Barbetta Joseph, blacksmith, r. 113 Oregon 
Barbetta Nicholas (Frederick Barbetta & Son) and 

extraman Engine No. 12, S. F. F. D., r. 101 Com- 
mercial 
Barbi Giovanni, French Ben. Soc. 
Barbich Antoin E., cooper B. Dryfus & Co., r. 766 

Bryant 

Barbier Mrs., r. 1507 Powell 

Baibier Armand, bartender Caleb Coates, r. 706 Pine 
Barbier Howard F., clerk W. K. Vanderslice & Co., r. 

706 Pine 
Barbier Louis, French Ben. Soc. 
Barbieri Bartholomew, peddler, r. 114 Shipley 
Barbieri Giuseppe, liquor saloon, 3?7 Montgomery 

Av, r. 1425}^ Dupout 
Barbieri Paul (Levcggi & Barbieri) r. 13 John 
Barbieri Stephen, fruits and produce, 212 Third 
Barbi no Frank, r. 1108 Filbert 
Barbino Thomas, saloon keeper, r. 1108 Filbert 
Barboui Joseph, cook.r. 511 Broadway 
Barbosa Ignacio, bootblack W. Tipping, r. 434 Broad- 
way 
Barbour Brothers Co., The, manufacturers 

Irish flax threads, sail and bag twines, and sal- 
mon gill-net twines. 517-519 Market 
Barbour Charles, dairyman, NW cor California and 

Laurel 
Barbour Clitus, attorney at law, 715 Clay, r. 1523 

Golden Gate .^.v 
Barbour James H., calker, r. 2733 Howard 
Burbonr John, painter, r. 10-10 Howard 
Barbour Thomas J., r. 18 Eleventh 
Barbrack Claus F., r. 268 Jessie, rear 
Barbrack Fred., baker Cal. Cracker Co., r. 815 Battery 
Barchi Ctesar Rev. S. J., clergyman St. Ignatius Col- 
lege, 214 Hayes 

The Mutual Benefit Life Ins. Co. 

XE\VARK, XKW JEKSEV. ' 
PREMIUMS REGEn/io, $97,920,341 34. 

Premiums ma^r be i>aicl all easli, or on tJ:i- 

PREMIl'M I.OAJ>f SYSTEM, as specially 

offered hy this Company. 

JAMES MUNSELL Jr., Agent. 415 Montg'y St. 



FRfiTINGER & CO. 

Fine Dressmaking. 

105 KEARNY STREET. 

Barchi Giusepise, gardener, r. 4 Burgoyne PI 

Barchus Annie, widow, r. 1445 Leavenworth 

Barclay Charles H., painter, r. 12.'> Langtou 

Barclay David B., stereotyper Chronicle, r. 9 Laskie 

Barclay Ira, carpenter Samuel Wray,r. C32 Washington 

Barclay James, boatman, r. 11 Pacific 

Barclay Kate L., widow, r. 208 Ninth 

Barclav Mary, widow, r. 2}^ Langton 

Barclay Peter T., r. 1618 Bush 

Barclay Thomas H., clerk, r. 2J5 Seventh 

Barclay William, molder, r. 414 Folsom 

t^ Barclay. See Barkley 

Barclee Robert, foreman car repairers Market St. RK., 

r. 24 Willow 
Barcus G. F., student, r. 429 Bush 
Barden Louisa, domestic, 1304 Powell 
Barden Thomas J., tinsmith, r. 609 Seventh 
Bardet Alexander, machinist Joseph Wagner & Co., r. 

320 Lombard 
Bardet Charles, laborer, r. 225 San Jos^ Av 
Bardez Frank, foreman City Iron Works, r. 1112 

Kearny 
Bardon James, laborer, r. S s Fell, bet Scott and 

Devisadero 
Bardon Patrick C, carpenter, r. N s Manitoba, bet St. 

John and Tombigbee 
Bardouhi Angelo, fruits, 1.514 Dupont 
Bard well Charles W., machine hand L. b E. Emanuel, 

r. 1315 Scott 
Bardwell John L., salesman Neville & Co 
Bare Brotliers (Edward, Gustav and Solomon) 

furniture, carpets, etc., 300-308 Hayes 
Bare Edward (Bare Bros.) r. 347 >§ Grove 
Bare Gustav (Bare Bros.) and manager Lachman k 

Sternfels, r. 347 1$ Grove 
Bare Solomon (Bare Bros.) r. 347^ Grove 
1^" Bare. See Baehr, Baer, and Bahr 
Bareilles Brothers (Emile and Felicien) milk dairy, 

SE cor Silver Av and Girard. U. M. T. 
Bareilles Emile (Bareilles Bros.) r. SE cor Silver Av 

and Girard, U. M. T. 
Bareilles Felicien (Bareilles Bros.) r. SE cor Silver 

Av and Girard, V. M. T. 
Bareilles Jean, French Ben. Soc. 
Bareilles Joseph, French Ben. Soc. 
Bareilles Sarah, widow, r. 3001 Octavia 
Bareilles Thomas, French Ben. Soc. 
Barek Edwin T.. piano tuner, r. 637 commercial 
Barela Manuela Mrs., r. 7 Polk Lane 
Barendt Arthur H., draftsman, 411 Post, r. 526 How- 
ard 
Barenton Edward, French Ben. Soc. 
Baretta Italo A., clerk Occidental Publishing Co., r. 

Oakland 
Baretto Robert, French Ben. Soc. 
Barfield John A. (O. A. Murphy & Co.) r. 933 Sutter 



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Spriiijgrs Headquarter.^ 

Barger Edward B., barber, .543 Second 

Barger George, r. 118 Dupont 

Barger William, machinist, r. 543 Second 

Barges Michael, chief cook French Hospital 

Bargmanu Charles, milkman, r. Beach, bet Broderick 

and Devisadero 
Bargmann Herman C, machinist Pac. Iron Works, r. 

1039 Mission 
Bargmann Jacob, milk ranch, r. Beach, bet Broderick 

and Devisadero 
Bargone Leonardo (Narses & Bargone) r. 1118 Dupont 
Bargones James, special policeman, r. 423 Union 
Bargstream Hans, mariner, r. 16 Folsom 
Barichievich John M., restaurant, 19 Vallejo, r. 1055 

Market 
Barichievich Martin, restaurant, 327 Commercial, r. 

1055 Market 
Barilari Antone, carpenter, r. 1406 Kearny 



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FOR GAS, STEAM AND "WATER. 
ripe Fittings, all Sizes. 

309, 311, 313, 315 and 317 MARKET STREET 

Barille Artbemise, widow, r. 1 Waehoe PI 

Barion August, clerk, r. 430 Shotwell 

Barjonovo Cipriano, tailor, r. 1317 Kearny 

Barkan Adolph, physician, office 14 Dupont, r. 1808 
Gough 

Barkdoll Peter, r. 118 J^ Gilbert 

Barke Elias A., hostler L. J. Ewell, r. 2460 Folsom 

Barkeloo John, real estate, r. 1114 JPost 

Barker A. B. , compositor Call, r. 631 Sacramento 

Barker Adam, clerk, r. 518 Folsom 

Barker Albert D., stereotyper Filmer & Stiller, r. 336 
Hayes 

Barker Albert F., r. 756 Seventh 

Barker Alfred Z. T., grainer, r. 1003 Natoma 

Barker Charles A., clerk Hanson & Co., r. Russ House 

Barker Elizabeth B., widow, r. 14 Stanley PI 

Barker F. D., collector Alarket St. RR., r. 1422 Valen- 
cia 

Barker Frank, clerk, r. NE cor Twenty-fourth and 
Sanchez 

Barker Frank, carpenter, r. W s Falkland, bet St. John 
and Tombigbee 

Barker Grace, widow, r. 1421 Folsom 

Barker Henry, boilermaker, r. 8 Boyd 

Barker Henry E., clerk Meyer, Wilson & Co., r. 624 
Sutter 

Barker Henry L., bricklayer, r. 309 Capp 

Barker Henry L., carpenter, r. 1918 Union 

Barker Henry N., trunkmaker C. A. Malm, r. Prentiss, 
Powhattan, B. H. 

Barker Hosea, painter, r. 1723 Bush 

Barker Ida Miss, r. 509 Montgomery 

Barker Isaac, bookkeeper National Vinegar Works, r. 
309 Capp 

Barker J., gripman Market St. KR. 

Barker James H., painter, r. 914 Ellis 

Barker Joseph M. , salesman Fechheimer & McBoyle, 
r. 622 a Green 

Barker Joshua, bookkeeper (JoghlU & Simon, r. Oak- 
land 

Barker Martha H., widow, r. 1117 Ellis 

Barker Mary, domestic, 201 Buchanan 

Barker Mary Mrs., r. 712 Sutter 

Barker Robert, boxmaker, r. 7 Pratt PI 

Barker Sqiiire, molder O'Connell & Lewis, r. Oakland 

Barker Stephen, milk ranch, cor Laurel and Crescent 
Av, B. H. 

Barker Thomas, clerk, r. 518 Folsom 

Barker Tiniotliy L. , capitalist, office 126 Market 
r. 1119 Castro, Oakland 

Barker W. O., freight clerk stmr Queen of the Pacific, 
r. 14 Mason 

Barkery Patrick, laborer, r. SW cor Sixth and Bryant 

Barkhaus Diedrich (F. W. & D. Barkhaus) r. Alameda 

Barkhaus Frederick W. (P. W. & D. Barkhaus) r. 1812 
Buchanan 

Bai-kliaus F, W. & D. , books and stationery, 
213 Kearny 

Barkhaus J. H., artist The Wasp, r. 1812 Buchanan 

Barkhaus William, bartender, r. 649 Howard 

Barkhausen Bertha, widow, r. 716 Franklin 

Barkhausen Theodore, laborer, r. 1324 Filbert 

Barkholm Hans, master schr Compeer 

Barkhorn Kittle Miss. r. 607 Sutter 

Barkhouse Creek Gravel Mining Co. (Siskiyou Co., 
Cal.) W. H. H. Hart secretary, 230 Montgomery 

Barkin Charles, fruits, 1062 Howard 

Barkley A. J. Mrs., lodgings, 105 Mason 

Barkley Andrew J., compositor, r. 105 Mason 

Barkley Henry G., r. 105 Mason 

Barkley John, r. 105 Mason 

Barkley John J., laborer, r. 863 }<5 Market 

Barkley Samuel D., salesman, r. 808 Green 

Barkley William H., bookkeeper George C. Bode, r. 
1019 Union 

8S" Barkley. See Barclay 

Barkman Louis, apprentice Filmer & Stiller, r. Oak- 
land 



Barkowitz Solomon, tailor, r. 21 Minna 
Bailage Charles G., sign painter, r. 27 Clinton Park 
Barlage Henry A., cabinetmaker, r. 27 Clinton Park 
Barlaf^e Henry D., driver Wells, Fargo & Co., r. 27 

Clin I on Park 
Barlage William A., bookkeeper Nordman Bros., r. 

27 Clinton Park 
Barlebin Robert, waiter, r. 120 Post 
Barli A. Mrs., feather dj'ing and curling, 724 }<j Market 
Barli Alexander, merchant tailor, 618 Washington, r. 

724 M Market 
Barlin John L., laborer John F. Snow, r. 14 Ridley 
Barling Horatio, bookkeeper Murray Bros., r. 28 

Seventh 
Barlow Arthur, machinist, r. 63 Natoma 
Barlow Carrie B. Miss, principal Irving Primary 

School, r. 1312 Jones 
Barlow Charles, workman U. S. Mint, r. Oakland 
Barlow Chester, r. 18 Eleventh 

Barlow Frank T., salesman Miiser Bros., r. Berkeley 
Barlow John, longshoreman, r. 69 Minna 
Barlow John, machinist, r. 63 Natoma 
Barlow Martin, longshoreman, r. 4 Kate PI 
Barlow Sarah, housekeeper, 620 Vallejo 
Barlow S. M., r. 18 Eleventh 
Barman A., seaman stmr Columbia 
Barman Andrew, milker William Schlothan, r. W s 

Minnesota, bet Sierra and Napa 
Barman Benjamin, bartender George Harsy, NE cor 

Kearny and Jackson 
Barman Charles, plumbing and gasfitting, 117 Fifth 
Barman Frank, milker William Schlotham, r. W s 

Minnesota, bet Sierra and Napa 
Barman Fred, packer foreman Liebes Bros. & Co.. r. 

1225 Mission 
Barman Isaac, brassfinisher W. T. Garratt, r. 1225 

Mission 
Barman Jonas, real estate, r. 943 Folsom 
Barman Joseph, milker J. Fassler. r. W b Mission 

Road, nr Mount Vernon Av 
Barman Rebecca Miss, fancy goods, 124 Fifth, r. 943 

Folsom 
Barman Samuel, commercial traveler, r. 943 Folsom 
Barman Sarah Miss, saleslady Rebecca Barman, r. 

943 Folsom 
Barmann Katie, widow, r. 3208 Steiner 
Barnaby James C, gripman Market St. BR.,r. Valen- 
cia, nr Twenty-sixth 
Barnaby Reginald H., weigher Pac. Rolling Mills, r. 

E s Illinois, bet Napa and Shasta 
Barnard Alexander B., mechanical and mining engi- 
neer, 37 Post 
Barnard Ellen, widow, r. 531 Linden Av 
Barnard Frank (F. Barnard & Co.) r. NE cor Vallejo 

and Gough 
Barnard. P. & Co. (Frank Barnard and Henry 

Voorman) importers and jobbers coal, and agents 

stmr Wilmington, 609 Battery 
Barnard George B. , manager Barnard's Business 

College, 37 Post. r. 1083 Broadway 
Barnard H. W., clerk Oregon Improvement Co., r. 903 

Valencia 
Barnard I. D., real estate and general business agency, 

215 Kearny 
Barnard J., machinist Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. Potrero 
Barnard J. S. Mrs., widow, r. 1225 Mission 
Barnard Lemuel H., secretary S. F. Candle Co., r. 905 

Valencia 
Barnard Mary Mrs., widow, r. 1224 Broadway 
Barnard Moses S., cooper, r. S s Sonoma, bet Kansas 

and Vermont 
Barnard Silas, carpenter, r. 659 Clay 
Barnard W. C, clerk H. Dutard, r. Oakland 
Barnard Walter H., paper carrier, r. 31 S s Sonoma, 

bet Vermont and Kansas 
Barnard & Benedict, fruit packers (Los Angeles) 

Henry F. Marsh agent, 577 Market 
B^ Barnard. See Bernard and Bernhard 

DR. BAZAN'S 

THE»MO-Kl,EC'TKIC 

RUSSIAN ai TURKISH BATHS 

Also Medicatsd and Electric Batlis Siveii. 

415 SUTTER STREET. 415 



KNEASS & CO., agents Jones' Patent Milk Can. 



29 TAYLOR ST., 
San Francisco. 



J. MACDONOUGH & CO. 



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Barnai'fl^Ti Business 
(jfrapliic Iitstitiite, 

ager. 37 Post 
Barnaski Alexander, r. 16 Clinton Park 
BarubridHe William E., miner, r. 205 Sixth 
Barne Thomas, tanner, r. S s Trinidad, bet Platte and 

Yazoo 
Barnede Jules, r. 8 Polk Lane 
Barneich Jean, French Ben. Soo. 
Bameix Jean, bartender P. Mazomard, r. 720 Wash- 
ington 
Earner Henry, bottlewasher Haake & Hagedorn.r. 153 

Ninth 
Earner Louis, groceries and fruits, 153 Ninth 
Earnert David, clerk Hecht Bros. & Co., r. 919 Polk 
Barnert Joseph, merchant, r. 919 Polk 
Barnes Alexander, weaver S. F. Pioneer Woolen Fac- 
tory, r. 17 Russell 
Barnes Andrew J., boxmaker Nevada and Cal. Lum- 
ber Co., r. 773 Harrison 
Barnes Benjamin J., expressman, cor Seventh and 

Mission, r. 812 Dolores, rear 
Barnes Charles A., plasterer, r. 2800 Howard 
Barnes Charles M., solicitor International Hotel 
Barnes Daniel, ship carpenter Middlemasfc Boole 
Barnes David, tailor, r. 2105 Taylor 
Barnes D. H., watchman stmr City of Peking 

JjixJAiiNlJO Jtli 111 clieap casli grocer, 
43-e-4^a4 Brannan, bet Third and Fourth 

Barnes Edward T., bartender, r. 21 Clara 

Barnes Emma E. Miss, nurse, r. 30 Stanley PI 

Banies Etta Miss, r. 87 Ninth 

Barnes Frank, teamster, r. Ill Sansome 

Barnes F. L., machinist, r. Park Hotel 

Barnes Frederick, millwright Joseph Wagner & Co., 
r. 232 Turk 

Barnes George, dairyman, r. N s Greenwich, bet La- 
guna and Octavia 

Barnes George E., dramatic editor Call, r. Commer- 
cial Hotel 

Barnes George N., clerk, r. 615 Bush 

Barnes George T., distributor S. F. Laundry, r. 1426 
Turk 

Barnes George W., machinist, r. 329 Bartlett 

Barnes G. M., cook, r. Oriental Hotel 

Barnes Golda, widow, r. 717 Vallejo 

Barnes Ira C. . salesman M. Miller & Co., r. 922 Market 

Barnes James, blacksmith, r. 17 Russell 

Barnes James D., shipcarpenter, r. 139 Valley 

Barnes Jennie M., widow, r. 507 Mason 

Barnes John M., spinner S. F. Pioneer Woolen Fac- 
tory, r. 17 Russell 

Barnes John P., horseshoer, r. 611 Nineteenth 

Barnes John W. (Barnes & Co.) r. 1329 Sansome 

Barnes L. G., r. 503 Kearny 

Barnes Liizerne B., helper Western Iron Works, r. 1 
Sheridan 

Barnes Michael, collector Green St. Wharf, r. Oakland 

Barnes Monroe, engineer Golden Gate Flouring Mills, 
r. 1905 O'Farrell 

Barnes R. Lea, bookkeeper Bank of British Colum- 
bia, r. Oakland 

Barnes Robert A., gripman, r. 714 Devisadero 

Barnes Robert E., manager Nevada and Cal. Lumber 
Go's Box Factory, 221-231 Berry, r. 310 Hyde 

Barnes Robert L. C, mail clerk Bulletin, r. 1023 
Stockton 

Barnes S. G. Mrs., r. 503 Kearny 

Barnes Thomas A., r. 823 Bush 

Barnes Thomas J., stairbuilder John R. Drew, r. 1223 
Twenty.fifth 

Barne-sW. H. I.., attorney at law, 426 California, 
room 7. r. 821 Sutter 

Barnes Willard F., boxmaker Nevada and Cal. Lum- 
ber Co., r. 773 Harrison 

Barnes William, clerk Edward H. Barnes, r. 434 Bran- 
nan 



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Assets, - - $37,589,927 6f 
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Tlio highest comfort and 
frrcatest ccoiKMiiy scciirrd by tlii.'lr u.si'. (iponsand closes 
with licddhiK nnii pillows nil In i)laio. ttladr in thirty styles, 
plain, ornunicutal and elabonitc, from ^'M up. 

H. H. CROSS, 16-18 Second St. 

Barnes William B., loom fixer, r. W s Larkin bet 
North Point and Beach 

Barnes William H., editor Call, r. 32 Octavia 

Barnes William M. Mrs., r 1924 Ellis 

Barnes William P., capitalist, r. 918 Post 

Barnes William T., trunkmaker, r. 2043 Howard 

Barnes William W., machinist, r. 1329 Sansome 

Barnes William W., whitener, r. 119 Nineteenth 

Barnes & Co. (John W. Barnes) groceries, 1329 San- 
some 

Barnett A. B., r. Silver State House 

Barnett .Absalom J., draftsman W. P. Moore, r. 2116 
Howard 

Barnett Benjamin, butcher, r. 518 Filbert 

Barnett E. Miss, dressmaker, 14 Dupont, room 43 

Barnett Fred., seaman, r. 110 Trenton 

Barnett Gadson P., clerk Trans-Continental Assn., r. 
614 O'Farrell 

Barnett George A., superintendent Jersey Farm 
Milk Depot, r. 835 Howard 

Barnett Harry J., salesman Jersey Farm Milk Depot, 
r. 350 Tehama 

Barnett Henry F., fruitdealer, r. 1120 Harrison 

Barnett John J., ironworker Western Iron Works, r. 
54 Third 

Barnett Joseph (Barnett, Marks & Co.) r. 20 Turk 

Barnett Louis, porter, r. 518 Filbert 

Barnett Marks, merchant, r. 409 Octavia 

Barnett, Marks & Co. (Joseph Barnett, Mannheim 
Marks and Samuel Kalisky) crockery, china, 
glassware, etc., 199 Stevenson 

Barnett Samuel, peddler, r. 1003 Bryant 

Barnett Samuel, apprentice Buckingham & Hecht, r. 
546 Howard 

Barnett William A., typedresser Palmer & Rey, r. 717 
Bnsh 

Barnett William J., salesman Fratingerfe Co., r.l Fifth 

Barnett William T., clerk Pillsbury & Blending, r. 
Berkeley 

Barnett W. T., commercial traveler, r. 120 Jones 

Barney Alfred S., Chief Deputy U. S. Shipping 
Commissioner, 603 Front, r. 1405 Steiner 

Barney Annie E., with Sylvester M. Williams, r. San 
Mateo 

Barney Aurelius, cashier, r. 1004 Market 

Barney Beniamin A., president Silver King 
Mining Co. ,'328 Montgomery, room 19, r. 817 Van 
Ness Av 

Barney Benjamin M., canvasser Wheeler & Wilson 
Mnfg Co., r. 1029 Post 

Barney Bette, widow, r. 516 Filbert 

Barney B. GrrlfHn, deputy U. S. Shipping Com- 
missioner, office P. M. SS Co's Wharf, r. San Mateo 

Barney Charles W., salesman J. C. Meusdorflfer & Son 

Barney James, tailor, r. 759}^ Howard 

Barney John W., clerk, r. 305 Fell 

Barney Morris, laborer, r. 2733 Pine 

Barney Morvaldin, miner, r. 14 Ellis 

Barney Thomas R. , capitalist, office 40-41 Ne- 
vada Block, r. 607 McAllister 

Barney T. V. Jlrs., widow, r. 607 McAllister 

Barney V. A. Mrs., r. 302 O'Farrell 

Barney William, hatter, r. 120 3^ Turk 

Barnhart Charles, r. 1336 Folsom 

Barnhart Christian, laborer, r. 13 White PI 

Barnhart George W., clerk A. L. Bancroft & Co., r. 
515}^ Bush 

Barnhart S. J. Mrs., r. 7 Jasper PI 

Baruhisel Epemetus R., paper carrier, r. 1634 West 
Mission 

Barnicourt A. F. Mrs., r. 1203 Market 

Barnstead Thomas D., Sergeant police, r. 9 Baiisch 

Barnum Ada Miss, teacher music, r. 304 Twenty-first 

Barnum Howard, laborer Woodward's Gardens, r. 
1644 J^ Mission 

Barnum John A., carpenter John Hammond, r. 6 Hag- 
gin 

Barnum John G., collector, r. 304 Twenty.first 



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All Sizes aiitl Numbers. 

309, 311, 313, 315 and 317 MARKET STREET. 

Barmim John T., photographer, r. 1028 Market 

Barnum Thomas L., compositor Baird & Henderson, 
r. 3i6 Eighteenth 

Barnwell Gilbert T., clerk, r. N s Twenty-sixth, bet 
San Jose Av and Guerrero 

Barnwell Thomas F., machinist, r. 207 Main 

Baroguere James, waiter, r. 821 Kearny 

Baron Albert, bookkeeper, r. 521 Stevenson 

Baron Benjamin, barber, r. 3 Everett 

Baron Edward, bookkeeper J. JuUien & Co., r. Ala- 
meda 

Baron Isadore, general merchandise, r.419 Fell 

18^ Baron. See Barron 

Baronciaui Fortunato, fisherman, r. 894 Front 

Baroni Peter, laborer, r. 21 Vandewater 

BAEOKIDIS. GEORGE M. 

pliysician, specialist eye and eax-, 354 
Ellis, r. West. Berkeley 

Baronio A., fruits and vegetables, 1436 California 

Barr Andrew, laborer S. F. Gas Light Co. 

Barr Charles, r. 325J^ Geary 

Barr Constane, r. 324 Seventh 

Barr Daniel, carpenter, r. 626 Brannan 

Barr Daniel, clerk, r. 328 Oak 

Barr Frank, millhand Deming, Palmer Milling Co., 

r. 1334 Dupont 
Barr Hannah, widow, r. 328 Oak 
Barr Jolin, superintendent Potrero Station S. F. 

Gas Light Co., r. W s Louisiana, bet Sierra and 

Humboldt 
Barr John D. , manufacturer umbrellas and para- 
sols, 323 Bush, r. 1214 Mason 
Barr John G., porter Murphy, Grant & Co., r. 8 

Averill .A.v 
Barr Mary E. Miss, waitress, r. 1001 Clay 
Barr Stewart A., clerk John D. Barr, r. 1214 Mason 
Barr William, machinist S P. RR., r. 29 Glen Park Av 
Barr William H., master mariner, r. 1011 Union 
fiS" Barr. See Bahr, Bar and Barre 
Barra Antonia, cook, r. 1-5 Auburn 
Barra Ezekiel I., liquor saloon, NW cor First and 

Minna, r. 4 Minna 
Barra's Hall, E. I. Barra proptr, NW cor First and 

Minna 
Barradale Alexander, engineer Selby Smelting and 

Lead Co., r. 655 Howard 
fi^" Barradale. See Borrodaile 
Barradas James C, barber, r. 22 Welch 
Barragat Peter, shoemaker, 103 Seventh 
Barraillac Adolph C, salesman Davis Bros., r. 620 

Jessie 
Barraillac Alice Mrs., r. 620 Jessie 
Barraque Jean, French Ben. Soc. 
Barras Hyram, butcher, 923 Larkin 
Barratt John, baker, r. 318 Valley 
Barraud Auguste, compositor Francfort, Labadie & 

Co., r. 1013 Stockton 
Barraza Ascencion C, laborer Eureka Foundry, r. 416 

Natoma 
Barraza Frank M., clerk E.Pfankuchen, r. 416 Natoma 
Barraza Trepochis, widow, r. 410 Natoma 
Barre August, liquor saloon, NE cor Ldmbard and 

Octavia 
Barreda Christine, widow, r. 1014 California 
Barreda Frederick F., clerk, r. 1614 California 
Barreda Matilda, widow, r. 1614 California 
Barrel! Michael, laborer, r. 804 Third 
Barrenger C. B., carpenter, r. 50 South Park 
Barrere Jean, French Ben. Soc. 
Barrett Alfred, jeweler, r. 236 Seventh 
Barrett Alfred J., clerk, r. 236 Seventh 
Barrett Caroline F. Mrs., lodgings. 302 Fourth 
Barrett Charles, laborer, r. 12 Broadway 
Barrett Charles L., clerk S. F. Gas Light f'o., r. Sau- 

celito 
Barrett Cornelius, laborpr, r. 431 Shipley 
Barrett D., actor, r. 753 Howard 



Barrett David E., laborer, r. 3010 Sixteenth 

Barrett Edward, laborer, r. 908 Sansome 

Barrett Edward, laborer, r. 609 Minna 

Barrett Edward, laborer, r. Rockaway House, Ocean 

Beach 
Barrett Edward, painter, r. 244 Stevenson 
Barrett Edward, shoemaker, r. 319 Tehama 
Barrett Edward, seaman, r. 516 Folsom 
Barrett Edward F., clerk, r. 219 Sixteenth 
Barrett Edward J., bartender, 23 Ellis 
Barrett Ellen, widow, r. 813 Stockton 
Barrett F. Mrs., domestic, 1320 Golden Gate Av 
Barrett Francis A., carpenter, r. S s Sumatra, bet 

Monongahela and Savannah 
Barrett Frank M., clerk Turner, Kennedy & ShatF, r, 

1743)^ Mission 
Barrett George, hostler, r. 421 Bush 
Barrett George, teamster, r. 72 Natoma 
Barrett George, teamster Dodd & Dee, r. 227 Second 
Barrett George E., jeweler, r. 236 Seventh 
Barrett George Mrs., r. 1810 Bush 
Barrett George T., fur trader, r. 308 Kearny 
Barrett Hannah, widow, r. W s Kansas, bet Nevada 

and Humboldt 
Barrett Hannah Miss, seamstress, r. 138 Clara, rear 
Barrett Hannah, widow, r. 517 Stevenson 
Barrett Harry J., upholsterer, r. 23'6 Seventh 
Barrett Heurich, saloonkeeijer, r. 528 Valencia 
Barrett James, laborer, r. 23 Cook, nr Geary 
Barrett James, longshoreman, r. 608 Jj Fourth 
Barrett James, painter, r. 112 Langton 
Barrett James, teamster, r. 413 Natoma 
Barrett James R., cabinetmaker, r. 236 Seventh 
Barrett John, carpenter, r. 219 Twelfth 
Barrett John, laborer King St. Warehouse, r. 16 

Bluxome 
Barrett John, student Heald's Business College, r. 28 

Valencia 
Barrett John, tinsmith, r. 112 Langton 
Barrett .Tohn D. (Johnson & Higgins) r. New York 
Barrett John J., baker, r. 318 Valley 
Barrett John M., editor Examiner, r. 230 Turk 
Barrett John T., longshoreman, r. 608)^ Fourth 
Barrett Joseph, machinist Market St. RR., r. 112 

Langton 
Barrett Joseph G., salesman Feigenbaum & Co., r 516 

Folsom 
Barrett Louis, fireman, r. 621 Sansome, room 8 
Barrett M. A. Mrs., bakery and confectionery, 1209 

Devisadero 
Barrett Maggie G. Miss, stenographer, r. 409 Ellis J 
Barrett Mary F., widow, r. 263 Clara 
Barrett Maurice, teamster, and extraman Engine No., 

13, S. F. F. D., r. 1430 Valencia j 

Barrett Maurice J., teamster A. B. Patrick, r.WsKan-1 

sas, bet Nevada and Humboldt j 

Barrett Michael, boilermaker Union Iron Works, r.l 

E s Michigan, bet Sierra and Napa 
Barrett Michael, laborer, r. 15 Minna S 

Barrett Michael, laborer SpringValley W. W.. r. 6205^' 

Natoma 
Barrett Michael, teamster, r. .30 Hunt 
Barrett Michael, calker, r. 24 Masonic Av 
Barrett Mora M., machinist, r. 1000 Pine 
Barrett Patrick, gardener, r. 2921 Mission 
Barrett Patrick, laborer, r. 411 Sansome ,j 

Barrett Patrick, watchman stmr Transit, r. 1209 De»J 

visadero 
Barrett Patrick E., laborer 8. F. and Pac. Glass Works, 

r. 235 }i Perry , 

Barrett Patrick F., laborer N. W. Cole. r. 302 Fourth?! 
Barrett Patrick V., salesman Philip Kennedv i^ Co., r, 

4122 Fell 
Barrett Richard, framemaker S. & G. Gump, r. 2021 

Mission ^j 

Barrett Robert, soap peddler, r. 122 Gilbert J] 

Barrett Thomas, helper Western Iron Works, r. 84W_ 

Harrison i 



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Barrett Thomas, miller CaledoniAu Mills, r. 118 Tenth 
Barrett Thomas Jr., helper Western Iron Works, r. 

8-JO Harrison 

Barrett Thomas F., bricklayer Bacon, Holyoke & Hil- 
ton 

Barrett Thomas F., •waiter, r. 28 Everett 
Barrett Timothy J., teamster George Morrow & Co., 

r. 739 Howard 
Barrett William, glovemaker, r. 516 Folsom 
Barrett William, laborer, r. 261 First 
Barrett William, laborer, r. 908 Sansome 
Barrett William, laborer, r. Laurel Av, nr Franklin 
Barrett William, messenger, r. 236 Seventh 
Barrett William, teamster, r. 36 Clay 
Barrett AVilliain G., secretary and treasurer S. 

F. Gas Light Co., r. 1000 Pine 
Barrett William H., carpenter, r. 639 Twenty-third 
Barrett William J., teamster S. F. and Pac. Glass 
Works, r. 37 Gilbert 

BARRETT & SHERWOOD 

(William J. Slierwood) im|j<»rters uiid 
uiniiiifucturers ^vatclies, diaiuoiids, 
je^vt-lry, etc., 140 Moiita'onmry 

Barretta James, longshoreman, r. 608 !< Fourth 

Barria John, wafjonmuker. r. S s Teuerifl'e, bet Sus- 
quehanna and Railroad Av 

Barrie Alexander C, clerk Trans-Continental Assn, r. 
811 Shotwell 

Barrie Charles, laborer, r. N s Greenwich, bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 

Barrie Charles J., teamster, r. 127 Clara 

Barrie David H., conductor Cal. St. RR., r. 1418 Hyde 

Barrie Peter, cook, r. b25 Clay 

Barringer Benjamin, r. 634 Vallejo 

Barringer C. P., r. 120 Sixth 

Barring'ton Charles Ii. , druggist, 523 Montgom- 
ery Av, r. 109 Van Ness Av 

Barrington George, laborer, r. NE cor Filbert and 
Buchanan 

Barrington George F., warehouse bookkeeper Custom 
House, r. Oakland 

Barrington John, clerk TJ. S. Railway Mail Service, r. 
Sauta Rosa, Cal. 

Barro George, liquor saloon, 9 Vallejo, r. 724 
Front 

Barroilhet Henry, manager Belloc & Co., and 
president French Benevolent Society, office 524 
Montgomery, r. San Mateo 

Barron Arthur W., asst superintendent Market St. RR. 
r. 1186Haight 

Barron August, compositor, r. 1013 Stockton 

Barron Connell, laborer, y. W s Michigan, bet Sierra 
and Shasta 

Barron Cornelius J., painter, 815 Market 

Barron Edward, capitalist, office 121 Post, r. Mayfield 

Barron George, foreman U. S. Printing Office, Presi- 
dio, r. 1525 Post 

Barron George E., office S. P. C. BR., r. Mayfield 

Barron Henry, painter, r. 925 Powell 

Barron Henry J., bookkeeper Hausman,Kufeke & Co., 
r. 1208 Clay 

Barron James, captain stmr Hope 

Barron John (Dupuy & Co.) r. 630 Broadway 

Barron John C, H.. upholsterer Joseph Fredericks & 
Co., r. 2319 Mission 

Barron John M., clerk S. F. Xews Co., r. 815 Market 

Barron Joseph C., barber, r. 444}^ Xatoma 

Barron Laura, widow, r. 2109 Stockton 

Barron Michael C, carpenter, r. 2319 Mission 

Barron Richard, engineer stmr Mount Eden 

Barron Richard E., captain stmr Mount Eden 

Barron William, carpenter, r. 1110 Clay 

Barron William R., carpenter, r. 934!^ Harrison 

1^ Barron. See Baron 

Barrow David, seaman, r. 551 First 

Barrows Albert W., clerk J. M. Buffington, r. 109 
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Barrows Annie W. Miss, teacher South San Francisco 

Grammar School, r. 109 Silver 
Barrows Charles D., pastor First Congregational 

Church, r. 1312 Taylor 
Barrows Edward C. (Palmer & Barrows) r. 2526 Sutter 
Barrows John, salesman, r. 787 Stevenson 
Barrows Laura M. Miss, teacher Turk St. Primary 

School, r. 2526 Sutter 
Barrows Lucy, widow, r. 109 Silver 
Barrows Robert, agent Cal. Cracker Co., r. 2523 Pine 
Barrows Stejihen S., contractor and builder, 231 Du- 

pont. r. 1510 Folsom 
Barrows William H. (Barrows & Dare) r. 808 Guerrero 
Barrows & Dare (W. H. Barrows and John T. Dare) 

attorneys-at-law, 204 Phelan Bldg 
t^" Barrows. See Burrows. 
Barrs J. A. Miss, dressmaker, r. 120 Post 
Barry A., quartermaster Oceanic SS. Alameda 
Barry Aaron J., boxmaker Hobbs, Wall & Oo.,r. 14 

BourbinPl 
Barry Ada B. Mrs., r. 1111 Broadway 
Barry Agnes P. Miss, governess, r. 1915 Polk 
Barry Alfred, mariner, r. 20 Clementina 
Barry Alice, shoefitter, r. 1610 Dolores 
Barry Alice W. Miss, superintendent Decorative Art 

Soc. of California, r. 1915 Polk 
Barry Annie, r. 112 Fourth 
Barry Annie M. Miss, r. 609 Post 
Barry Augustus W., machinist, r. 7 Bonita 
Barry Bartholomew, clerk, r. 360 Clementina 
Barry Bridget, widow, r. 361 Clementina 
Barry Brothers (James W. and John M.) expressmen, 

NW cor Third and Howard 
Barry C, salesman D. Samuelg, r. 128 Turk 
Barry Catherine, widow, r. 610 Guerrero 
Barry Charles (Sydon & Barrj-) r. Greenwich, bet 

Sansome and Montgomery 
Barry Charles, driver, r. 20 Glasgow 
Barry Charles E. (Barry & Evans) r. Oakland 
Barry Charles E., starch er. r. 28 Glen Park Av 
Barry Charles L., ship's clerk, r. 922 Battery 
Barry D., teamster, r. 13 Varennes 
Barry Daniel, brakeman, r. 904 Kearny 
Barry David, butcher, r. 18 Berkeley Av 
Bairy David, carriage painter Larkins & Co., r. Oak- 
land 
Barry David, cigar mnfr, 1245 Folsom, r. 303 Ninth 
Barry David, laborer Commercial Soap Co. 
Barry David, peddler, r. 4 Rlncon Court 
Barry David, wines and liquors, SE cor Ninth and 

Folsom, r. 303 Ninth 
Barry David Jr., sailmaker, r. 18 Berkeley Av 
Barry Dennis, porter F. Foley & Co., r. 778 Harrison 
Barry Donald, r. 613 Nineteenth 
Barry Edward, laborer, r. 6 Freelon 
Barry Edward, laborer, r. 25 Anthony 
Barry Edward, milkranch, San Bruno Road, nr Cort- 
land Av 
Barry Edward, soapmaker Michael Clark, r. W s Utah, 

bet Center and Santa Clara 
Barry Edward L., clerk, r. 210 Montgomery Av 
Barry Eliza, widow, r. 1915 Polk , 
Barry Ellen, widow, r. 710 Howard 
Barry Ellen E. Miss, dressmaker Mrs. Annie Been, r. 

W s Utah, bet Center and Santa Clara 
Barry Eugene, groceries, 20 Hunt 
Barry Frank W., clerk Redington & Co., r. 211 Taylor 
Barry Frederick, r. 805 Bush 
Barry Frederick T., railroad agent, r. 17 Guerrero 
Barry G. W., planer, r. 126 Fifth 
Barry George W. Mrs., r. 1411 Buchanan 
Barry James, r. 14 Bourbin PI 
Barry James (Callan & Barry) r. 1336 Natoma 
Barry James, bricklayer, r. 522 Shotwell 
Barry James, coalpasser stmr George W. Elder 
Barry James, engineer, r. 213 Fifteenth 
Barry James, expressman, r. 3 Maria 
Barry James, horseshoer, 567 Mission, r. 211 Taylor 




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ALL, SIZES. 
309, 311, 313, 315 and 317 MARKET STKEET 

Barry James, house painter, r. 706 3^ Bush 

Barry James, laborer, r. 312 Minna 

Barry James, laborer, r. 909 Folsom 

Barry James, machine operator Earle & Co., r. 361 

Clementina 
Barry James, machinehand S. F. Pioneer Woolen 

Factory, r. 8 Glover 
Barry James, plasterer, r. 1703 Stockton 
Barry James, student, r. E s Fillmore, bet Herman 

and Ridley 
Barry James, student Heald's Business College, r. 144 

Ellis 
Barry James, tailor, 759 J^ Howard 
Barry James F., peddler, r. 1610 Dolores 
Barry James H., clerk D. M. Morau & Co., 
Barry James H., publisher Weekly Star, 

mento, r. 346 Eighteenth 
Barry James J., janitor Supreme Court, r. 10 Grove 
Barry James W. (Barry Bros.) r. SE cor Falkland and 

Railroad Av 
Barry Jeremiah, cigarmaker, r. 303 Ninth 
Barry Jeremiah, groceries and liquors, NW cor Twen- 
ty-eighth and Dolores 
Barry John, blacksmith, r. 623 Fulton 
Bariy John, boilermaker, r. 769 Bryant 
Barry John, coachman, r. 325 Folsom 
Barry John, compositor, r. 46 Ritch 
Barry John, foreman City Cab and Carriage Co., r. 11 

Carlos PI 
Barry John, extraman Engine No. 14, 8. F. F. D., r. 

1017 McAllister 
Barry John, laborer King St.Warehouse, r. 124 Gilbert 
Barry John, laborer, r. 1 Welsh 
Barry John, laborer, r. 26 Natoma 
Barry John, laborer, r. 220 Pacific 
Barry John, laborer, r. 2523 Sacramento 
Barry John, laborer P. M. SS. Co's Wharf 
Barrv John, operator Neville & Co., r. 8 Glover 
Barry John, porter The Famous Crockery and Fancy 

Goods Co., r. 360 Clementina 
Barry John, shoemaker, r. 361 Clementina 
Barry John, shoemaker Buckingham & Hecht, r. 7 

Church Lane 
Barry John, stockherder, r. H and Stanyan 
Barry John, truckman, r. 1006 J< Natoma 
Barry John D., bookkeeper, r. 325 Minna 
Barry John H., delivery clerk Western Union Tel, Co., 

r. 849 Howard 
Barry John J., calker, r. 21 Rausch 
Barry John J., molder, r. 2523 Sacramento 
Barry John M. (Barry Bros.) r. cor Sixteenth and 

Railroad Av 
Barry John T., teamster, r. 623 Fulton 
Barry John W., clerk, r. 305 Fell 
Barry Joseph, barber, 1510 Stockton 
Barry Joseph, collector Kohler & Chase, r. 10 Grove 
Barry Joseph P.. woolsorter, r. 2523 Sacramento 
Barry Joseph R., currier, r. Tennessee, bet Solano 

and Mariposa 
Barry Julia, widow, r. 13 Varennes 
Barry M. Mrs., r. 10 South Park 
Barry Margaret, domestic, 2610 Pacific Av 
Barry Margaret, widow, r. 8 Glover 
Barry Margaret Miss, dressmaker, r. 305 Mason 
Barry Martin, tailor, r. 1936 Bush 
Barry Mary, r. 10 Grove 
Barry Mary, widow, r. 35 Valparaiso 
Barry Mary, widow, r. 1327 California 
Barry Mary Miss, teacher, r. 2523 Sacramento 
Barry Mary C. Miss, teacher Hayes Valley Grammar 

School, r. 211 Taylor 
Barry Mary E. Miss, teacher Noe and Temple St. 

Primary School, r. NW cor Twenty-sixth and Noe 
Barry Matthew, fruits and vegetables, SW cor Falk- 
land and Railroad Av 
Barry Maurice, laborer, r. 815 Jg Point Lobos Av 
Barry Maurice, laborer, r. 2733 Pine 
Barry Michael, expressman, r. 360 Clementina 



Barry Michael, foundryman, r. 39 J^ Powell Av 
Barry Michael, shoemaker Buckingham & Hecht, r. 

W s Old San Jose Road, nr Chenery 
Barry Michael, upholsterer, r. 151 Natoma 
Barry Michael H., selector Wangenheim, Sternheim & 

Co.. r. 8 Glover 
Barry Michael J., blacksmith J. Lowney & Son, r. W s 

Utah, bet Center and Santa Clara 
Barry Michael J., groceries, 656 Natoma 
Barry Michael J., machinist, r. 710 Howard 
Barry Owen, laborer, r. 623 Fulton 
Barry Patrick, boilermaker, and assistant foreman 

Engine No. 3, S. F. F. D., r. 1329 California 
Barry Patrick, cigarmaker, r. 303 Ninth 
Barry Patrick, groceries and liquors, 138 Fifth 
Barry Patrick, laborer, r. 1327 California 
Barry Patrick, laborer, r. 2815 California 
Barry Patrick, laborer, Risdon I. and L. Works, r. 140 

Freelon 
Barry Patrick, plumber, r. 38 Everett 
Barry Patrick, ticket clerk C. P. RR. Oakland Ferry, 

r. Oakland 
Barry Patrick, watchman Michelssen, Brown & Co., 

r. W s Utah, bet Center and Santa Clara 
Barry Patrick O., clerk Simpson & Millar, r. 1112 

Pacific 
Barry Patrick T., soapmaker Michael Clark, r. W s 

Utah, bet Center and Santa Clara 
Barry Peter, ship carpenter, r. NE cor Minnesota and 

Solano 
Barry Peter Mrs., branch bakery, NE cor Minnesota 

and Solano 
Barry Richard, laborer Diggins Bros., r. 2420 Sutter 
Barry Richard, laborer Weed & Kingwell, r. 260 Clara 
Barry Richard, mattressmaker Joseph M. Bonacini, 

r. 422 Clementina 
Barry Richard, sailmaker, r. 18 Berkeley Av 
Barry Richard J., tanner John Counihan & Son.r.W s 

Tennessee, bet Solano and Mariposa 
Barry Richard L., clerk, r. 21 Rausch 
Barry Robert, bookkeeper, r. 21 Prospect PI 
Barry Robert, engineer Cal. St. RR., r. 1509 California 
Barry Robert, tailor, r. 9 St. Marys 
Barry Robert F., ropemaker, r. 3009 Sixteenth 
Barry Robert V., machinist W. T. Garratt, r. 340 Fre- 
mont 
Barry Rosa, widow, cook New England Dining Room, 

r. cor Jessie and Second 
Barry Theresa, widow, r. 428 Js Linden Av 
Barry Thomas, r. 514 Howard 
Barry Thomas, hackman, r. 21 Rausch 
Barry Thomas, shoemaker, and extraman Engine No. 

7, S. F. F. D., r. Sixteentti, bet Guerrero and Va- 
lencia 
Barry Thomas F., attorney at law, 217 Sansome, rooms 

13-16, r. 929 Greenwich 
Barry Thomas F., liquor saloon, 309 Third, r. 119 

Silver, rear 
Barry T. T., manager Levi Strauss & Co , r. Alameda 
Barry William, cook, r. 21 Clara 
Barry William, currier, r. 424}^ Shotwell 
Barry William, engineer Levi Strauss & Co., r. 1629 

Washington 
Barry William, engineer Sutter St. RR.,r. 16 Cedar Av 
Barry William, ship carpenter, r. 21 Rausch 
Barry William, teamster, r. 13 Varennes 
Barry William, teamster, r. 315 Jessie 
Barry William, track foreman Omnibus RR., r. 640 

Jessie 
Barry William F., clerk, r. 1623 Washington 
Barry William F., foreman Baird & Henderson, r. 1235 

Union 
Barry William H., porter, r. 49 Natoma 
Barry William I., bookkeeper, r. 1806 Market 
Barry William J., horseshoer, r. 127 Second 
Barry William J., student, r. 514 Howard 
Barry William J., wharfinger Section 4, Sea Wall, r. 

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Barry William McO., naval architect, 318 Pine, room 

28-29, r. 609 Post 
Barry William T., laborer, r. 49 Natoma 
Barry <!b Kvans (Charles E. Barry and Wm. M 

Evans) searchers records, 415 Montgomery 
iKT'Barry. See Barrie 
Bars Christian, laborer, r. 7 Vandewater 
Barsaiite George, fruits, 233 Eighth 
Barsol Frank, bricklayer, r. 73 Water 
Barsotti Virgilio, coal dealer, r. 1521 Mason 
Barstow Alfred (Khodes & Carstow) attorney at law, 

430 California, r. Oakland 
BarKtov' Benjamin, ship carpenter Mlddlemas & 

Boole 
Barstow Emily, widow, r. 927 Pine 
BarstdW James, carpenter, r. 679 Mission 
Barstow Joseph N., clerk Trans-Continental Assn, r. 

408 Hyde 
Barstow William, r. 506 Battery 
Barstow William, blacksmith, r. 518 Howard 
Barsuglla Charles, fruit and produce, 1325 Stockton 
Bartel Henry, upholsterer, r. 1641 Howard 
Bartel Louis W., stenographer Pac. Iron Works, r. 1012 

Mission ] 

Bartel William C, r. 112 O'Farrell 
Bartell G., bai tender, r. 419 Folsom 
BartoUo Amelia Mrs., r. 536 Green 
Bartells Christian, conductor N. B. and M. ER., r. 335 

Fourth 
Battels Conrad A., carpenter, r. 1503 Mason 
Bartels Frederick, bartender, r. 25 Second 
Bartels George, printer, r. 1503 Mason 
Bartels Henry, harnessmaker, r. 1503 Mason 
Bartels Henry, liquor dealer. 2232 Union 
Bartels Henry, upholsterer W. A. Clark, r. 1641 How- 
ard 
Bartels Herman C, porter Dodge, Sweeney & Co., r. 

330 Minna 
Bartels John, baker, r. 1035 Market 
Bartels John, hostler Central RR., r. 1206 Laurel Av 
Bartels Max, musician, r. 626 California 
Bartels Nellie, widow, r. 1202 Valencia 
Bartels William R., teamster, r. 1503 Mason- 
Barten Louis, laundryman, r. 731 Sixteenth 
Barter Augusta B., r. 144 Eddy 
Barter Thomas, porter, r. 1119 Folsom 
Bartes Philip, butcher Philip Selbel, r. 735 O'Farrell 
Barth Alexander, carpenter, r. 236 Sixteenth 
Barth Charles, cigarmaker J. L. Fichthaler, r. Park 

Hotel 
Batth Charles, cornicemaker Conlin & Roberts, r. 715 

Clementina 
Barth Emil, teacher music, r. 1631 Geary 
Barth Herman, architect, r. 1631 Geary 
Barth Isidor, machinist, r. 514 Green 
Barth Jacob, salesman Buyer & Reich, r. 2129 Bush 
Barth John, cook J. Habergarten 
Barth Richard, engineer, r. 208 Golden Gate Av 
Barth Rudolph, watchmaker W. A. Hammond, r. 1631 

Geary 
Barth William, cornicemaker, r. 335}^ Shipley 
Barthe Francois, r. 320 Lombard 

Barthel Robert, liquors, 273-277 East, r. 419 Fol- 
som 
Barthel Theodore, salesman George Mueller, r. 815 

Mission 

Barthelemy Nicolas, shoemaker, r. 5 Adelaide PI 
Barthen Antonie Mrs., r. 12 Cedar Av 
Barthen Fanny Miss, teacher music, r. 12 Cedar Av 
Barthol Adam, teamster, r. 463 Minna 
Bartholan Weslev E. B., clerk general freight ofl&ce 

C. P. RR., r. 704 Pine 
Bartholdi Albert, barber, r. 645?i Natoma 
Bartholdi Frederick, shoemaker 103 Ninth, r. 6i5ii 

Natoma 
Bartholdi Otto, plumber, r. 645 U Natoma 



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Bartholdt Herman, driver S. F. Stock Brewery, r. 

2315 Mason 
Bartholdt Max. driver 8. F. Stock Brewery, r. 2206 

Mason 
Bartholome John, liquor saloon, 2213 Powell 
Bartholme Michael J., cabinetmaker, r. 419 Grove 
Barthrop Edward, salesman Richard W. Simpson, r. 

728 H Clementina 
Bartlne George, r. 2206 Fillmore 
Bartleson Edward A., laborer, r. 308 Minna 
Bartleson Martin, seaman, r. 12 Drumm 
Bartlett Albert J., teamster Farnsworth & Rnggles, r. 

212 Townsend 
Bartlett Backus L., adjuster Board of Trade of San 

Francisco, r. 1124 Pine 
Bartlett Columbus, attorney at law, 12 Mont- 
gomery, r. St. Charles nr the Bay, Alameda 
Bartlett Edward C, bookkeeper John Scott Wilson & 

Co.. r. 1418 Hyde 
Bartlett Edward E., clerk, r. 1G15 Baker 
Bartlett E. M. Miss, r. 22 Glen Park Av 
Bartlett Frank A., clerk John Scott Wilson & Co., r. 

1418 Hyde 
Bartlett Flora L. Mrs., widow, r. 330 Brannan 
Bartlett Gideon N., commission merchant, 20 Califor- 
nia, r. 723 Sutter 
Bartlett Harry E., agent, r. 1005}^ Mason 
Bartlett James H., carpenter, r. 3406 Sixteenth 
Bartlett James W., attorney at law, 418 California, r. 

1313 Howard 
Bartlett Joseph, r. Overland House 
Bartlett Joseph A., assistant manager Stadebaker 

Bros. Mnfg Co., 201-207 Market, r. NW cor Second 

and Folsom 
Bartlett Joseph J., brassfinisher W. T. Garratt, r. 410 

Broadway 
Bartlett Mary A. , widow, r. 2122 Pacific Av 
Bartlett May M. Miss, r. 1861 }4 Stevenson 
Bartlett Pliuy (Contra Costa Laundry